1. You only get one first impression

Everyone’s idea of a well presented property will differ, but whatever you do, make sure you do your best. That first impression will divide crowds like nothing else. The difference between a clutter less, nicely smelling, light and bright home and the other end of spectrum can cost you tens of thousands.

2. Choose your method of sale wisely

Each and every property will have a method of sale which suits it best.

Methods that we see in our area commonly are:

  • Private treaty (normal sale with an asking price)
  • Auction
  • Expressions of interest
  • Price ranges

At Luke Williams Real Estate we are not opposed to any of the above methods but believe some will gather you a far better result than others. Make sure you consult your agent about the best method to suit your property.

3. Turn small spending’s into big profits

At the appraisal stage of selling your property there is a moment that can differentiate a good and great agent. There are always different things that vendors can improve on without spending a lot of money. The agent’s fresh pair of eyes and experience can help you increase your profit. There are certain areas that you can spend a lot of money on and not improve the value of your property and then there are others that cost very little but improve your value considerably. A great agent will point these out prior to your house entering the market.