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I thought your area was quiet? Avoid the commute, and other stories…

When it comes to potential buyers viewing your home, you may think any time is best. If your home is in tip top condition, what’s the problem? While your home may be a glowing example of property perfection, there are … Continue reading

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How big should your brochure be?

Sometimes I look at a client’s property brochure in despair.  It can be a beautiful, rambling country house full of character, and for reasons only known to the estate agent in question, he is attempting to market it with a … Continue reading

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Lessons from Wimbledon: #3 Adapt

Continuing our Lessons from Wimbledon lessons – today, lesson number 3. In his book, Adapt – Why Success Always Starts With Failure – Tim Harford explains we must adapt—improvise rather than plan, work from the bottom up rather than the … Continue reading

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Lessons from Wimbledon: #2 Innovate

Continuing our Lessons from Wimbledon lessons – today, lesson number 2. The top tennis players are creative in their game.  They innovate continually, coming up with new moves, slices, serves and techniques in a constant effort to improve their game. … Continue reading

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Great Expectations

The outside of your house says a lot more about its inhabitants than you might think.  Your garden gate, front door, style of windows and even your house name plate, all give clues about “Who lives in a house like … Continue reading

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Best of the Best – the wow factor in a thumbnail

Lots of our HomeTruths’ clients tell us that their homes are difficult to photograph.  It’s certainly true that a poor main image will mean less viewings are booked, but there are lots of ways of making sure that your ‘leading … Continue reading

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First impressions

In my opinion, it should be your agent who accompanies viewings on your house.  However, there may be times when this is impossible, for example, weekends and evenings, and you may find yourself showing a prospective buyer around your home. … Continue reading

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