Need to Save Money While Selling Your Home? Try These Tips

Many experts will tell you that you have to spend a bit of money to make some on a home sale. Unfortunately, that’s not always possible. Sometimes you just don’t have the extra funds to spend on upgrades and changes, but you still really want to sell your home for the best price. How can you make that happen? These tips can help.
Just Clean: One of the single most important things you can do before you sell your home gives it a solid cleaning. A dirty house isn’t going to sell as quickly as a clean one will, and while you’re cleaning, you’ll want to pay particular attention to all of the extras that have accumulated on the counter, your mantel, or even your shelves. If you can declutter, you’re going to realise you have quite a bit more space to show that you’d initially thought. Don’t overlook those spaces you often avoid like ceiling fans and baseboards. You want to scrub everything and ensure all of your stuff has a place in your home. Don’t forget to give the windows a solid scrubbing as well. It allows more light to flow through your home, which might prove attractive to buyers.
Do Some Rearranging: After you’ve cleaned, you may want to move a bit of furniture around. You can really open up space with a little imagination. Keep the furniture away from the walls, and make sure a potential buyer can move freely without running into a piece of furniture. It will help create an airy feel to your home. 
Tidy the Garden: Been putting off that weeding for a while? Tidy things up. Spend a weekend in the garden getting rid of anything that shouldn’t be growing in your space. Clean up the lawn furniture to help make it look attractive, and if you have children’s toys out there, make sure they’re as organised as possible.
You don’t have to renovate to sell your home? We can help you get the right price out of your property without extensive changes. To learn more, contact Doorsteps today!

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Akshay Ruparelia

Doorsteps CEO

We have listed over £1 billion worth of homes and taken 1% of the UK Market Share. This translates to over 7-8,000 properties marketed and customer savings of over £8million now, compared to if they used a high street agent. 

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