"The outside of a property," says Ray Dimarco, TAFE NSW Property Services head teacher, "is literally the first impression, and most lasting memory."
Ray, pictured, who is also a property valuer and real estate agent with over 40 years of experience, says fresh or well-maintained lawns are simply always attractive.
“Also a neatly and freshly mulched garden-bed is an incredibly low-cost but high-impact way of presenting your home as loved and loveable.”
We hit up TAFE NSW Agriculture and Horticulture head teacher, Geoff Turner (he's the guy in the hat) to give us eight great tips for preparing a property to be more appealing to prospective buyers as we move towards the end of summer:
“When watering your garden, use recycled water," says Geoff. "Please keep in mind we are in the midst of summer and we are experiencing extremes in temperatures , it’s more important than ever that everyone helps preserve our most precious resource no matter where you live, in Bondi or Broken Hill, Bega."
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