Numbers of UK househunters growing over first months of 2011

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Post Office Mortgages research reveals design fads likely to turn potential buyers off a property

The latest monthly statistics from the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) reveal that the number of house hunters across the country has started to rise in the first months of 2011 . The NAEA has issued some top tips for making a home more desirable to potential buyers. Presentation is vital as well as considering an extension to add value to the property. Making a sensible valuation, ensuring a home is energy efficient and marketing it properly are all also crucial for success.

Recent research from Post Office Mortgages also revealed which property fads should be avoided by those looking to sell. The Post Office Mortgages research unveils artex walls, avocado bathrooms and woodchip walls as the worst interior design fads of the past 30 years, with a built-in bar, mock fireplaces and animal print rugs rated the worst furniture fads.

The Mortgages research also highlighted that under-34s are the most willing to see past dodgy DIY and interior design faux-pas in order to bag a bargain.

Post Office Mortgages reminds anyone selling their property in order to buy another that it is advisable to secure mortgage finance before putting their house on the market to help prevent would-be buyers being put off from entering a chain of property purchases.

Post Office Mortgages is keen to remind homeowners that it offers a wide range of mortgage products including first time buyer mortgages, 90% mortgages, fixed rate mortgages and tracker mortgages.

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