Styling to Sell Infographic - 8 Tips to Help You Sell For More
Real estate styling infographic to help you sell your home for more
8 Tips to Style Your Home to Sell for a Higher Price
The birds are out, the sun is shining and the for sale signs are popping up around the suburbs - that's right, it's the spring selling season. If you're looking at getting your home on the market and attracting buyers to your yard, there are several actions you can take to boost your chances of a quick and profitable sale. Our focus for your best result this spring is styling your home to sell, and we've got nearly everything you will need to get this done.
Our 2014 Styling Survey looked at the good that can come from gearing your home specifically for sale, and found that 98 per cent of real estate agents think taking this step will boost your home sale price by up to 10 per cent. On top of this, 92 per cent of agents think it will help your home sell faster, and 88 per cent think styling attracts more people to your property.
With these palpable benefits, how do you go about styling your home for a fantastic sale?
Clean, clear and cool
One of the most important things you can do is minimise clutter around the home. This doesn't just make the home look tidier, it provides more of a clean slate for potential buyers to imprint their own life upon. If a buyer can see themselves relaxing with the kids in your living room, it's a great sign - but they might find it harder to do with your own heirlooms and photos on full display.
First impressions first
Make the facade of your home beautiful with flowers, fresh paint or a pristine fence. Set the mood right from the moment people lay eyes on your home and it'll make the rest of the selling process much simpler.
A buyer won't be able to look past a spring styling done right - that's why we've prepared this handy infographic to help you style every area of the home. If your looking for more styling tips click here to get your FREE Darren Palmer styling DVD packed with room by room tips on styling the whole home.