Time. None of us can stop it. It just keeps passing. You pay a fortune for a brand new kitchen and you carry on going about your life. Suddenly 15 years have passed and you've got an estate agent in front of you telling you that your home interior's outdated now.
Selling a dated property can present issues.
First off, buying a home is expensive. This means people tend to really stretch themselves to make it happen. If a buyer would need to spend more cash on a new kitchen, bathroom, and redecoration throughout after buying your home, it can make the purchase unviable for them. They simply may not be able to afford to buy the home and then renovate it too.
This can make it difficult to attract buyers, meaning your sale takes longer and you end up having to accept a lower price for it. Some buyers will see it as an opportunity to put their own stamp on a property though - so it really comes down to a bit of luck when you put the property on the market.
A seller must ensure the property is attractive if they’re going to find a buyer. Here are 6 examples of outdated house interiors you need to get rid of.