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Update 2020-01-10 22:40:28

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Keep reading to discover…
  • How to make your home sell faster
  • Detailed advice for every room in the house
  • Where to go for design inspiration and extra help
  • And a lot more…
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Table of Contents
  1. Outside

  2. Hallways

  3. Living Rooms

  4. Dining Rooms

  5. Bedrooms

  6. Kitchens

  7. Bathrooms

  8. Useful resources & further reading

  9. Related guides

Frequently Asked Questions
Should i replace my kitchen before selling?

This is only worth doing if your kitchen to unusable.

What do buyers want?

It's not rocket science, buyers want a tidy, well-ordered house, filled with light, space & storage.

What's the best month to sell my house?

If you want to sell quickly, March is the best month to come to market.


The 7 tips below show you how create (what our US cousins like to call) ‘kerb appeal’.

We simply call it ‘a good first impression’.

Tip #1 Make sure your front door looks it’s best!

A front door should be an impressive and strong object.

It should also be in mint condition, after all, buyers will come nose to nose with it.

Jobs to consider if needed:

  1. Repaint in a conservative colour (black, blue, white, red or green).
  2. Polish all knobs and knockers or replace if dated.
  3. Make sure your doorbell works and doesn’t look like it could give an electric shock.

Tip #2 Freshen-up the exterior!

If the exterior of your property is looking a little tired, these4 simple jobs will improve your chances of a quick property sale:

  1. Sand back and make good any peeled paintwork around window & door-frames.
  2. Wash down windows to remove pollution grim.
  3. Repaint the exterior (especially if it’s white).
  4. Replace any broken roof tiles.
  5. Scrub away any build-up of moss around drains (a sure sign to surveyors that there is a drainage problem to tell the buyer’s mortgage lender about).

Finally, make sure you can clearly see your house number from the street.

Tip #3 Tidy-up your garden

Basic maintenance is all that’s needed so consider:

  1. Mowing the lawn
  2. Clipping back and neatening any hedges
  3. Keeping the flowerbeds, driveways and paths weed free
  4. Removing any plants that have died
  5. Keeping your front garden clear of any dead leaves

Tip #4 Clear outdoor clutter

If you have a driveway, the only thing on show should be a clean car.

Anything else will just detract from the good impression your creating.

Remove from sight:

  • Children’s toys and bikes
  • Dustbins and other rubbish
  • Hose, tools, lawnmower etc.
  • Any projects you may be working on

Tip #5 Keep boundaries well maintained

  • Check and make sure that any fences, gates, railings or outside walls are in good repair.
  • They may seem like minor points but it will definitely be worth your while repainting, re-staining or replacing anything that looks a bit beaten-up.

Tip #6 Know which way your garden faces

  • Because they get the most sun, a south or southwest facing garden is a selling point.
  • When buyers ask, make sure you can tell them which way yours faces.

Tip #7 Know that usable outdoor space adds value!

Whether it’s a roof terrace, patio or full-blown garden, make the most of whatever you’ve got.

Creating a simple seating area is usually all it takes to show the potential for entertaining or relaxing outdoors.


  1. Buying table and chairs from the garden centre to demonstrate alfresco” dinning potential
  2. Leave out sun lounges if you’re selling in the summer
  3. Install bamboo screens, trellising or planting if the space lacks privacy from neighbours
  4. Using pot plants, window boxes and hanging baskets to make bare outdoor spaces more colourful and interesting
  5. Using gravel or small stones to make easy to maintain, good-looking ground cover.


Lots of buyers ‘drive-by’ property to check it’s worth their while booking a proper viewing appointment.

Don’t give them the chance to form the wrong 1st impression or worse (just drive away) keep the outside neat and tidy.


A well-presented hallway sets the tone of a house.

It’s where buyers form their first and last impression of

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