5 Expert Tips To Help You Sell Your Home In Cardiff
Make Sure You Are Creating The Right First Impression
As estate agents in Cardiff, Pontcanna, Llandaff, Fairwater and Victoria Park if there’s one thing we know at Fortis, it’s that there’s nothing more important than giving the right first impression to prospective buyers! When you’re marketing your home, it’s vital to get it right, otherwise, other properties could take the spotlight.
Fortunately, by “wowing” potential purchasers from the get-go, you’ve got a far higher chance of attracting a buyer and achieving the asking price.
With this in mind, here are our five expert tips to help you sell your property in Cardiff and the surrounding area.
1. Use Professional Images
There’s nothing more crucial than showcasing your property in its most attractive light. Choose an experienced estate agent in Cardiff who will take photographs of your home to reflect its most appealing features while considering the positioning and lighting of your rooms and their contents. Properties with professional photographic images benefit from over 90% more enquiries than those with less attractive images, so this is vital. Call us on 02920561111 to learn more about our professional photo packages.
2. Consider A HD Virtual Tour
More buyers are now open to a tour of your property in Cardiff virtually before visiting it in person. HD virtual tours became popular during the COVID pandemic, and they are here to stay. A high-definition virtual tour allows prospective buyers to get the best first impression while saving time and reassuring you that only serious buyers will be viewing in person.
3. Include A Property Floor Plan
10% of buyers say they would refuse to view any property that doesn’t have a floor plan available for them to view before visiting. That means you must ensure that your estate agent offers this. We always include them in our marketing as standard!
4. Market Your Home Via Social Media
Social media platforms are increasingly crucial in property marketing, and your estate agent should be promoting your home in this way. More people today are beginning their search for a new home online, so your property should always be available for viewing on all the top social media sites, including Instagram and Facebook. We are on all the social media platforms, so please give us a follow!
We target buyers who are specifically searching for homes like yours through our social media marketing strategies, helping generate more views for you.
5. Make Sure Your Home Is Advertised On Major Property Portals
Since most buyers today begin their search for estate agents in Cardiff online, it makes sense to ensure your chosen agent is featuring your home on the property portals such as On The Market and Rightmove. Having high-quality marketing ensures that your home makes the best possible first impression to prospective buyers while also encouraging more interest and views.
At Fortis, we pull out all the stops to ensure all our listed properties receive maximum viewings and are presented in the best possible light.
If you’re thinking of selling a property in Cardiff, Pontcanna, Llandaff, Fairwater or Victoria Park don’t hesitate to give us a call on 02920561111 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org today to find out more about how we can help you.
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