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You do not want to risk going through the process of purchasing a home and then finding out you have overlooked important points to consider.  It is vital therefore to know what to look out for when making a decision to purchase a home.

Broadband Connection

There are many benefits to living in a rural area but one issue is often the quality of the broadband connection. You should consider the broadband speed in your area and for your property and what options there are available to upgrade this speed if it is an issue. You can find out yourbroadband connection speed

Phone Signal

There are still areas that have poor phone signal and this can be a cause of chaos and frustration. Make sure to check your network coverage in your area and in the home when you are walking around and see if any rooms see a significant drop off in phone signal. You can check your phone signal coverage.

Market Information

It is helpful to check out the local property market performance over the last 5 years and sales prices. Make sure you check how long the property has been on the market and whether there have been any price reductions. You should also consider the broader property market and any changes that have happened (or are scheduled to happen) to the location you’re looking. This sort of information will help inform you as to how much to offer for the property.

If you are a looking to sell or let your property, then please call us on 0333 6000 060  to speak to a local property expert to arrange a free no obligation market appraisal.

 

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