How do calculate the extent of completion of the house you are building? When do you take photographs of the property for advertisement? Some house owners have the habit of leaving the electrical and plumbing fittings until the sale and consider painting to be the determining factor for appearance. This approach has to be changed, for buyers are choosy now and options are more for them.
Every element of construction is critical overall, but the final phase is the winning phase
While I was in my search for buying a house for my family, I was shown an under-construction house. The brick and mortar structure was complete and the plastering work was fast progressing. I was confused on how to evaluate it as the inside was a tad dark. They had put 10 percent of the total price on finishing work, and furnishing was not included. The sellers handed over to us a list of the fittings with their brand and price to be fitted later so as to justify their price.
We give the price of a house not for the structure alone. If he was taking the prices of the fittings to be purchased, then I can also do the same after buying and then carry out personalized purchase on my own. This pointed to the fact that the builders were ignorant about the fact that the arrangement, placing and finishing of the interiors and the fittings are actually the determining factors for assessing their work.
The seller was new to the field and not a professional builder. I gave him suggestions on how to efficiently market his house. He should wait until the completion of the house, till the final light is fitted. Prior selling can be done if he has taken photographs of his previously completed works.
Photographs can look good only if the true setting and essence of the house can be captured. For this, you need the right amount of illumination at the right place. And exactly this step is what determines the fate of the house and that of the seller. The right illumination highlights the good features and the lightings impart the desired look of the house by the Modern Place. Why do think a grand chandelier is placed at the center of a big, royal hall?