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Adopt Sustainability to Help Sell Your Home

By Andrew Bell

If you're interested in selling your Surfers Paradise property in the near future, it could be beneficial to investigate the current property trends occurring in your neighbourhood.

One of the biggest to sweep the nation in recent years is the implementation of greener features.

This could range from replacing the lightbulbs in your house with more energy-efficient models through to installing a solar panel on your roof and harnessing the power of the sun for your home.

With many people actively seeking properties that conform to these ideals and are already established as sustainable environments, it could be worth looking into any changes you can make to your home in order to increase it's sustainable appeal to the wider market.

For example, many people nowadays are turning towards home gardening as a source of food. Not only does this help to reduce the amount of money being spent at the supermarket, but it could also impact the amount you use your car – further reducing your carbon footprint.

Installing a rainwater tank is a larger investment, which allows you to recycle rainwater to use in your home's taps and other water outlets. However, it could go the mile for families looking into real estate in Surfers Paradise to do their part towards reducing their carbon footprint and saving the planet.

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