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Mansons Social June 25, 2020
     

House hunting in 2020

 

As the fourth month of lockdown in the UK draws to a close and businesses have started to open their doors, unsurprisingly many people are now considering relocating and moving home. With working from home becoming the norm for many people, we now have new requirements for our living spaces, let Mansons help you find your new home.

Search Online

Once you’ve established a budget for your new home it’s time to start your search and have a browse through our property portfolio in your desired area. This gives you an idea of what is on the market and is realistics for your means.

Viewings and Digital Tools

Once you’ve found some options you’re happy with, contact us to arrange a virtual viewing, Mansons has virtual tools available to conduct successful virtual viewings and guide you through the property, while answering any questions you may have along the way. The benefit of viewing a property virtually is that you can decide whether it seems like the right investment for you and if you could imagine yourself there before physically seeing the property. There is also the added benefit of organising multiple viewings on one day from the comfort of your living room!

Health and Safety

If you’ve chosen a property that you’d like to see in person, rest assured that Mansons has a thorough COVID-19 Health and Safety Policy as well as a comprehensive online health assessment form that must be submitted before any face to face viewing. Copies of these can be found on our website. Our priority is keeping our staff, clients and customers safe, even when lockdown restrictions have eased slightly, we want to keep everyone involved safe.

If you have any questions about housing viewing or virtual viewings, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and a member of the team can explain the process to you.

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