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Make Selling Your Home A Breeze – Some Simple Tips To Increase Interest

By Adrienne McTavish

Are you looking to sell your house? One of the main things sellers need to remember is to look at your house not as a home, but as an asset to be sold.

When looking for aspects of your house to emphasise, taking an impartial stance will allow you to see your home through the eyes of a potential buyer.

Highlight the key aspects and selling points of your home – you really want to sell your house as a potential investment to viewers rather than just another option in the real estate landscape.

For example, many buyers overlook properties because of simple detracting oversights by the seller.

Something as simple as a fresh coat of paint throughout the house and replacing old fixtures will do wonders for upping the attraction of your property and provide a reason for buyers to really take your home into consideration.

Freeing up space in the main living areas – such as the lounge, kitchen and dining room – will help the buyer imagine their own furniture in the rooms. Keeping clutter and personal effects to a minimum can help to facilitate a buyers imagination and, hopefully, their interest.

If you're looking to sell Bulimba real estate, get in contact with the agents at Ray White Bulimba. Their expert real estate advice will help you to achieve your property goals with ease.

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