Moving home, whether for the first or fifth time, can be a complicated process that can be a stressful thought, especially if you are unsure of how long your home will be on the market. However, with the right preparation, moving house doesn’t have to be so daunting.
We have compiled a list of four helpful tips, to help you have a quick and stress-free move:
- Get in the Right Mindset
Getting yourself in the right frame of mind will get the ball rolling when it comes to getting a quicker sale. Spending money to improve your home and not enjoying the benefits may seem pointless, but changes like new carpets, renovations, and other updates, will help to increase your property’s value.
- Sell at the Right Price
This may seem obvious, but ensuring your home is priced correctly is essential to achieving a faster sale. Although you want to maximise what you can get for your home, you don’t want to have to keep lowering the price, because it was initially set too high. This makes it look like there is something wrong with the property, which could result in a longer sale.
Our agents will provide you with the best, most accurate advice based on the current market and demand levels at the time, along with your free property valuation.
- Perfect Presentation
If you want to give your property the best chance of success on the market, it is important that it is prepared to perfection. You want your viewers to imagine themselves living in your home, which will be difficult if it is dark, dirty, or cluttered. To prepare your home for viewings, carry out a deep clean, remove any clutter, and make sure areas void of furniture are filled.
- Choose a Mortgage Provider
Choosing the best type of mortgage is one of the most important steps when moving. You’re likely to be paying back your mortgage over a long period of time, so finding one that meets your needs and budget is essential. Our mortgage tool can show you the rates and products you may be eligible for in just 60 seconds, and it won’t affect your credit score.
Contact our agents for expert advice on selling your home.