Preparing your home for sale is like a form of art. It’s creating an illusion; an illusion designed to entice potential buyers and get the highest possible sale price. You’d be amazed what a difference the right prepping and home staging would make to a) how quickly your home will sell and b) the price you get. Stick around and we’ll walk you through how to beautify your home to a point where no one will be able to resist her. Your house will be the bricks and mortar version
In most situations, it is recommended to hire a professional photographer to best capture your home. However, you can still take perfectly good photos yourself. To do this, you will need a tripod and good lighting. You will also need to stage your house and to take photos at dawn if it is possible. Use a Tripod You will need a tripod to make sure pictures are level when taken. Your tripod should have a spirit level built into it, which is vital for taking a picture that isn’t
When you bought your dream home did you think about the future and how your needs would change? Perhaps plans changed? Well, if you now have a child on the way it may be time to start thinking about childproofing your home. According to the National SAFE KIDS Campaign 4.5million children are injured around the home. And although safe proofing is not an adequate replacement for adult supervision and care, kitting your house out with the latest childproofing gear won’t hurt.
What is Conveyancing? ‘Conveyancing’ is the term given to the legal process of transferring ownership of a property once an offer has been accepted. There are a number of different stages to this. o Firstly the draft contract and supporting documents should be looked at. Any errors or queries should then be raised with the seller’s solicitor. An important thing to take note of here is the tenure – is the property lease or freehold? And how long is left?
o The next step is to