Adding additional value to a property is an excellent way of both increasing the price a buyer might pay for it and also ensuring it sells fast.
Buyers who are considering upgrading to a brand new home are already in a strong position to make a quick move because there is no chain of buyers above them. That means that the faster they can sell their existing property, the faster they can complete their sale and gain the keys to their new home.
The housing market is strong at the moment, with demand far outstripping supply. In fact, research  carried out by the National Association of Estate Agents shows that, in September 2016, demand for housing rose by 16%, while the number of homes available to buy decreased marginally – from 41 per branch on average to just 40.
But even so, enhancing a property with additional assets can boost its value and help the seller take advantage of the market. So what adds most to a property’s value?