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Its important to make the right sort of home improvements when you come to sell your home.


Be careful not to make expensive changes to sell your home without checking with your Estate Agent and with an expert home staging professional.  


The key fundamentals to creating buyer appeal are different with each property depending on the market, its location and likely buyers.


Its not necessarily a  neutral and minimalist look which will sell your home. It may be about creating a lifestyle, dealing with repairs and making the house appealing to the majority of potential buyers for the property.  


Pleasing the would be buyers may mean leaving the old bathroom suite in and using the budget you have to see to repairs, re-decorate scuffed paintwork and add a few stylish accessories to create wow factor and buyer appeal. The expensive bathroom suite and tiling which you would have chosen may be the deal breaker because the buyer doesn't like it. However knowing it looks brand new they assume the property price will cover your cost of replacing it and they won't want to pay that only to rip the bathroom suite out and start again.  


If you are guessing at who might buy your property because it may attract a wide age range, couples or families, retired or professionals then donít make expensive choices that wont change easily.  


If you doubt your ability to assess the preferred design choice of your potential market then you would be wise to employ a professional to do this for you. Home Staging professionals specialise in assessing the latest design trends and psychological pull on the heartstrings and minds of potential buyers.  


Home Staging is not Interior Design or Interior Styling, which is altogether different. When I give a Styling Consultation its all about what the Home owner wants for themselves but may not know it yet. 


Home Staging Professionals across the UK can be found at the Home Staging Network which is an independent Home Staging and Interior Styling resource online at www.hsnwk.com  


Members of the Network sign up to the Home Staging Network's professional code of practice and confirm their public liability insurance.  


If a homeowner starts the job of improving the property to sell before they ask for specialist advice this may prove expensive. Tiles a homeowner has chosen for the kitchen may be expensive but may not appeal to the potential viewers and yet they will feel they are paying for these recent upgrades in the property price.


A Home Staging Consultant can help the homeowner to avoid expensive re-decorating by using staging techniques to create extra space and light within the room and add stylish lifestyle effects to complete wow factor on minimum budget.  


Top 10 tips to maximise the sales potential of your home:

  1. Consider getting professional advice

  2. Clear clutter and deal with repairs

  3. Ensure the front of house and entrance are appealing

  4. Create space and organise layout

  5. Maximise fresh air and fresh smells

  6. Improve wow factor with lifestyle accessories

  7. Add planting for a touch of nature

  8. Learn how to conduct viewings effectively

  9. Replace worn doormats and bath mat

  10. Replace used towels with new white towels for viewings

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