Decision Homebuyers, one of the UK's most trusted and flexible home buying specialists, offer tips and advice on how to use light to the best of your house's abilities when looking to sell.
Online PR News – 20-January-2010 – – London, England (Jan 11, 2010) - Decision Homebuyers, one of the UK's most trusted and flexible home buying specialists, offer tips and advice on how to use light to the best of your house's abilities when looking to sell.
If you're looking to sell a house quickly, you will need to portray it in the best possible way and will need to use effective lighting to make it look attractive. It is an open secret in the housing industry that basement flats and buildings which are cast in the shadow of a larger property can be difficult to let or sell due to the lack of natural light.
Effective lighting can play a huge part when selling your house, and adding a skylight to your property can not only add value but can also be a source for natural light to enter your room, giving the appearance of larger space and making the room a more pleasant area to reside in. In the case of a basement flat or apartment, well-positioned and high-calibre lighting can really make a difference in emphasising the qualities of your property.
"It is important for home owners to play to their house's strengths when they are looking to sell a house fast, and good lighting can really help seal the deal," says Laurence Smith of Decision Homebuyers. "Having a property with access to sources of natural light makes your property an attractive proposition for customers, and also adds character to your home. The kinds of light present in your home can be the difference between a yes or no from a potential lodger."
To find out more about Decision Homebuyers and their services please call 08456 341 456 or visit: http://www.decisionhomebuyers.co.uk/
Established in 2006 and specialising in fast property purchase, Decision Homebuyers are experts in their field. Decision Homebuyers can buy your house fast and guarantee to make cash offers on all types of residential and commercial property, no matter what the condition.