So, you've decided to take the plunge and start looking for your first home. Congratulations!  
This is an exciting time in your life.  
However, it can also be a bit overwhelming, especially if you're not sure what to expect during the property viewing process.  
In this blog post, we will walk you through everything you need to know about viewing properties.  
We'll explain what to expect at a viewing, what to look out for, and what not to worry about.  
Plus, we'll give you some tips on how to prepare for a viewing and what to bring with you.  
Are you ready? Let's get started! 
So, you like the look of a property you have seen for sale, but what should you do next? 
The next step is to book a viewing so that you can take a closer look at the property and get a feel for it. 
To book a viewing, all you need to do is call the Estate (Or Letting) agent that is listing the property.  
Once you have booked a viewing, the estate agent will give you a time and date to come and see the property. 
When you arrive at the property for your viewing, the Estate Agent will let you in and give you a quick tour.  
They will then leave you to have a look around by yourself. This is your chance to really get a feel for the property and imagine yourself living there.  
Make sure to take your time and really look around.  
Once you have had a good look, the Estate Agent will come back and answer any questions you may have. 
There are a few things to keep in mind when viewing properties.  
Firstly, try to picture the property without any furniture.  
This will help you to get a better sense of the size and layout of the rooms.  
Secondly, pay attention to any potential problem areas, such as damp patches on the walls. These are things that you will need to get sorted out before you move in.  
Thirdly, think about how much natural light the property gets. This is something that can be easily overlooked but can make a big difference to your day-to-day life. 
Once you have viewed the property, it's time to start thinking about making an offer. If you decide that you would like to make an offer, the Estate Agent will put your offer forward to the seller.  
They will then come back to you with the seller's response. At this point, you can either accept the offer, negotiate a new offer, or walk away from the property.  
And remember, you don't need to make an offer straight away. You can always take some time to think about it and talk things over with your family or friends before making a decision. 
We hope that this blog post has been helpful and that you now feel more prepared for your first property viewing.  
Just remember to take your time, ask lots of questions, and trust your gut. Good luck! 
If you would like any further advice or have any more questions please contact us, we are here to help! 
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