To book a property viewing then please contact us on 0843 308 3785 we will then contact the vendor and put forward your suggested viewing time and date.
There is a short viewing guide below, if you have any questions then please contact us.
If you can, don't go alone. Take with you a level headed friend who you can view and discuss the property with. They may notice things you do not, you are also safer viewing a property with a friend.
Arrange viewings during specific times of the day. You will get an idea of the area, traffic and noise levels. For example, 08:00 weekday viewing will give you an idea of morning commuters, 15:30 weekday viewing will give you an idea of school run traffic and 17:30 weekday will give you an idea of afternoon commuter traffic.
You may wish to ask questions about average utility and council tax bills.
Consider the shape of the rooms, especially in period properties, as they may have irregular walls.
Ask the sellers why they are moving.
Enquire as to what is included in the sale
Examine any appliances/items included in the sale. Pay special attention to the boiler and central heating system. Ask when it was last serviced?
Check the roof. Thatched roofs can be expensive to replace, asbestos roofs have to be removed professionally.
How's the properties security? Any obvious issues which will need sorting out immediately. E.g. if there is a path to the rear of the property, is there a lockable side gate?
If you see too many properties one after the other, you will find it hard remembering which property is which. We advise minimum of 48 hrs between each viewing when possible.
Take pictures and make notes of each property you view, this will help you when it comes to making the decision on which property to make an offer on.