When it comes to adding value to your property, it’s very important to utilise what you already have. Costly additions may not bring you much of a return when you sell, so consider enhancing the space and features you already have.
A guide price is far more likely to be subject to negotiation and for some estate agents, it can be a way to encourage more people to come and view the house for themselves.
With the days growing longer and the weather showing signs of improving, landlords should take the time to carry out some maintenance work on their buy-to-let properties.
Whether you’re letting or selling, our professional photography will massively benefit your property listing. However before the photographer arrives, there are certain things that you can do to bring the best out of your home.
This article will provide you with all of the information you need to know about preparing your home for photography that will achieve the best price possible.
We already know that a small space can be a great space, but that doesn’t mean decorating your tiny bedroom (or guest room or loft) is easy. It’s tough to fit all the basics (a bed, a desk, a closet, a hamper, AHH!) into so little square-footage.
Look at your bedroom with new eyes, though, and you’ll notice a handful of hacks just begging to free up space.
Ever been round to someone’s house and thought they must have paid an interior designer to do it? Actually, they’ve probably just been privy to a few tricks of the trade. Here’s a few insider tips to give your home a dose of expert style.