First impressions are what matters, so make your home look as appealing as possible. It should look light, attractive and welcoming. Be friendly and relaxed, even if you’re desperate to sell; do not be negative about the house, room sizes or area. Promote the location including local schools, transport links, recreational and shopping facilities. If you have made improvements to the property it is a good idea to have certificates and receipts available to show to prospective buyers. Also have utility bills available to show prospective buyers to give them an idea of running costs and if selling a leasehold property ensure you have all the management charges and lease information to hand.
Bathrooms, Cloakrooms and en-suites