In the world of buying and selling property, first impressions are absolutely imperative.
Before delving further into the characteristics of a property, the first thing a potential buyer
will do is take in all the visual information available to them. They’ll look for colors that
appeal to them, a nicely presented interior and exterior, and whether the house appears well-
maintained.

One of the simplest and most effective ways to impress potential buyers and give your home
a fresh, clean look is to give it a new paint job. We highly recommend using a professional
painting company that will use the right paint and right number of coats to ensure the work
lasts as long as possible.

In the first few seconds a potential buyer looks at your property, whether in-person or through
photos, they will be drawn to sections with the largest surface area. Often, the walls are the
first thing a buyer sees, so it's important to ensure they are clean, visually striking and free
from damage.

It’s in the details
Even the smallest details of the exterior of a home can be picked up by a buyer in the first
few seconds. If your house appears poorly maintained, its curb appeal will drop
significantly. To create a beautiful facade for your home, consider painting the window
frames, walls, gutters and your front door. A fresh coat of paint can do wonders, and make
your home look brand new again.

Follow the same principle with your interiors. Here, you can add even more personality and
flair to the design of your home. Choose colors that match well with the general design of
your home, and everything will tie together naturally. Brighter shades can be a great talking
point, while more neutral shades will allow buyers to envision how they will decorate the
home with their own furniture and ornaments.

In short, painting your house is a simple, cost-effective and visually enticing way to win
buyers over and improve the value of your home.

This article was written in conjunction with Hire A Mover, a professional Melbourne removal
company.