1] Set a realistic budget, and stick to it. It’s important that you start off with realistic figures, and remain strict. It’s ridiculously easy to let your spending habits take over, especially when you start catering for your own taste.
2] Keep the colour scheme neutral throughout the house; keep your personal obsession with the colour pink out of the project. This way you’ll appeal to the majority of the market, and not just someone with a similar taste to yours.
3] Give the impression of space with light colours, and allow for plenty of natural light to enter the house.
4] Remain consistent throughout the house, in regards to colours and style. Buyers can easily be put off by inconsistent, chop and match jobs.
4] Spend money on quality kitchen/bathroom fittings, and not on useless props like state of the art radiators. Kitchens and bathrooms sell houses, radiators rarely do.
5] If you plan on doing work in the garden, keep it simple and healthy looking. Don’t make the maintenance of the garden look like hard work. Usually keeping the grass looking fresh, the patio uncluttered, and healthy growing plants/trees does the trick.
6] Remember, this is a business project- unnecessary spending will reflect on your overall profit margin.
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