Do you think there is a buyer for every real estate and that unsaleable properties don’t exist? Actually, there are a few factors that can make the sale of your property very complicated. I am your guide through the real estate jungle, and I will advise you on how to prepare your apartment for sale or rent.
The longer we own a property, the more valuable it becomes for us and we get emotionally attached to it. But none of our fond memories add to its market value, so my advice number one is:
If you have decided to sell the property, do not look back. Pack your favourite photos and family items and start to prepare your house for sale.
Home staging is in these days… It has become a profession of its own and it’s said that it will guarantee you a successful sale. Yes, a few such miracles have definitely happened, but I still believe that an empty apartment always sells best. If your designer can't afford to furnish your apartment with exclusive furniture, which will be part of the deal, then it’s better to paint the apartment white and leave it unfurnished.
Speaking of colours, they have a huge impact on the sale of your property. I hope your property doesn't have: black, orange or green interiors.
Those are most difficult to sell.
Last but not least, accidents or bad smell also play an important role. It’s unnecessary and counterproductive to explain to the interested parties that the stain on the ceiling of your apartment was caused by your neighbour’s leaking dishwasher. Rather invest in repairs that will take care of the consequences.
Put your garden in order: a fallen tree or grass up to the waist won’t make potential buyers excited.
And don't forget to settle your relations with your neighbours, bad advertising will lower your market price. Besides, people never fail to ask about neighbours.
If you want to sell your property profitably, keep in mind: details really matter. I believe that if you keep these six factors in mind, you will succeed.