How To Sell Your House Quickly
At A Quick Sale we offer a rapid and guaranteed sale of your home. We can also help with tips to learn how to sell your house quickly. The key is to prepare your home just as you would if you were selling the traditional way through an estate agent. To increase its kerb appeal you should tidy up, get rid of clutter, keep the bathrooms and kitchen spotless, and neutralize any pet odour – see below for more information. Any buyer wanting to have a look around would expect a property in reasonably good condition. This will also help you get more cash when selling your house fast.
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Tips to sell your house quickly
1. Finish those DIY jobs
It's common for people who are selling their house not to bother with finishing off all those little
(or sometimes large!) DIY jobs. But these can be really off putting to a potential
buyer. Furthermore, if your buyer instructs a full survey or a Homebuyers Report
all these things will be noted and you may be asked to reduce your price accordingly.
2. Get rid of the clutter
No one wants to look at your pile of videos, tools, dirty washing, kid's toys, dog
bowls... No one expects your property to look like a show home but they will expect
you to have made an effort to show it to its full potential, especially if you are selling it for a top price
A buyer or tenant needs to imagine themselves in your property and they cannot do
this with your personal things around. It's especially important to pack your things
away if you have 'collections' or hobbies. This will also help you to 'mentally
prepare' for the move.
This cannot be stressed enough. Women will make the decision on purchasing a property
99 times out of 100. Even the bachelor will get his mum or his girlfriend to take
a look! Most women can spot dirt from a hundred paces - and to live with someone
else's dirt - YUK!
5. Kerb appeal
Most people will see your property for the first time 'driving by' and will not
waste their time viewing if it's not what they want from the outside.
If your property doesn't get them through the door you're wasting your time. Once
through the door, the majority of people recall getting that 'it felt right feeling'
when they enter a property. If your entrance is warm and welcoming they will get
6. Kitchens and Bathrooms
These places accumulate the most dirt and the most clutter. A tidy and a clean are
all that these rooms usually need. A new shower curtain and fresh towels will go
a long way as will ditching the curled up toothpaste tube and the sliver of soap!
7. Keep it neutral
If you do decide you can't get away with not decorating before selling, opt for
warm neutral colours; creams, peaches and beiges all work well for carpets and walls.
If you need to liven the place up, add some subtle co-ordination with accessories
that you can take with you, rather than big bold splashes of colour.
8. What's that room?
Make sure each room appears to be used as intended. If people are paying for a three
bedroom house they expect to see three bedrooms, not two bedrooms and a storage
room! If you use a bedroom as a study/laundry room/storage room then put in a sofa
bed you gain a comfortable place to sit and still give the appearance of a bedroom.
The same goes for conservatories.
9. Don't market an empty property
Just as you need to de-personalise so buyers can see themselves living in your property
you also need to ensure that you don't go the other way by leaving it empty. You
don't want them to have to work too hard at using their imagination as they just
If your property is empty, they may not be able to imagine how it could look furnished.
Rent or borrow some furniture so that the property looks more homely. And don't
skimp by not bothering with the accessories.
10. Use multiple estate agents
If you tie yourself into one agreement with an estate agent you could be prevented
from appointing another one for as long as 3-6 months! If they can't sell your property
this is the worst position to be in so advertise your property with multiple agencies;
at least 3.
The downside is you will often pay more fees as sole agencies will reduce their
fees knowing they don't have to compete with another agent. But you probably won't
mind paying a higher fee if the property is sold.
A Quick Sale
We will consider your property in any condition because we are not ordinary buyers.
We're not worried about your colour schemes or the DIY jobs that need finishing.
We just want to help you out of YOUR situation in any way we can
And don't forget we can offer a wide range of solutions to your problems, including
a purchase within 7 days if required, the option to rent it back, or even buy it
back at a later date. You won't know what we can do for you until you talk to us
so contact us now!
We were let down using an Estate Agent and looked for an alternative and quick way to achieve a sale. We were very dubious. How wrong could we be? Graham of A Quick Sale took great care to spell out all the options available to us. If he said he would ring, he did, and he put everything in writing so we could check it over in our own time. He never put pressure on us and was honest in his dealings with us. He is a person you can trust and I would recommend this way of selling to anyone who needs to sell in a hurry.
Nina Ward, Glamorgan