How to Make Your Home Stand Out in a Competitive Market this Summer

Published May 17 2024
2 minute read

In today’s fast paced property market where buyers are met with many options, make your home stand out to attract potential buyers and secure a successful sale this Summer. No matter your property, there are several strategies you can employ to make your property shine amidst the competition.

Here are some effective tips to help you elevate your home’s appeal and maximise its selling potential:

First Impressions Matter: The exterior of your home is the first thing your potential buyers will see. Ensure it is inviting and well maintained, consider cutting the grass, touching up with a coat of paint and ensure driveways and walkways are clean and well-kept.

Professional Photography: In today’s digital age, most buyers begin their search for their new home online. Our professional Photographers will ensure you have high-quality photographs, making a significant difference in how your home is perceived (professional images allow you to showcase your home and all of its potential!)

Upgrade Key Areas: While major renovation may not always be feasible, making small upgrades to key areas of your home can significantly increase its appeal. Focus on areas like the kitchen and bathrooms, where buyers tend to place a lot of importance. Simple upgrades like replacing outdated fixtures, updating cabinet hardware or adding a fresh coat of paint can make a big impact.

Create an Inviting Atmosphere: Consider lighting, playing background music during viewings and opening the windows to allow fresh air to create an inviting atmosphere that allows buyers to feel at home and envision themselves in the property.

By following these tips, you can increase the likelihood of making your home stand out this Summer and attract potential buyers who are eager to make it their own!

When selling your home with Pattison Lane we will guide you through the entire process to ensure your property has a seamless and successful sale. Contact your local branch here to find out more.