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Let Buyers See Your Front Door

When a potential buyer sees a photograph of your house, they will have an emotional reaction to it, to some degree.  The reaction may be positive or negative; it may be indifference, which will probably cause them to dismiss your … Continue reading

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What Women Want

This week, I received a call from someone who has a beautiful, architect-designed home for sale in Lancashire.  A very unusual home, it’s a cross between a Huf House (do Google it if you haven’t come across them) and an … 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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Copy that crackles with emotion

When an estate agent describes a house he’s selling, in a brochure or online, you’ll see he uses words that are found almost nowhere else in the English language: “benefiting from”, “dual aspect lounge” or “located in a premier turning” … Continue reading

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