Thu 26 May 2016
Whether you have just begun the first leg of your moving journey or have been looking for your dream home for what seems like an eternity, one of our biggest tips is not to just rely on Rightmove to send you new properties, you could really be missing out.
Get ahead of competing buyers
Quite possibly for every property you have your heart set on, there could be four other people equally determined to buy it. If you want to find the place of your dreams, you can’t just sit back and hope for the best.
Take this property in West Bridgford (a super sought-after area of Nottingham) for example, it was under offer with us in JUST 3 DAYS with 22 viewings and 8 parties offering!
Get to know your local estate agents
Nothing is more frustrating than to see your dream home in your desired location sold before you even knew it was for sale! The likelihood is that the buyer who got in there before you, has got to know their local estate agents' well and joined their mailing lists.
Find out about ‘hush, hush’ & ‘coming soon’ properties
By joining the John German mailing list, we go the extra mile to give you the ‘heads up’ on properties which are coming soon.
We love to talk property, so the more you speak to us and tell us what you are looking for, the better.
- When something new comes in we will send you a text/email or give you a call to see if you would like a viewing before anyone else.
- Also some sellers’ like to sell their properties discretely so by being on our mailing list you will also hear about the ‘hush hush’ properties – the houses we sell on a low profile basis (no Internet, for sale board or newspaper advertising).
LET'S GET STARTED!
Speak to one of lovely members of staff at your local branch and JOIN OUR MAILING LIST TODAY
"Stuart, Sheila and myself pass on our heartfelt thanks to you and the staff at John German Estate Agents for the very professional way in which you have dealt with the sale of our property. We are somewhat amazed at the speed at which everything has progressed to completion. This we believe, to a great extent, is due to the way in which the property has been presented by you and the staff. "