What should people look out for when viewing a house and what should they compromise on?
What should people look out for when viewing a house and what should they compromise on?
Posted by: Sam Edington - 27/06/2018
We would always recommend engaging a surveyor to establish the building’s structural integrity but before doing so, and incurring professional fees, do look for obvious signs of damp, structural cracks and the general condition of the property.
Beyond that assess the property for how it will meet your needs today and how it might be adapted to meet your needs in the future.  Compromise on things you can change over time and challenge yourself to be flexible on things you think are ‘must-haves’ or ‘absolutely nots’.
For more advice or help, contact Sam Edington 
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