Viewing a property is an exciting opportunity for not only the potential buyer, but the seller also. It is a great way to show off the best aspects of the property whilst also having the opportunity to envision building your life and your future in this space too.
Within many situations, there are ways to act and ways to not. Perhaps you’re preparing for your first property viewing. If you are, take a look at our list of how to behave on a property viewing.
First impressions count, you do not want to start the viewing off wrong by being or looking unorganised. This can easily be avoided. As a seller, remove clutter and mess before the viewing day to enable the buyer to imagine themselves in the property. Ensure stairs and walkways are clear and tidy.
If you have any pets, try to leave them with loved ones of friends to ensure the property is kept clean and tidy for the viewing.
Avoid Negotiations During Viewing
A viewing is a great way to show off the property, but that doesn’t mean it is the right time to negotiate the asking price. Negotiations should be discussed with our professional team after viewing the property.
Avoid Being Over-Familiar
Being polite is the most obvious way to behave during a property viewing, but it is also important to remember to be strictly professional throughout without seeming over-friendly. This could be the difference of a sale.
If you’re looking for help to sell your property, Click Estate Agents can help. Our team has over 20 years’ experience in the property market and we can advise you on just about anything, from selling, letting or buying, we have it covered!
If you’re looking to sell your property, get in touch with us today and we will be happy to help!