Once you have decided to sell your property in Darwin, you really owe it to yourself and your family to try to achieve the best possible price you can. Today we present three simple but effective tips available to you in order to assist you in attaining your financial goals.
Improving The Outside Of Your Property
First impressions really do count, and when a potential buyer arrives at your property they will immediately take note of how the outside areas are maintained. It is a good idea to keep your lawn mown and flowers, trees and hedges trimmed. Additionally, giving your driveway a pressure wash clean can really help lift the overall tone of the outside of the property.
Improving The Outside Of Your Home
Next up is the exterior of your actual home. Everything from the steps to the rails to the front door are on display here, so make sure that there is no loose timber or cladding, as well as no cracked tiles or cement. You can even give your letterbox an overhaul if it is looking old and tired – it all counts and adds up.
Improving The Inside Of Your Home
Now is the time to make a close inspection of the inside of your home. Make sure that all surfaces are clean and in a good state of repair, and consider painting any rooms that are showing signs of age. It is also a good idea to test all of the lighting and electrical points in your home, as this is an area that serious buyers will likely investigate when deciding whether to make a purchase.
Take a step back and imagine you are the buyer – what are they looking for? If the home is a good fit for a buyer, they will start imagining themselves inside your home, so it’s a great idea to facilitate this with neutral colours, open spaces and light music playing during inspections.
If you would like more advice about how to prepare your home for sale so that you get the highest price in the Darwin market, get in contact with one of our experienced agents at Ray White Darwin. We have sold hundreds of homes just like yours and guarantee the highest price available, so that you can get happily moved and into your new home.