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fit for selling or capable of being sold
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Cathy McLean, director of Rics Wales said, 'There are three things which motivate people to improve their properties - enhancing their home environment, increasing the capital value of their property, or improving its saleability.
Only 6% of those questioned said they had carried out improvements to increase the value of their home, and just 3% did it to increase the saleability of their property.
Lawyers for Mr Morton and the publishers objected to being barred from receiving further information from Mr Niblett because it would jeopardise its planned autumn publication date and its saleability.
Members were also surveyed on what they thought were the practical measures that a potential seller should take to improve saleability.
Newly painted rooms in neutral colours appear bigger and brighter, improving your home's appeal and saleability.
Branch manager Gillian Donnison said the open week, from July 3-7, is particularly aimed at people in Jesmond, Sandyford and Newcastle city centre who are considering putting their house on the market and who want advice on valuation and advice on saleability and marketing.
The resale and rental value of the shares, and their saleability, were exaggerated by Palmer's companies.
As a consequence, tolerance of cracks is much higher and subsidence rarely affects house saleability," she said.
Depending on whether a property is at risk of flooding or not affects its value, its saleability and its insurance rating.
I am concerned about the impact it will have on the saleability of my house.
Manheim believes it is vital to think of the saleability of your car in three or four years time when you buy a new car to ensure you maximise its future resale value.
In its Home Improvements Survey the bank revealed that improving the standard of living was the major spur for spending money on the home - although adding value to the house, reducing fuel bills and increasing saleability came high on the list, showing that homeowners keep an eye on the property market.