Virtual Home Improvement Service...

This is a service ( rather than a course ) for home sellers wishing to speed up the sale of their property whilst maximising the price. It involves the creation of image boards with plans and pictures to illustrate alterations that could be made to realise potential. The boards are then displayed in the property and used as a marketing tool.
It is very different to a 'doctor' approach....where the seller carries out work themselves prior to putting their house on the market. There are no builders involved because the changes are 'idealised'. Suggestions usually go beyond the realm of de-cluttering and neutral decor, but aren't hugely expensive either. It is about opening the eyes of the buyer to what is possible. The buyer sees the property as it is in real life (on the viewing) then - from the display boards - how it could be. An example is shown below.
People find it hard to imagine how things might be unless they are shown. This is why home makeover programmes often incorporate visits to nearby properties for inspiration and affirmation, and property developers create show homes when sales are slack. This service acts as a 'virtual' show home, representing an enhanced version of what is already on offer. The benefit is low cost and minimal effort for the home seller, with potentially high rewards for both the buyer and the seller.
The service is charged at an hourly rate and starts with an initial feasibility visit. Further details on request.

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