Tag Archives: buyer

What we can’t have, we want all the more

Ladies, have you ever visited say, Debenhams, no money to spend, and only seen the most beautiful dresses and shoes?  If only you had some spare money, you would surely find the perfect outfit.  But walk into the same department … Continue reading

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Who should buy your house?

This great post is courtesy of Bronwyn Durand, director of JupiterJasper   A home is another member of your household. It’s the scene for dramas and joys, of discoveries and growth and change of people – of families. Your story … Continue reading

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Selling your house is like a dating game?

Thanks to our lovely Campaign Manager, Inesse Dunn, for this super blog post. Many of our HomeTruths’ clients come to us for help, as they have lost trust in their estate agent. In order to sell your house successfully, it’s … Continue reading

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Seeing your house through a buyer’s eyes

“Why do you have so many hairbrushes?”, asked our good family friend yesterday, who is stopping with us for three weeks. I turned around to check what he was talking about and my eyes landed on a familiar yellow glass … Continue reading

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What are you really selling?

The Chief Executive of Black & Decker once said: “People don’t go into a DIY store because they need one of our drills.  They go in because they need a hole in the wall.” Ask Wonderbra what it is that … Continue reading

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