Use the information available to you to find out as much as you can about a property, such as; using the photographs, floorplans, virtual tours, online brochures and local information that is available with most properties.
As soon as you have established the property is of sufficient interest for you, book a viewing with the agent.
Also, don’t forget to take a camera and tape measure on every viewing you go on – the camera is so you can avoid having to rack your brain about which property had the features you remember it doing. With cameras built in as standard on most mobile phones, this is easier than ever. But remember to always ask permission with the agent or owner before taking any pictures. The tape measure is for you to see if your current furniture will fit in the rooms.
Before you have even chosen to view a property, it may be worth spending time creating an image of your perfect home. Make a list of the various features you want this perfect house to have. These features should cover the obvious check list such as the rough size of the house and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms but also criteria relating to the location or house type in which your home will be located.
If you’d like to know more about our developments prior to viewing then please get in contact with our sales consultants will be more than happy to help.