You have seen the property of your dreams and put in an offer, but the person buying your home is not ready to proceed as quickly as your seller requires, and you are likely to hold up the chain, what do you do?
Recently we have listed a few properties that either already have dressing rooms or have the potential for adding or converting a room to a dressing room.
If you are a clothes enthusiast but are short on storage space, then a dressing room could be just the thing for you.
Adding a dressing room adds to your clothing space considerably whilst also giving you the freedom to organise your clothing, accessories and shoes in a way that is easily accessible, this can make getting ready for work or a night out stress free and also much easier, it can also make your clothes look nicer and last longer too.
Having a dressing room eliminates clutter in your sleeping area and storing your clothes elsewhere will contribute to a cleaner and healthier environment – you will also get a better night’s sleep.
Having a dressing room is your own private sanctuary where you can enjoy privacy and comfort, put on your make-up or unwind after a busy day.
Do you know the price your property is currently being marketed at on the main portals of Rightmove, Zoopla and On the Market, and by that I mean the exact price? – one that hopefully ends in three zeros rather than 950.
I read with interest the article on Property Eye today, written by Zoopla Managing Director Charlie Bryant who writes ‘the way agents operate has changed significantly over the last five years, you are no longer reliant on the portals for marketing homes – that is as it should be.
Digital Marketing has empowered agents to take matters into their own hands to a far greater extent.
Different audiences will also respond in varying ways to the myriad of communications channels now out there and often a message needs to be seen or heard across multiple platforms to resonate.’
He also writes, ‘In May, Zoopla surveyed 2,000 people who have either sold their property in the last 18 months or who were currently looking to move or sell over the next year and a half.
An over whelming proportion of these house-hunters (70%) told us that they use a combination of estate agency websites and property portals when searching for their next home.
This reflects the savviness of the general consumer in the digital age
The research demonstrates that a hybrid strategy when marketing a home is key to maximising eyeballs to ensure it is sold or let out as quickly as possible and for the best possible price.’
Great words from Charlie Bryant, and at David Phillip Estate Agents we total agree:-
One Size doesn’t fit all
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