4. Viewings

Plan ahead particularly if you are travelling out of area. Weekends are often the busiest day of an Estate Agents week and appointments can get booked up in advance.

After the viewing, providing feedback to your estate agent will help them gain a stronger understanding of your wants and needs in order to find the best property for you.

Our top tips:

  • Although we always look to be flexible for your desired appointment time, viewing diaries tend to get booked very quickly especially at weekends. Contact your estate agent a few days prior to your preferred viewing date and time to avoid disappointment
  • Take a notepad and ask lots of questions. If your agent does not know them straight away, they can find out for you after/or during the viewing
  • If you want to take any photos on your mobile for future reference then always get the permission of the owner before doing so

Build up a better perspective of where the property is situated by visiting the property at different times of the day taking note of which way the garden faces and the parking arrangements. It is important to also get clarification on what is and is not included in the sale price, ask to the see the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), look up at roof, look at windows, ask what type of heating and ask if there are any guarantees. If you wish to buy the property, it is advisable to arrange an independent survey to investigate any areas of concern.

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