Function over form
Have a bigger picture in mind, and pay attention to the flow and connection between rooms. More and more people opt for working from home and they will want a dedicated work space. A home office fits their needs perfectly, which is not the case with those aged tables and spare kitchen chairs. So, it could be a good idea to visit a local shop to find the right office piece. I had no trouble getting what I wanted, considering a wide array of office furniture available in Sydney. Think multipurpose, and never lose sight of functionality when jazzing up the visuals.
Ready to sell to Home buyers
Finally, remember that sweeping problems beneath the carpet is not a good idea. While inexperienced buyers may overlook some issues, the home inspector will see right through your scheme. This would undermine your attempt to appear trustworthy and cast a shadow of doubt on the negotiations. Assume that the buyer will look into every little detail. Do not neglect a single room, even the small ones like kitchens and bathrooms. Repair minor flaws and focus on the essentials like heating, plumbing, electric installations. Everything should work like a charm and be ready to cut a dash.
It is not easy being green
Before you start tearing down the walls and staking the sale signs in the lawn, there is a lot of details to consider. If you want to increase the value of your home and boost the chances of handing the keys to the proud new owner, then you might have to do some renovation and redecorating. Keep your fingers on the pulse of the local market and get into the buyer’s needs and wants. Deliver finishing touches with decorative pieces and pull together a striking design. The real estate will look like a million dollars, and indeed bring you a lot of green.
Guest Author Chloe Taylor
Edited by M Hill