If you have a house to sell, I would generally suggest you compile a shortlist of properties that you would view when you are ready to step it up a gear. If you have a house to sell and it is not on the market, you may find that not all vendors will consider a viewing.
To start out with I must say I am an animal lover…
However, in my experience many potential purchasers are uncomfortable with animals in property when they view.
The first thing we consider when looking at value is the postcode. It’s like they say Location, Location, Location. Some areas are more in demand and some areas have more potential growth, but they all have a rating in the hierarchy of the Norfolk property market.
What is a click through rate? Well, it’s pretty much the bench mark of Estate Agency these days when it comes to your homes performance review!
We pride ourselves on the best presentation. Below you will see the difference presentation can make to a sale. On the left are the photos of one of our competition, then on the right you can see how we presented the same property. The other agent had a 3 week head start on us, however, we sold the house to a buyer who was really […]
The Norwich market generally works on an average of 1 offer to every 8 or 9 viewings. This is not an exact science but throughout the last year or so these are the figures that I have been seeing. However the viewings themselves are like busses and when they start coming, they generally keep on going… If they don’t start however, you may not see […]