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Here at Falcon we would like to show our very own, huge, appreciation to the NHS and key workers for all that they have done for so many over the past 12 months particularly. Therefore, if you are working for the NHS, and or, are a key worker and are looking to sell your property, we now offer a fabulous 25% reduction off our selling fees ( off our standard rate of 1.5% + vat and subject to a minimum fee of £1440 including vat ( £1200 + vat ). Available to all new clients form the 1st of May 2021. You will still get our superb suite of marketing that we put in place for our valued clients such as the awesome 3D virtual tours and video walkthroughs together with professional quality photographs. You will also benefit from premium Listings on Rightmove and a feature property advert. All our properties are showcased on Rightmove, Zoopla and On The Market.
Also, If you are a landlord with a property to let, you are a key worker and or work for the NHS, we now offer 25% off of our standard Fully Managed fees for 6 months, along with a free Landlord Transfer Service. This is to bring your property (or properties) form your existing letting agent across to us! This is based on our standard managed fee of 12%. If you are looking to use our tenant find only service, we are offering a 25% reduction on our standard fee. This makes this service just £450! You will still get our superb suite of marketing that we put in place for our valued landlords such as the awesome 3D virtual tours and video walkthroughs together with professional quality photographs.
So, hopefully, this is us going someway to saying thank you to these amazing workers out there and to help in any way that we can.
Please click on this link for more amazing discounts available to NHS and key workers https://www.healthstaffdiscounts.co.uk/town.aspx?t=Plymouth
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Late last night the government decided to ease restrictions where the English property market is concerned. Whilst media reports state it’s business as usual today we are still waiting for more specific guidance in how we can carry out our job in a safe and professional manner.

The health and well being of our staff, clients and viewers is of the upmost importance, so rushing the doors open would be the wrong thing to do during this pandemic as I know all of us do not want to create a second peak in the virus.
We will of course keep you updated throughout the next 24 hours as more information comes to light. In the meantime please do not hesitate to contact us, to discuss any property related matters, we have virtual viewings available and are still here to carry out virtual valuations.

Stay Safe and we will update you again soon.

DIY Jobs

Now it’s time to consider a bit of DIY

Detail is crucial and the sale of your home could be hampered by simple little things that you might have stopped paying attention too. Your thought could be "I will get around to those jobs later".  Well, if you are thinking of selling now is the time to get these jobs done. 

Look at your house as if you had the eyes of a prospective buyer and think about what you would look at, what would impress you and what would cause you to be unimpressed? Make a list and set to work, getting the house ready. Tiny details make a big impression. Below are a few bits to watch out for:

● Replace broken light bulbs or light fittings
● Fix leaky taps and plugs
● If it cannot be cleaned, then replace grout or reseal your bath. 
● Fix doors and drawers that don't open or close properly
● Check your window handles and make sure all windows open and close properly and easy.
● Repair cracks in the walls and ceilings.
● Touch-up paint and repaint altogether where necessary (in a neutral colour)
● Think about removing any busy wallpaper, it might look lovely to you, but will it put a buyer off? Remove it and then paint the walls, don’t just paint over the wallpaper, it will be noticeable.
● Think about replacing rugs or carpets that have had their day, will these cause a buyer to see this as an immediate job and a cost they have to spend the moment they move in? Also replacing cushion covers, bedspreads and curtains that might be worn to maintain your home looks fresh.

These small changes can make a big difference to the sale of your property, so make a list and set to work, you won't be disappointed when it comes to selling your property.

I hope a few of these hints and tips help during this period of lockdown and when this is all done, your property will be ready to bring to the market, in tip top condition. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will be happy to help. In the meantime, if you would like to organise a facetime valuation of your home we would be delighted to assist.

Please continue to Stay Safe.

The Exterior

We find the best thing to do is to stand and look at the outside of your home. Obviously, it's best to do this when you return from your exercise. Look at your house and compare it to your neighbours' properties.

Decluttering Your Home

Remember, a house is meant to feel warm and inviting, to attract the buyer into thinking this is somewhere they can see themselves living. Remember, your house could          become their new home. 

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