Update your décor with some on trend pieces, but be sure to not clutter the space. Small, subtle touches are best, not to mention easier on the budget, and can include:
- A statement rug or hall runner. - Pillows and throws for your couch. - Decorative ornaments and artwork, such as a vase with flowers or a trendy print.
- Don’t be afraid to add pops of colour as well, especially if you have neutral walls and furniture.
Includes such things as repainting, replacing worn fittings like hot water heaters, and landscaping. These expenditures are small compared to the value of the land and it’s important to attend to this regularly to prevent a decline in property value.
These expenditures are easy, cost-effective and can lift the value of a home particularly if the results are obvious.
Simple garden improvements or fresh paintwork both inside and outside the home can also make a big difference.
Even modest improvements in wet areas can make an impression on buyers.
Replacing older, unfashionable tiles, shower screens, mirrors and tap fittings with modern ones can make a dramatic difference.
If your budget allows, new bench tops, tap fittings and a splash-back in the kitchen can add some real ‘wow’ factor.
- For more tips contact Valentino Dianella and Morley real estate