It can be hard to stand out in a busy property market and make a first impression that counts – and invites multiple offers.
But if a full-blown renovation is off the cards, there are some relatively easy and inexpensive ways you can add value and increase buyer demand, according to Brisbane-based interior designer, Keeley Green of Keeley Green Design.
“Buyers want to walk into a place that feels like home from the moment they do that first inspection,” Ms Green said.
“There are plenty of small and inexpensive changes owners can do which will transform their once tired property and make it an attractive proposition for even the most discerning buyer.”
Address obvious wear and tear
Cast a critical eye over your home and make a list of any obvious signs of wear and tear. Repainting the walls in a light, bright colour can immediately transform a space.
“Most buyers are focused on kitchens as they are the real heart of the home,” Ms Green said.