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Category: Preparing for Sale

How to declutter like Marie Kondo

Marie Kondo and her KonMarie method of decluttering is taking the world by storm. With four books and a series on Netflix, she’s the queen of tidying up with her own tailored method of folding clothes and guidelines for decluttering every part of your home and life. But let’s face it, her level of detail…
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7 tips to feng-shui your home

Embracing the ancient Chinese spatial laws of feng shui is a leap of faith for those who don’t believe a home can have a money or relationship sector. Yet, the philosophy can contribute to making every room feel calm and happy. And if you are preparing your house for sale, the art of feng shui…
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10 ways to brighten your fence

Garden fences are a reality of life but that doesn’t mean they have to be an eyesore or boring. You can use to brighten your border with a variety of approaches. Conventional methods to hide an ugly fence, including bamboo screens, vinyl panels and fast-growing vines. Or, you can give your garden an additional splash…
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Why you need a signboard

A strong signboard has the potential to generate great interest in your property from the first day it goes on the market. It’s an essential part of your marketing campaign and you should work with your agent to produce the strongest possible image and messaging to lure buyers. Without a signboard, buyers will be confused.…
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Why succulents are sensational when preparing for sale

If you’re a low-maintenance gardener, then the resurgence in the popularity of succulents is sensational news. Succulents are a perfect solution for owners who are preparing their homes for sale with a minimum of fuss. They’re ideal for either an apartment balcony or a dedicated area of a garden, where colourful of varieties really pop…
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5 top tips to help you sell in Winter

There is no perfect time of the year to sell a property, so forget what you’ve been told about the need to have flowers blooming and bees buzzing in order to get the best price. Many people believe that spring is the most popular season for open houses but that doesn’t make it the best…
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How to de-clutter your home in 30 minutes

You don’t have to be Marie Kondo to keep your home free of clutter. Find 30 minutes every week and you’ll quickly get on top of the situation. Making de-cluttering a regular habit also has the psychological benefits of feeling lighter and less weighed down. It’s as easy as assessing the value of every item…
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Top trends for living rooms in 2019

Living room trends in 2019 are all about healthy living and wellbeing, with a focus on nature, family connection, and light and space to counter-balance our synthetic and digital world. While binge-watching Netflix and talking to Google may be our new favourite pastimes, we want to do it in spaces that make us feel happy,…
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Seven top tips for an Autumn sale

The property market’s most motivated buyers come out for autumn. The tyre-kickers who love the spring and summer selling seasons are gone by the time evenings become cooler and the leaves begin to turn. Autumn buyers have usually thought carefully about their future over the summer months, so they’re serious and focused but tend to…
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How to hold the perfect open house

Creating the perfect open house or open for inspection requires commitment, eye for detail and a willingness to put in the hard work. Short-cuts will only hurt the chances of finding a buyer and getting your desired price. There are a handful of little traps that are easily avoided but by falling into them you…
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