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By Tierney Cavanagh

9 Things That Turn Buyers Off

Every buyer has their own views on how a property should and shouldn’t be presented for sale. Knowing and avoiding the common ones when you decide to sell should be a huge advantage.

Dirt

Walking into a property that’s not well presented can be a sale killer. Buyers will be turned off if they’re inundated with dust, dirt or other muck. Make an effort to thoroughly clean the entire property, including all those areas you think no one notices.

Living areas, backyards, bathrooms and toilets should get extra attention (you’d be surprised how many people use the bathroom at an inspection).

You can’t really overdo cleaning when it comes to selling – properties that just look neat and acceptable might not be enough, especially if you’re commanding top dollar. Your home should shine as much as it possibly can.

(Information courtesy of Vanessa Paech, realestate.com.au)

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