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Must-do checklist for when you’re selling your home

Selling your home can be a stressful time but if you can avoid common mistakes, the process can be much faster and easier.

Overall, the presentation of your home makes a huge difference in the time that it takes for your home to sell. Does your home need painting? It is important to ensure that anything that may stop buyers from falling in love with your home, be attended to.

If you want your home to sell fast, it is important that your home is neat and tidy for potential buyers. Clear out any clutter and ensure that any surfaces be cleaned and dusted.

In addition, great images of the property can have a huge impact on the interest of your home and therefore how quickly it sells. Engaging a professional photographer is a great way to showcase your property at its absolute best.

Ensuring that all documentation on your property is up to date is a great way to ensure that your contract doesn’t collapse.  Many people find themselves with a contract that has fallen through because they don’t have up to date documentation on their property regarding certain certifications from the council and other relevant bodies.

The final way to make the selling of your home and easy as possible is being flexible on settlement dates. Some buyers may want to move in sooner, or some later. Being flexible on the settlement date could potentially be what you need to get a buyer over the line.

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