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By Holly Sprott

Are you looking at marketing your property for sale? With the increased supply available, it’s important that you do what you can to make yours stand out! Here are a few tips for selling your home this season:


Remember how your mother always said “don’t judge a book by its cover”? When it comes to homes for sale, you can completely disregard that advice. Consumer Affairs Victoria affirms that first impressions count, meaning it’s likely that potential buyers will make up their minds about your property within the first 30 seconds – so it’s important that your kerb appeal is on point.

Remove any clutter that might inhabit the front yard, give the garden some love and consider adding a lick of paint to the exterior to add some life to your home.


Provided your kerb appeal was enticing enough, it’s likely you will now have people inside your home, trying to pinpoint any possible flaws, faults or defects.

Therefore, you should make the job a lot harder for them by finally sorting those minor repairs that you’ve been putting off. Did you know, according to Clean Up Australia, a leaky tap can waste more than 2,000 litres of water a year? Probably a good idea to fix it then!


As a buyer, viewing a home that still has various meaningful knick knacks (for you at least) like family photos, souvenirs and framed accolades can make it feel they’re intruding.

By ‘de-personalising’ your home, you will effectively be presenting it as a blank slate, allowing other people to envision setting their roots there.


This is where a real estate agent can come in handy, as they will be experienced in staging property for sale.

Essentially, this means you rent modern furniture, artwork and other accessories to ensure your home is painted in the best light, ideally helping to garner a better price.

If you really want to go the extra mile, Your Investment Property recommends creating a homely feel by having some relaxing music playing, flowers displayed, brewing some fragrant coffee and baking some homemade bread or cookies.


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