Property sellers are struggling amid the rollercoaster nature of the UK political landscape, of which Brexit is proving a driving force. The separation of the UK from the EU, has left some home-sellers not able to attract buyers to their properties, while others are putting off selling altogether. Other issues include the already fluctuating asking fees and rates seeing more sellers unable to seek out buyers. Prime Minister Boris Johnson sparked fears of a no deal Brexit earlier this week when he requested to prorogue parliament - something which was later approved by the Queen, 93.
This injected yet another dose of uncertainty into the already dicey selling market, yet help is at hand.
Experts from residential.people.com have told how simple energy switch could help shift selling fortunes.
The move could also help save the environment too, so another good reason to enact it.
They stated how making homes more energy efficient could add up to six per cent of the selling price.
The spokesperson told Express.co.uk: “Make your home more energy efficient.
Property: Do this one thing to add £25,000 to the selling price (Image: Getty)
“Making the right moves towards being more energy efficient can actually add £25,000 to your selling price overall.
“Raising your energy efficiency rating from a G or F could also give a six per cent