How to Conduct Your Own Viewings


It’s a well known fact that selling your home can be a long and tedious process. With many steps to go through and countless people to involve, it can often seem like you will never get your hands on those sought-after new keys.

Luckily, with the 21st Century came a much more modern approach to selling and buying homes. Soon to be gone are the days of the traditional estate agents, everyman dressed as ‘local agents’ and extortionate agent fees to leave you weak at the knees.

During a time where we are able to buy and sell products all at the touch of our fingertips, it is only natural that the property market becomes more innovative and technology focused. Making it easier for buyers and sellers to connect directly and complete their property journey all in the comfort of one, simple place. 

To give power and control back to consumers is the mission of proptech start up, Settled. Through their intuitive dashboard, Settled have removed the need for a middleman, allowing sellers to connect directly with buyers to the extent of arranging viewings and negotiating offers. For those requiring a little help along the way, an expert customer experience team is on hand six days week to guide customers through every step. All for an industry leading price of £399.

The platform also allows sellers to conduct their own property viewings, something which is a new experience to some. As homeowners, sellers are the most qualified when it comes to showing potential buyers around their home. They naturally know the best parts of the house, what it’s like in different seasons and everything the buyer needs to know about the local area. Still, conducting their own viewings can still be seen as venturing slightly into the unknown. With a range of things to arrange to make sure the house is looking it’s best, there can be a lot to remember. To help, Settled put together a handy infographic to take sellers through all the steps to make sure their viewing goes off without a glitch

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