- KavitaMember@kavitaJoin Date: 2002Post Count: 45
I wanted to know whether it is worth putting in fancy light fixtures, timber venetians, netural carpets and paints.
Does it really affect the price a lot? Is it better to have the property vacant or occupied …ie furniture or not? tenants etc.
Has anyone sold properties themselves (ie private sales)??
Any advise would be helpful.
Thanks guysBillfromozParticipant@billfromozJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 381
Your property will generally sell better if furnished. That is, a lived in look, BUT very neat and tidy.Remove personal items…like family photos etc.
As for new carpets, paint, timber venetians etc… depends on your price and competition.
I wouldn’t go overboard. We replaced a chandelier my wife wished to keep, with a $25 light fitting and I still sold at the asking price of $585,000.
First impression is critical….the gardens/grounds should reflect a much cared for property.
VERY difficult to sell a tenanted property, unless you have an excellent relationship with a cooperative tenant.
Your advert is VERY important. People WILL read long copy. I will be sending you an example later this evening or tomorrow.
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