Tips Property Selling

Selling Your Holiday Property Tips

Selling your self-owned holiday property such as a House or Flat might be a little tricky from the offset. You should consider preparing the property before putting it on the market starting off with an estate agent.

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Additional Holiday Property Preparation

Surrounding Areas

Getting The Property Seen 

Estate Agency Fees

Overseeing Your Property Viewings 

 

Any potential buyers will need to see a clean, crisp blank canvas of the property, they will need to see themselves living, spending time in the property, maybe they are also considering the purchase for even letting the property themselves. Any personal belongings should be removed, and tucked totally out of sight, anything that’s not needed might even be better off moved to another location or put into another location.

Additional Holiday Property Preparation

Apart from the cleanup and moving of personal items consider a lick of paint, where required, this is certainly going to brighten up the property, walls, ceilings, door frames, and wood areas if you have any. Dusting sounds obvious but many people forget to do this simple job beforehand

Along with any painting that’s required inside, consider the outside, it’s a must, the outside obviously is the first thing that any potential buyer will see, so check walls for worn paint, or scruffy areas.

Surrounding Areas

Along with the property walls, inside and out, consider the front and back garden areas, grass area, or any patio areas, these should be in a tidy well maintained state, any flower beds should be looking presentable.

Getting The Property Seen 

Getting your Holiday Property seen and promoted will always have cost implications, consider Us at your holiday property online.com as a starting point, but you will most likely to consider a local Estate Agent. You will find the Estate Agency fees will be cheaper if you stick to just one Agent, the multi-agency listing will get rather costly.

Estate Agency Fees

Consider your Estate Agency fees, always best to get these in writing with any you sign up with, you can check with a solicitor if you’re uncertain. You may also have a redemption penalty if you have a mortgage on the property, worth checking beforehand.

Overseeing Your Property Viewings 

A very tricky situation sometimes, overseeing your Holiday Property Viewings, mainly as we all lead very busy lives and very often you might live far away from your property! It’s simply not practical to get to every viewing, and this is where your agent comes in. However if you can’t stand the thought of that, or you live close then here are a few possible tips. Consider the past points, presentation, and possibly to show off the best bits before any bits of the property you are not too happy about.