Since the stamp duty was lifted in the UK, the property market is looking set to boom. Over the lockdown period, many estate agents reported being very busy, but with the recent tax cuts moving home has suddenly become even more attractive. Many people who may have been considering moving to a new house a year or two down the line have decided to take advantage of the stamp duty pause and do it now – the result of this is the property market has been booming.
If you are wanting to move, unless you are a first-time buyer, you will need to sell your current home. To make sure that you get the most that you can for it, there are a few ways that you can add value to your home.
A conservatory is a great way to add value and an extra room to your home. Get it professionally done by someone such as this glass suppliers Gloucester to make sure that it is a high standard.
Make sure that your home is as clutter free and neutral as possible. Buyers are much more likely to buy a home when they can imagine their own stamp on it – you could even put some of the furniture into storage, and give the house a neutral coloured coat of paint to increase how attractive it is to buyers.
Keep it tidy – this can be difficult, but a tidy home is much easier to sell – additions such as a vase of flowers, and neatly made beds are small things that make a big difference.