Coppenwall, have spent many years helping people make the most of their property before coming to the market. There are lots of little things you can do to improve the sale-ability of your property with a minimal investment of time and money.Continue reading Top 10 tips for selling your home
The nights are getting darker, the big coats are back out of storage, and everyone is talking pumpkin lattes.
Ranging from high temperatures in the summer, and freezing temperatures in the winter, our homes really taking a beating throughout the year from the weather.
So you’ve received a last minute viewing request on your home, and the panic has set in. The house just isn’t ready to view.
When buying a property, we strongly advise you to have a property survey carried out to protect your investment.
A new survey undertaken by a Japanese knotweed removal firm Environet, and undertaken by YouGov, highlights a nationwide lack of knowledge about this destructive plant.
There’s something about trees blossoming, flowers blooming, and warmer, sunnier days that brings out the best in people.Continue reading Top 10 features that will sell your home
Get creative with smaller gardens
Gardens are becoming an increasingly important part of a house sale. People are looking more for kerb appeal, and having a simple and impressive garden is the best way to sell your house quickly.
- Lick of paint
First impressions really count. A coat of paint on the walls can freshen up your home, without breaking the bank.
Gocompare.com have revealed the top 20 things putting people off from buying a property.
Damp is seen to be the biggest “no no” for potential purchasers, with 70% saying they wouldn’t buy a property with damp patches, and stained ceilings/walls, while 63% of people said they would avoid homes in a state of disrepair.