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You know your home looks good. You’ve chosen your estate agent, the photographer’s booked and you’re ready to launch.
But is there something missing….?
Let us help you transform your home from ‘market ready’ to ‘market ravishing’ with our home styling tips.
So, what is home styling?
Home styling is ‘fine-tuning’ your home so a buyer can imagine themselves living there.
Did you know that home styling can boost the number of viewings you get? The Home Staging Association reports styled homes are likely to sell three times faster than non-styled homes.
Our six (and a half) simple styling secrets guarantee to give your listing that ‘show home sparkle’.
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If you are considering switching estate agents, take a look at our latest guide – Switching estate agents: all you need to know to get it right.
When you chose your estate agent, you did so because you believed they could sell your home.
You felt so certain, you even put your name to it when you signed the contract.
However, months down the line, hopes of lots of viewers and competing offers from eager buyers, are starting to fade.
You find yourself wondering if the market has changed, or if your asking price was just too optimistic. Your estate agent seems to have lost confidence in their ability to sell your house for the price they recommended. “Would a new agent do a better job?” you ask yourself.
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If you have had your house on the market for some time without success, dropping your asking price may seem an inevitable, if unwanted, next step. Your estate agent will often suggest this move if they have run out of ideas, motivation and most importantly, confidence in your asking price.
But is dropping your asking price really the answer to selling your home more effectively?
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Someone once said that no reason to stay is a good reason to go.
But when it comes to the home where your eldest took their first steps, where you arrived as Miss and became a Mrs, the home where your most precious memories were made - reason can become blurred through the rose-tinted glasses of reminiscence.
Here, we examine the reasons why you may want to move, explore ways of making your home more suitable to your current needs and, finally, whether you should stay or if it’s time for you to go.