Don’t let your beloved family pet stop you from achieving the best selling price for your property. Follow these tips to ensure buyers aren’t put off making an offer on your home.
Given that 52% of Irish households have a pet*, you might assume buyers wouldn’t bat an eyelid at the prospect of viewing a property where a furry or feathered friend resides.
But many property hunters are put off when they visit a home where there are obvious signs and smells of pets.
The reasons for this aversion to animals can vary; a buyer may have an allergy, have had a bad experience in the past, or love their own animals, just not other people’s.
Whatever the rationale, as first impressions are so important when selling a property, it’s best to get rid of, or at least minimise, the signs of pet life in your home.
For more advice about presenting your home for sale, contact us here at Liberty Blue Estate Agents.
Cormac Finlay on Tuesday, May 2, 2023 in blog, county waterford, Dungarvan, estate agents, first impressions, liberty blue, property advice, Property News and Advice, sell quickly, sell your home, Waterford
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