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3 tips for selling your home this spring

By James Brown

Are you looking to sell property in Burpengary this spring? You're certainly not alone, as figures from CoreLogic RP Data show that September saw the highest number of new listings since March.

In just the first 28 days of the month, there were 26,829 new dwellings on the market across Australia. That's a lot of property! This goes along with the common perception that the warmer months are the best time to sell your property.

However, with a larger selection of abodes for buyers to choose from, how do you ensure your one stands out? Here are a few tips for selling your home this spring.

1. Fix up the street appeal

There's that common saying "don't judge a book by its cover", which unfortunately is exactly what everyone does – especially home buyers. Improving your curb appeal can be as simple as removing the clutter from your front yard, mowing the lawns, trimming the hedges, washing the driveway and perhaps adding a lick of paint to your front door and fence.

2. Spring clean

The beautiful sunlight that spring brings is often a double-edged sword. While it can often present your home in the best light, it also has the ability to highlight any surfaces that are in need of a touch-up. Pull on your gloves and apply some elbow grease to get the place looking spick and span. It's also a good time to do those minor repairs you've been putting off, like the leaky tap for instance.

3. Move out

Moving out all your personal belongings before marketing your home can be a great idea. Not only will it make your abode look much tidier, but it will also present your home as a blank slate, making it easier for buyers to imagine their lives there. This isn't to mention that when it does come time for the often stressful move, half your packing will already be done!

If you would like to know more about how to sell property in Burpengary, get in touch with the team at Ray White.

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