If you’ve decided you want to move, you could be thinking the same as thousands of other homeowners: there’s nothing on the market, so you’ll wait to put your home up for sale until you find your next one.
It’s an entirely understandable view, but from talking to many sellers, it’s clear that they aren’t necessarily aware of all the risks and potential costs of trying to find a property without being under offer first.
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In this episode Jim Parker talks to Richard Cook about his initial vision when he first started out in the 90’s in property investment. How it was so important to understand the long-term objectives, set goals and what he did to keep that dream alive including using that experience to how he would do it step by step today if he was starting out for the first time.
“As soon as I saw the photo, I knew it was the one!”
Such is the power of photography, and as a potential buyer’s first introduction to your home, it can make or break a sale.
Given how influential photos are, it’s surprising how many property listings have wonky, blurred or dark images – worse than many selfies! In fact, poor photography regularly crops up whenever we meet someone who’s having trouble selling.