The steps to saleability success
Selling your home can be a difficult task even at the best of times. But with the spring not so far away, and this being the prime time for house buyers starting their house searches, why not prepare your home for viewings or put your own stamp on a new property by reading Richard Burbidge, the stairparts experts, suggestions to step up the value of your home, whether you’re looking to move in or out.
In order to get the highest offer for your property, it’s important to create an entrance with a wow factor to ensure your home will be of interest enough to buyers to consider putting in an offer.
Buyers are known to make decisions very quickly when entering a property so a fresh layer of paint and putting out fresh flowers might not be enough to keep potential buyers interested. For an update that will make a considerable difference to the look and feel of your property, and even the overall perceived value, sprucing up your hallway could be the simplest and most cost effective way to secure your house sale this spring.
With the hall being the first impression of your home for potential buyers, this is the area that really needs to make an impact and can also help to put your own stamp on a new property. You may think that replacing your stairparts is a difficult, time-consuming task, but this is simply not the case. The truth is that your stairparts can be updated in just a day or two, and can be taken on by even the most novice DIYers.
There are also a number of different stairparts styles and options available which means you can choose from a range that suits your home décor perfectly.
For traditional style interiors, your stairs can become a real focal point with stunning white oak spindles that really encapsulates the luxury of traditional oak style staircases. To update a traditional looking oak staircase, there’s also the option to add metal spindles for a unique, contemporary looking stairway, with coloured metals also being the ‘material of choice’ for interior designers throughout 2017.
For smaller hallways, bringing the feeling of light and space will really help to give the entrance area a facelift, and the addition of contemporary glass infill panels on your staircase will really help to make the space feel open and airy.
Furthermore, the strategic placing of mirrors can be a great way to bring light into the space and also make the area feel much more spacious, which will appeal to the majority of potential house buyers and also generate a real ‘wow’ factor when any visitors enter your home.
Upgrading your hallway, with the help of a new set of stairparts, is the perfect way to add to the perceived value of your home, and you’ll be amazed at the difference it could make. For more information on how to update your stairway, including showcasing the full range of styles and options available from Richard Burbidge, the stairparts experts, please visit www.richardburbidge.com.