Presenting your home for sale
Ask a favor!
First and foremost, ask a trusted friend to inspect your home as a buyer would and request they highlight any flaws in the presentation.
A clean house shows you take pride in your house and look after it, which will reassure the potential buyer that your home has been taken care of and is a sound investment
Prior to property inspections ensure that there is plenty of light, have curtains and blinds pulled open. Also using lamps instead of over head lights can create a softer ambiance.
Use focal points
You may have strong tastes but these don’t suit everyone and can scare buyers off! Most buyers prefer natural and earthy tones, and it makes rooms look more spacious.
Rooms in the house - give each room a purpose or function, this allows buyers to see the full potential of the property.
The outside of your home is the first impression a buyer will have, so make sure it’s a positive one. Tidy up the garden, clean your windows and give the outside a lick of paint.
your rental property
Ensure that you let financial organisations, road departments and other important bodies know of your change of address.
Once your new contact details are available like a landline phone number and postal address, please email these details to your Property Manager.
Payment and Lodgement of Your Bond
Your bond will be lodged with the Office of Trading and you can expect confirmation from them indicating your lodgement number.