Start your tenancy of on the right foot…
Would you live in the property? Is it clean enough, are there any ghastly features?
Of course you need to think wisely about costs/expenses but its doesnt need to cost a fortune to tidy up a tired property.
Take this apartment for instance, I own this apartment with business partners and we decided it really needed a pick me up.
We removed nets and old lampshades, we replaced the dated curtain runners with chrome poles and removed old shelving/fireplace surround. We freshend up the paint work and used a local carpet fitter to change the flooring.
We went for a mid range grey carpet to the bedroom and lounge as its very easy to maintain. Lamintate in the hallway (previously carpet which isnt practical) and a trendy white and grey vinyl for the kitchen and bathroom.
New lampshades, shower curtain and a blind in the kitchen were extra inexpensive touches to finish off the flat nicely.
As we carried out the labour ourselves (excl flooring) the refurb cost under £1500!
We hope you agree this city center apartment now looks modern, fresh and clean ready for our new tenant.