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By Tierney Cavanagh

15 presentation mistakes that turn buyers off

If you’re planning to list your property for sale make sure you aren’t making the following presentation mistakes. You want to engage your buyers, not turn them off.

2. Overgrown (or ‘under grown’) yard

An overgrown yard suggests that your whole property is badly maintained and could make a bad first impression.

Try to cut back bushes, tidy your lawn, plant some hardy plants and re-mulch for a fresh clean look. Buyers are busy, most want a yard that is maintenance free. The same goes with an ‘under grown’ yard, your buyer may think there’s a lack of attention to the property if your garden is too sparse and dry.

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