By Suzanne Roynon, Interiors Therapist
You’ve done it, you’ve made the decision to
put your house on the market and suddenly it’s real. The Purplebricks Local Property Expert has
visited, photographs are online and viewing requests are pinging into your
inbox. But are you ready to invite visitors in? And more importantly, will they
feel welcome when you do?
You’d be amazed how many houses are written
off by potential purchasers because they “just don’t feel right”. Think back to a time when you walked into a
room and even if it was empty, something about the space made you feel tense.
You might not know why, but you were ill at ease and wanted to leave. It is likely angry words, tension, grief or
sadness had created an invisible cloud of negative energy you absorbed without
So, how can you make a buyer feel great as
soon as they walk through your door?
When I work with ‘Ready to Sell’ clients I
explain you need to start a little ahead of time by being clutter free and
organized well before your first viewings.
This way, even if they book at short notice, you are ready to open the
door with a smile.