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How to Market Your Home

How to Market Your Home

Photo by  Redd Angelo  on  Unsplash

Photo by Redd Angelo on Unsplash

Moving is a big thing, especially if you are putting your home up for sale. The market can be a daunting experience. It's a time where it shifts from being your home, to being a house that is being presented to potential buyers.

So if you are in the process of moving home, below are some tips on where to start.

The Estate Agent

The most important step to selling your house is finding a good agent. Estate agents like Hatched, are still the place people want to go when they want to sell or buy a home. They have the necessary experience to market your property effectively, and secure a good price for you. Or if you are buying, they have the knowledge of what is on the market or coming to the market to match your needs.

Spring clean

Go through your home and spring-clean. Get the carpets cleaned and clean the windows, dust in every nook and cranny.

The garden

Don't forget the garden, Cut the grass, trim the bushes and make sure the garden is free from any rubbish, rubble and clutter. 

Use your Estate Agent

Your agent can help you with getting your home ready. They understand what buyers are looking for. Therefore, it makes sense to ask them for advice. For example, your local agent will be able to tell you whether you should be presenting your box room as a spare bedroom or as an office.


Clear away most of the clutter and this will brighten up your home, it will make it look cleaner and more calmer. It's a great way to get you started on packing early and the perfect excuse to throw some of that junk out. This will create more space and make your rooms look bigger.


You need to present your home in the best possible light, refresh the room with a bit of decorating. The idea is for a prospective buyer to walk into your home and be able to see themselves living there, use neutral colours to help with this. 

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Child friendly updates for you garden this summer

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