The rural and village property specialists explain why it’s the ideal Ame to put your village property on the market.
It’s been a long time coming but summer is finally here and what better time could there be to launch your property onto the market? The longer days give homes fresh appeal, gardens are beginning to bloom and the emergence of nature, with birds singing merrily and trees in full blossom, breathes new life into communities.
Village properties have a particular charm at this time of the year and with more and more house hunters looking towards tranquil parishes, places such as Mawdesley, Lathom, Halsall, Aughton, Parbold and Scarisbrick are in high demand. Offering friendly, community-focused living, small schools, open country views and sufficient amenities, such highly desirable West Lancashire villages are attracting families, young couples and retirees alike.
For Armitstead Barnett, chartered surveyors, auctioneers, valuers and estate agents, marketing village properties is a speciality. With roots going back to the 1800s, the reliable and professional independent business is known for having overwhelming expertise in rural, village and character properties.
Working to the” three Ps” principle – professionally assessing the price; offering thorough, well thought out promotion and superb presentation – Armitstead Barnett’s strong team of country property specialists deliver sensible and swiW sales for their valued clients.
David Cowburn, one of the partners at Armitstead Barnett, said: “By combining traditional business values with the benefits of modern technology, we provide our clients with a complete service to sell their property as efficiently as possible. We feel it’s important to utilise every weapon in our armoury – it’s our job to sell properties and we’d be doing clients a disservice if we didn’t do everything in our power to do so.”
Employing professional photography services and making use of specialist marketing websites, Armitstead Barnett give each of the properties on their books a prominent platform on which to shine.
“We ensure that our rural and village properties are marketed effectively, as we’re aware that the traditional ‘For Sale’ sign may not be viewed as oWen in less traversed corners of the area. The internet is a great forum for garnering interest, but we believe it’s just as important for our team to have personal knowledge of the requirements of the poten-al buyers on our books – being proac-ve can make all the difference,” explained David.
With spring in the air, why not spring into action and get your rural, village or character property on the market with Armitstead Barnett, the rural property professionals? Simple give them a call to set the wheels in motion.