Spring is forecasted to bloom the property market

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With spring’s smooth arrival, more homeowners put their properties for sale and even more buyers enquiring about homes. Brisbane listings increased by 5.9 per cent in July, indicating a growing buyer interest. In August, our team received more than 8400 enquiries from buyers wanting to purchase now and 125 families found their new home on average in seven days. This signals that the spring rush is just around the corner and will continue to peak buyer’s interest in property.

According to ING Survey, despite the uncertainty due to the pandemic, 46 per cent of millennials think homeownership has become more achievable. And the key reasons why Australians think so are record-low interest rates and new government schemes to help buyers get into the property market.

With this much interest, is the anything else you could do to increase the value of your property before selling? The answer is yes! But here’s where you should start first.

To increase the value of your home for the spring sale, you’ll be surprised how much difference a fresh coat of paint can make. Other things you could do are steam your carpets, declutter benchtops and surfaces, and do any minor renovations and here’s where you should look.

Looking for tips that will make your house stand out this spring? Start preparing your property for sale here.

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