1. Think about who your potential buyers would be
You should have a general idea of who is most likely to be your potential buyer and design the property in a way that would appeal to them. A property located near a primary school that has 3 or more bedrooms is likely to attract a family, therefore you should ensure you design at least one of the bedrooms in a way that would be suitable for a child.
2. Ensure the property is bright and airy
Potential homebuyers are always looking for properties that are bright and airy. Keeping this in mind you should open the curtains, raise the blinds and switch on all the lights. Lighting with warmer tones seem to be more appealing that cooler, bluer lighting.
3. Consistency is key
It is important that the property has a consistent design throughout. This means you should not have one room with a darker brown wooden floor. Instead, the flooring should be the same within every bedroom. This will make the property more spacious and improve the flow.
Furthermore, you should avoid wallpaper as it can disrupt the flow and consistency of the design in the house. It is recommended to paint the walls the same neutral tones.
4. Update Selectively
Make sure you do not overspend on modern furniture and upgrades. Inexpensive ways to update the property include buying new duvets and pillows and replacing old cabinets in the kitchen.
The information in this post is valid to the best of our knowledge on the date of posting. It is advised that you seek independent advice based on your individual circumstances.
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