Selling Advice

Leigh Stewart Property Agents can help you sell your home quickly for the best possible price.
 

First Impressions Are Lasting

It should be evident that the gardens and lawns are well presented. Toys, sporting equipment and garden tools should be stored away to enhance the appearance of your backyard and garden.
 

A Tidy Home Ensures An Open For Inspection Is ‘Welcoming’

Your home should be kept neat and tidy during the period of inspections.
 

Repairs Can Make A Big Difference

Make sure that all minor repairs are completed. Sticking doors and windows, faulty plumbing, peeling paint or faulty flywire may affect your sale price.
 

Let The Sun Shine In

It is imperative to let plenty of light into your home. On a dull day it is advisable to switch lights on prior to the arrival of prospective purchasers.
 

Make Them Comfortable

A warm, comfortably heated home on cold days adds a feeling of cosiness. On a hot day don’t forget to turn on the air conditioning or fan (or simply let the breeze flow through).
 

Three Is A Crowd

Avoid having too many people present during inspections. Our agents are familiar with and understand the buyer requirements and can therefore better emphasise the features of your home in line with buyer needs and priorities.
 

Music In The Air And Pets Underfoot

As a general rule, it is advisable to turn off the radio and television during an inspection. If you have pets, it is advisable to keep them out of the house. Let the our agent and potential buyer talk, free of disturbances.