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To arrange a viewing, simply call us, pop in or drop us an email and we'll gladly further your interests every step of the way.

If you have spotted a property that you like the look of when browsing our property, please state the reference number shown when contacting us.

If you have a busy schedule, no problem, we're open 7 days a week and we'll do our very best to arrange the viewing when it most suits your needs.

Viewing a Property

It is a good idea to look at a range of properties - even if you are unsure whether you will buy them - just to get an idea of what's available and what's good value for money.  This way, when you come across a property that you really like, you'll be much more confident when deciding whether it's the right one.

When viewing a property, don't be afraid to ask essential questions.  Also, when you're excited about looking around a potential new home, it's all too easy to forget what to look out for.

Essential Viewing Tips

  • If you see a property you fancy, try to view it more than once - especially at different times of day. A quiet street on a Sunday afternoon may have a lot of weekday or through traffic.
  • If you're buying alone, try to view with a friend, colleague or relative - they might notice things you've overlooked.
  • If you're looking at lots of properties, it can become difficult to remember which ones you liked and why. Make notes as you go listing the pros and cons of each.
  • Look closely at fixtures and fittings, check appliances and taps. Are there any obvious signs of damp? Some problems are easily solved, whilst others could be very expensive.  If you are concerned, get a trade specialist in to look at the property (If the seller has nothing to hide, they shouldn't mind).
  • Always ask whether service charges, ground rent or council tax are appilicable
  • Find out why the property is for sale and how long it has been on the market for - this can be an indicator of underlying issues with the property, the neighbours or the area in general.
  • Find out what the seller's timescale is for moving. A short time scale may assist in your bargaining.
  • Find out whether or not the sellers are in a chain.
  • Find out exactly what is included in the sale, e.g. carpets, curtains, oven, washing machine etc.
  • If you're a first time buyer, tell the seller - any offer that you make might be more readily accepted if the seller knows that you can move faster than someone in a chain.
  • Don't get too attached to a property until you know it's definitely yours. This helps you keep an open mind on other places you look at.