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According to a recent article in Ideal Home a beautiful garden and outdoor space can add up to approximately 20% or as much as £45,000 to the value of your home? Redesigning your front entrance, garden and patio space, ensuring that it looks tidy and attractive will not only add value to your home, but it will also help to make your home much more appealing to potential buyers.
The team at *Ideal Home suggests amongst other things that ‘patching up any cracks or gaps in the patio or pavement’ will greatly improve the chance of a buyer seeing themselves in your property.
With this in mind, below are our top tips, to improve the look and feel of your garden, whether you have the budget to carry out a complete garden renovation or a quick makeover!
Our top tips if you have a little spare cash!
If you don’t have budget free to do a brand new make-over then these are a must!
Taking care of your garden and ensuring that your prospective buyer can see how they and their family can live in your home will increase the opportunity for you to sell your property. Estate agents may find it difficult to place an exact figure on the increase in value made purely by cosmetic improvements to your garden and outdoor space, but generally there is always a premium on a well decorated and styled home! And in alot of cases it’s just a little elbow grease and hard work that’s needed, so go on roll up your sleeves and add a little value to your property!
*Source: Ideal Home https://www.homebuilding.co.uk/advice/how-to-add-value-to-your-home
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