London property market is in its own little bubble, with such a demand for homes that no property stays on the market for too long, especially 1 bed and 2 bed flats.
But larger houses and properties are slower to move, especially when priced at the top end of the market with stamp duty at 7%.
Often the sellers cannot see the point of furnishing and creating a lifestyle in an empty property. Why should they pay anything from £10,000 upwards when they are trying to sell, not spend more money?
But offering a prospective buyer a visual insight into how a house could be lived in, how spaces can be used, accentuating the positives and detracting from the negatives with furnishings and accessories cleverly placed, could add at least £100,000 to a property value and also speed sales.