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Fixed Price Estate Agency

If you are looking to save money on estate agency, by handling certain parts of the process yourself, then our Fixed Price Estate Agency package is right for you. 

Sell Your Property Yourself, With Our Help
ALL FOR £999*


Our local specialist will provide you with a FREE property estimate, to give you an idea of the value you should market your property for. 

*Plus outlays such as the Home Report, Photographs and advertising. 


We will arrange to have the home report carried out, photographs and measurements taken and marketing materials prepared. You will be provided with a branded "for sale" sign, property brochures and guidance on how to prepare your property for viewings. We will also list your property on the property registers.


We will handle offers received and if instructed, pass these to our conveyancing partner to deal with the legal aspects of the sale. 

How To Prepare Your Property for Sale

Selling a property is a significant decision that requires careful planning and preparation. To attract potential buyers and secure a successful sale, it's essential to ensure your property is presented in its best light. This article serves as a comprehensive guide to help you prepare your property for sale, maximising its appeal and value in the competitive real estate market.


1. Declutter and Depersonalise:

Before showcasing your property to potential buyers, decluttering is a crucial step. Remove any unnecessary items, organise storage spaces, and consider renting a storage unit if needed. Depersonalise your home by removing personal photographs and distinct decor to allow buyers to envision themselves in the space.


2. Deep Clean and Stage:

A clean and well-maintained property is more likely to attract buyers. Deep clean every room, paying attention to areas such as carpets, windows, and appliances. Consider professional cleaning services for a thorough job. Additionally, staging your property can create an inviting atmosphere. Arrange furniture to optimise space and highlight the home's best features, creating a welcoming environment for potential buyers.


3. Make Necessary Repairs:

Address any outstanding repairs before listing your property. This includes fixing leaky faucets, repairing cracks in walls or ceilings, and replacing broken fixtures. Buyers appreciate a well-maintained property and are more likely to make favourable offers when they don't have to worry about immediate repairs.


4. Enhance Curb Appeal:

The first impression your property makes is crucial. Enhance the curb appeal by tidying up the exterior. Trim bushes and trees, mow the lawn, clean the driveway, and paint the front door if needed. Consider adding potted plants or flowers to add a touch of colour and vibrancy.


5. Update Paint and Lighting:

A fresh coat of paint can do wonders for the overall appearance of your property. Choose neutral colours that appeal to a wide range of buyers. Additionally, evaluate the lighting throughout your home. Replace outdated fixtures and ensure adequate lighting in each room. Well-lit spaces feel more welcoming and can create a positive ambiance.


6. Maximise Storage Space:

Buyers are often seeking ample storage options. Maximize the potential of your storage spaces by organising cupboards, cabinets, and other storage areas. Consider adding shelving or closet organisers to showcase the storage capacity and create a sense of tidiness.


7. Highlight Energy Efficiency:

Incorporating energy-efficient features can be a selling point for potential buyers. Replace outdated appliances with energy-efficient models, install programmable thermostats, and replace traditional light bulbs with LED alternatives. These small upgrades can make your property more attractive to eco-conscious buyers and potentially increase its value.


8. Gather Necessary Documentation:

Collect all the necessary documentation related to your property, such as property surveys, permits (such as any building warrants), warranties, and maintenance records. This information provides transparency to potential buyers and instils confidence in the property's history and maintenance.


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If you require a property lawyer in Edinburgh or Midlothian, then we can help. Our solicitors offer a friendly, fair and a cost effective solution for everyone. 

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