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7 Secrets to a Successful Property Sale in Birmingham

1. Ensure the price is right

Buyers today have access to a lot more information which they use to compare properties most of which is on the internet. You need to be realistic on your price so that your property in Birmingham stands out.

2. Know your buyer

Dress your home according to what type of audience is likely to view your property. Maybe a first time buyer or a professional?

3. Are you ready?

Appoint your solicitor at the same time as putting your apartment or flat on the market so that there are no delays when a sale is agreed.

4. Control your chaos

They say first impressions count, and they're right! Give your apartment that minimalist look - and create the appearance of bigger rooms - by tidying hallways and de-cluttering.

selling your apartment or flat in Birmingham

5. Do you decorate?

Try to keep things neutral if you decide to decorate before you sell. Plain light coloured walls often work well as new buyers can accessorise with their own colour theme.

6. Do your lights work?

Good lighting is important to make your property more inviting, make sure any lights not working are replaced. Also ensure your windows are clean to allow as much natural light as possible.

7. Put the coffee on!

Get the aromas of traditional smells going to make your home more inviting make some coffee, bake some bread and maybe put out some fresh flowers.

We hope you enjoyed our guide to successfully selling your apartment or flat in Birmingham.

To find out more about selling your apartment or flat in Birmingham locations, please contact us


Philip Jackson

With over 4500 apartments now planned or being built in Digbeth there has been concern voiced regarding whether there will be an impact of this volume of new residences coming into the City on the local plus wider City Centre housing market.