When you are selling your house any potential buyers are looking for their own dream home. It is important that you don’t make any mistakes that could result in those buyers being put off. Here are ten common mistakes to avoid that could result in buyers offering either less than you want or, even worse, being put off completely.
If your house is a mess and you are going to start tidying it, the first question is where to start. One of the most common areas recommended to start in is the kitchen. Here we are going to start with a different room or area.
The original use for a garage is, of course, to store a car, but there are many other things it can be used for. These include being used as a home office, to store sports equipment, tools or garden furniture or equipment, as a home gym or it can be used as a workshop. Should the main use of the garage be for storage then it can be useful to add some shelves to help organise it and to store things on. Even if storage isn’t the intended main use, shelves can still be helpful, tidying the place up and making the use of the, possibly limited, space more efficient.
All too frequently and all too soon after getting a new carpet installed in your home, an accident happens and the carpet is stained. This tends to happen most often in frequently used areas with decorative carpets, such as living or family rooms. No matter how careful you are, it sometimes seems like a stain is inevitable. Most carpet stains are easy to remove, and you can either try and remove them yourself, or hire a professional carpet cleaner to do so. If you do decide to try yourself, always make sure to test an inconspicuous area of carpet first to ensure the method you’re trying won’t mark it.
A house’s garage has a tendency to become cluttered and disorganised, especially if it is only being used to store things, and not a car. The garage can be made better use of by organising it properly. Sorting out the garage can be troublesome, especially if junk has been accumulating in it for years, so once it is organised it is easier to keep on top of. Organising the garage will require everything in it to have a place, and for those things being stored there to be easily accessible, especially those items that are used regularly. Here is a five step process for organising the garage. Continue reading Organising your Garage
The next area to concentrate on in your house after your bathroom is the master bedroom. If the master bedroom is an untidy place and the items in it are not liked then it will not be the private retreat it should be.
Whether your home has a single large room and no living room, or has both a living room and a family room, organising, cleaning and tidying these room(s) is an important factor in making them a homey refuge for your family and sorting out and tidying your home in general.
When tidying and organising your home, whether in order to simply get on top of things, or in preparation for selling it, it’s advisable to take it one step – or room – at a time rather than attempting everywhere at once. Should your bathroom not be as tidy or as nice as you’d like, now is the time to rectify that.