As your estate agent, it’s our job to strip away the potential for negative feedback about your home, leaving only positive vibes that buyers can’t resist. So this week’s blog has all you need to avoid the biggest viewing mistakes before anyone comes to visit.
Plans are often hatched around the beginning of the year, and as the weather warms up and nature bursts into bloom, those plans swing into action. Our journal this week is packed with tips for successful spring viewings to give your home the edge and find a buyer fast.
“As soon as I saw the photo, I knew it was the one!” Such is the power of photography, and as a potential buyer’s first introduction to your home, it can make or break a sale. Given how influential photos are, it’s surprising how many property listings have wonky, blurred or dark images – worse than […]
Show your home’s heart: instantly unlock the hidden extra value by shining a light on all the existing features.
When you get it right, it’s a surefire way to wow your buyers, from stunning photography online to a fantastic viewing experience.
If you’ve been waiting for life beyond cottagecore, farmhouse, Scandi and neutral tones, we’ve got some good news. This year is set for a return to decadence and bold statements through nostalgic glamour, luxurious finishes and vibrant colours.
Well, that was quite a week for the property market! Although it’s always a hot topic in the press, the amount of coverage last week was completely off the scale. However, as the dust begins to settle after the mini-budget, you might be wondering what it all means if you’re planning to sell your home, […]
The property market is a funny old world. One minute estate agents are running out of homes; the next, you’re told the market is running out of steam. What are you supposed to believe? According to Rightmove, prices are up year-on-year by 8.2% but down month-on-month by 1.3% (prices usually fall in August, and this […]
There are many positives to finding a buyer while your home is truly hot property, and we like to call them the FIVE Ps: price, photography, presentation, profile and passion. Here’s how to make the most of them.
Flattering pricing doesn’t get you moved, and the initial high can soon descend into anxiety, disappointment and irritation. So how can you tell if your home has been valued correctly or whether your move is being put at unnecessary risk?
While more availability does equal more competition, it spells good news for finding your next home (as long as you’re ready when it hits the market). So give yourself the upper hand in selling your home and finding your next one with this guide.