Imagine you’re looking for a property; see one on the internet; like the look of it – the size, location, specs … even the price. At this point you’re quite excited, so you get in touch with the agent and arrange a viewing. On the appointed day you set eyes on the home ‘in the flesh’ so to speak, and first impressions are favourable, very favourable.
You look around you and could imagine yourself living here, then step through the front door and find yourself liking the interior too. Already, you could see yourself in here, amid your furniture and personal belongings, using this room for that, decorating and changing things to suit your taste. It’s all looking so good, your enthusiasm is rising and you’ve noticed your significant other is feeling the same way. You can also be ‘blinded’ by the view and the current owner’s possessions, plus the homely smell of coffee and baking! Continue reading