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Property viewings: 9 tips for finding 'the one'

Fri 09 Mar 2018

1.  The house fits all your basic needs

‘The one’ will meet each of the basic requirements you have set for your home.

 

2. You begin to think about your future in the home

When you find yourself imagining your life five or ten years down the line when going from room to room, this is a good sign that you have found ‘the one’.

 

3. You can afford it

Any house can be your dream home, but ‘the one’ for you has to be a home you can afford.


4. You feel like the property is yours before you even buy it

The moment you walk into the property you will envision the home as your own.


5. You’re excited to talk about it

If you get excited talking about the home to your friends or family, this is a good way to know you’ve found ‘the one’.


6. You feel safe

Your safety is a key factor when considering where to live, so you’ll only want to live in a home where you feel completely safe.


7. You’ll want to stop looking at other homes

All the other homes you’ve been looking at will no longer appeal to you, and everywhere will seem insignificant.


8. You don’t want to leave

If you can’t stay away from the house it might be time to make it your own. Driving by unnecessarily, showing up at every open house or lingering after viewings are signs that you’re ready to seal the deal.


9. Every thought in your mind tells you to buy that house

Every thought in your head says this is the perfect house for you.


To read the full article please visit http://www.rightmove.co.uk/news/articles/industry-news/property-viewings-8-tips-for-how-you-know-youve-found-the-one/

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Ed Phillips - Vendor and Purchaser