The housing market isn’t great right now, and many sensible property owners will be turning their attentions to improving on their current property instead of moving to a new one. To help with this process, we’ve compiled a list of tips, tricks and advice to help boost the value of your home and make it feel fresh and new.
Real estate experts agree that a great tip for anyone wishing to sell their home, is to neutralize personal decor, as much as possible. It is important for prospective buyers to be able to picture themselves living in the house and a large volume of items specific and personal to the seller, can make that difficult. Therefore, try to make the home’s style, appeal to as wide an audience as you can.
Converting your loft to become the master bedroom? Why not! A loft conversion Romford for a luxurious and very private (indeed!) master bedroom will do wonders. Pamper yourself with a fantastic room by installing a floor-to-ceiling window and even throw in that French door. You can even install your own shower and comfort room for the complete loft extensions. With all these work, it will be best to get reputable builders in London to do the job for you.
When renovating a home to sell, focus on visible improvements first. Upgrading the furnace or installing heated floors is all well and good, but if the roof leaks buyers will be turned away. You have a much better chance of getting a return on your investment by making sure the exterior siding or interior paint looks good first.
I would recommend that you make a list of your wants and present them to the agency. I have included a few potential criteria that might be of importance.
There is seldom room for a library or office in a house. Unless you happen to live in a mansion, a computer, desks, and shelves take-up space amid other things like the television and a toy box. Lofts are natural retreats where students go to work quietly. Entrepreneurs might want to consider using their new room as the start of a home-based business. Builders can even add a bit of space by creating a dormer if existing measurements are a little too small for existing plans.
In many cases a buyer will use a gestor (administrative agent) for dealing with the legal aspects of the purchase. They are generally cheaper, but are not fully trained lawyers.
One final consideration which is of great importance is to find out whether loft conversions require planning permission. It is normally not required but you would do well to check before starting the work.