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Selling your property quickly and gaining the best possible price has got to be a priority for any

prospective seller and there are a few simple steps which you can take to improve your chances


First impressions are very important; your prospective purchaser will form an opinion within thirty

seconds of drawing up outside your property. Make sure your garden is kept tidy; a well maintained

garden usually looks larger and needing less maintenance than an untidy one.

A fresh coat of paint can work wonders to improve the appearance of a wood front door and

concrete or wood window sills. Make sure the interior of your home is free of clutter. Consider short

term storage options to allow your rooms to show off their true size and to allow potential buyers a

clearer picture of how a room could look to them.

The smell of flowers can make a room feel more welcoming, as can a warm home in Winter and open

windows in the Summer.

If you have a dog or cat try to keep them and their food and bedding isolated when people visit, as

not everyone likes animals.

There are very few purchasers who buy the home of their dreams and do not want to change

anything. All too often when you view a property you see it as it is, not as what it could be.

The best way to view a property is to use the viewing record page in this guide. List all of the positive

and negative points of the property and your feelings about it. In your own time sit down and

work out how much it will cost you to alter the property to your own tastes and requirements. The

businesses featured in this guide are there to help you do this.

At the end of the day the choice is yours. However, in our many years we have seen so many

property transformations which have taken a sad and dilapidated property and turned it into a home

anyone would be proud of. Think on, see the future, not the present.

Asprey Fountain

Cedar Tree - Caterham

Caterham Station

Cedar Tree - Caterham in Winter