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Bathroom Features that Maximise the Value of your Property

published on 25/10/2017  

When you're thinking about selling your property it's always good to know how you can get the highest selling price possible.

Potential buyers don't want to think about using a bathroom that once belonged to strangers, so it is best to make sure your toilet and sinks are clean and that you've shined up that mirror before every viewing

It’s important to make sure that your bathroom is conducive to today's current styles and standards. Be aware of what modern bathrooms look like. People are more concerned with how much water the toilet uses than they were 20 years ago. Make sure all the lighting looks good and is of a matching style as the rest of the bathroom. You want your bathroom to make sense to a potential buyer; you want it to be comfortable and relaxing.

As one of the most used rooms in the house, homeowners can maximise the value of their property when renovating their bathroom or adding a new one.

Here is the list of the best price enhancing bathroom features:
  1. Quality wall and floor tiles with good grouting
  2. Electric or power shower
  3. Good sized fixtures (sink, toilet, shower/bath)
  4. Heated towel rack
  5. Sufficient lighting
  6. Use of light/soft colour paint for walls/ceiling
  7. Spacious cabinets
  8. Underfloor heating
it's important to get it right. If you really want to make an impression, try combining these features to raise your property’s price tag.

Time to start adding to the renovation fund? Tags: Bathroom, Property, Selling