Let’s take a step back and think about what’s really important to a buyer.
For starters, nobody is going to be convinced to buy your home because you chose the perfect bunch of flowers and baked the perfect loaf of bread. In reality, there are seven factors influencing your buyer. As long as your property suits their fundamental requirements and you get these factors right, you have every chance of tugging at their heartstrings - and that’s what makes the difference between a slow sale and a buyer keen to close a deal.
For example, do you live in an area where traffic gets really busy at 3 pm or there’s a clearway that would make it hard for people to park? Then before you hire an agent, discuss your firm requirement that your home will never be shown at that time.