Staging a home involves styling—hiring an interior decorator, renting furniture—so that it would look its best when seen by buyers. If you’re thinking about staging your home but are still hesitant, here are some of its advantages that could convince you:
Having a garden is a great addition to a home, not just for for your personal enjoyment but also as a key selling point to potential buyers if you ever decide to sell. Curb appeal is also really important, so to make sure your garden looks fantastic, here’s several useful tips you can implement in for your property.
Outdoor spaces are as important as indoor spaces in a home! Not only do they promote a healthy lifestyle, with the right styling they can also make the home look more spacious and open, making it a more enjoyable place to live.
If you ever plan on selling your home, having a fantastic outdoor space is an extra selling point to buyers and will ultimately help you get the best price. Here are some tips that can help you style it fabulously:
Thinking of upsizing? Before you do, ask yourself why. Do you need more space and a larger block, or just a new home? Or is it simply location? It’s important to know why you want to upsize first, because if you like where you are and have everything you need, you might actually be better off staying. Here are a few more factors that can help you with the upsizing process.
Each property has different factors that affect how quickly they sell. In fact, there are cases where a property would come on the market on the same day a specific buyer is ready to go ahead and purchase a house. Whatever the situation, I’ve listed the most likely factors that determine how long it takes to sell - take a look.
Here in Queensland auctions haven’t been around as long and Queensland isn’t as much as auction orientated as the Southernist. Sometimes auctions are a hit and miss and owners are a bit skeptical or a bit nervous when they go to auction. Knowing whether you should auction or not is tricky so read on because I will be covering a couple of points and a couple of pros and cons and realistically, not a lot of agents out there, sell properties they auctioned.
In real estate, we basically call the prices what you pay. You may want to go for an agent that is cheaper or the commission is a lot less but you might want to consider that they might skip a few things when it comes to marketing. So they might be cheaper but the end result might not be what you are hoping for. Read on to know the difference between getting value versus the price you pay.