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Mon 13 Jan 2014
1. Bright and beautiful
The short days and lack of sunlight during the day can make properties feel dark and dreary but lighting will make all the difference. Make sure the hall, living room and all outside lights are on before your viewers arrive. First impressions count and seeing lights on as you arrive at a property will make it feel homely.
2. Warm and welcoming
Even if the property is standing empty, keep the heating on. Having a timed morning and evening heat should keep your property dry and combat damage that could occur if pipes freeze. At the very least, heat the property through 20 minutes before your first viewing so that potential tenants can view it in comfort.
3. Clean and tidy
Mud and fallen leaves will find their way into your property. Make sure the path to the front door is swept and free of leaves. Ideally you should also clean the hallway before and after