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Does your property brochure need a refresh for 2013?

When it comes to a property brochure for your home, you shouldn’t settle for anything but the crème de la crème. Your brochure is an essential tool that viewers will use to get a feel of the lifestyle they can … Continue reading

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Does your agent believe in brochures? Are you sure?

For those of you that have been reading my blog for a while, you’ll know that the subject of property brochures is close to my heart, and one that I really feel passionate about.  I believe wholeheartedly that a beautiful … Continue reading

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Where’s your fold?

No, I’m not being personal, I’m talking about your online property advert! Take a moment to find your house on Rightmove or one of the other property portals, and tell me what can see, without scrolling down the page.  Web … Continue reading

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Three simple things you can do today to get more viewings

I spoke to a lady recently who hadn’t had a viewing in six months; another gentleman seller called me who had been trying to sell his house for three years, and in all that time had only had three viewings. … Continue reading

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How I Put My Money Where My Mouth Is

I’ve just sold my house.  Not the one I live in, but a little cottage I bought, renovated, and then because of the banking crash in 2007, I had to rent out for a few years.  When the tenant moved … Continue reading

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Your New Year’s Resolution – selling your home?

Hello, Happy New Year and welcome back! Have you resolved to sell your home in 2012?  It is going to be a tough year, as all the experts are telling us.  It’s generally predicted to be a quiet year on … Continue reading

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Motorbikes and trainers

I once was asked by a client to help him sell his beautiful 18th Century oak-framed barn in Cheshire.  Despite selling a home in the £500,000 plus bracket, my client was still only in his twenties, having been initiated into … Continue reading

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Good times or bad, why your property marketing has to be the very best

Today’s blog is courtesy of our south-west consultant, Claire Thatcher. When times are good, market activity is high, and there are plenty of buyers for plenty of houses – so why should they choose your house? When times aren’t so … Continue reading

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Best of the Best: Grand Design in Bath

This beautiful new build home in Bath is a real lesson in how to showcase a property for sale.  New homes can be difficult to market; either the builder risks trying to sell them empty, or invests in staging.  Really … Continue reading

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Is the grass greener on the other side?

This blog post is courtesy of our lovely office manager, Hellen, who sees an awful lot of very bad photography! I took a call from a potential client today in the office.  One of our consultant’s had been to see … Continue reading

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