We all love to hear complements about our properties, but constructive criticism is much more valuable for those looking to improve their property and maximise its sale price.
In a bid to highlight your property’s best features, it’s important to look at each room in your home as objectively as possible.
Assess your property’s weak points and the areas that could be seen as potentially off-putting to buyers.
If you can’t find anything wrong with your property, you might need to find an impartial person who can offer you their honest opinion and help you figure out what needs changing.
When you own a home you’re more likely to be forgiving of any negative aspects and stop noticing little things that might stand out to a buyer, such as aging paintwork, overgrown gardens or out-dated fittings.
You need to find someone who is honest and prepared to point out these kinds of details and suggest any changes that could be made.
Be prepared to take this kind of feedback on board. It can be hard to listen to but it will benefit you in the long run, and ultimately it could help your home sell for more and in less amount of time.
A potential buyer is going to be critical of anything that doesn’t meet their standards. If there are issues with the property this may factor into any offers they put forward.
Talk to your local Professionals Real Estate Agent to get a professional assessment of your home and to find out what aspects of it might stand out to potential buyers.
An impartial and professional assessment of your home will help you workout what’s worth fixing, and what isn’t, and will help you sell your home for the best price possible.