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The press is currently full of mixed messages about the property market, especially in view of the various issues surrounding Brexit. Will the market rise, will it fall, is it a good or a bad time to move? Fortunately, we have remained extremely busy, and find ourselves in need of stock to support this demand.  

Most estate agents think that it’s ok to take their own photographs. Digital photography has improved everyone’s photographic skills, with instant previews quickly highlighting whether a picture will be good enough for property marketing. 

Three personally delicate factors that are known to prompt a property sale are debt, divorce, and death. Each one needs to be handled with sensitivity, discretion and care, especially when the last one, death, is involved.

There is a lot of talk and numerous TV programmes about home improvement and the benefits of presenting your property at its best when the time comes to sell.

Many estate agents will flatter you and promote themselves by claiming that they’ll get you the “highest price in the shortest possible time”. This is easy to say, but not so easy for most agents to justify or indeed deliver! Effective property sales involve a combination of great presentation, attractive pricing and effective marketing along with a host of other techniques that facilitate a successful sale.

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