One of the biggest fears people have about downsizing, is that they will feel cramped in their new home. It’s therefore incredibly important to make sure
that if you are downsizing that the furniture and items you choose to take with you will fit into your new space comfortably and safely.
First impressions count when you are selling, so it’s important to invest a little bit of time and energy into ensuring your property is attractive as possible to potential buyers. (read more)
There comes a time in almost everyone’s life when their home no longer suits their needs. When it comes to getting older, the decision to move is often driven by specific needs – such as health issues or a desire to be closer to loved ones. Downsizing to smaller living, opens up an array of new opportunities to create a better lifestyle by simplifying your life and making managing your house easier. (read more)
Don’t let your garden sabotage the sale of your house. The first thing potential buyers see before they even set foot through your front door is your garden.
People will make up their mind whether they are interested in your property by the time they get to your front door.
- Why removing clutter and styling your home vital when selling your home (read more)