Mar 22, 2021
2 min read
Looking to buy, rent or sell? The latest official guidance states that property viewings can take place and that you’re able to move home.
It’s strongly recommended to view the property virtually first. This will help give you a better idea of whether you want to view the property in person or not and could reduce the number of viewings you need to book.
Prior to a viewing, your agent will likely let you know what they are doing to keep homeowners and viewers safe. This may include asking you some questions for example, if you have been away, if you or anyone in your household has symptoms of COVID-19, or if you’ve been in close contact with someone with COVID-19.
To help you understand what to expect when hosting or attending a viewing, we’ve created a simple set of guidelines based on government guidance.
Selling or letting your property? Your agent will be able to help you prepare for viewings, but here are some safety guidelines to follow.
If you’re going to view a property to buy or rent, you must follow the government guidelines to ensure it goes as smoothly as possible. While your Estate Agent may give you a rundown of what you need to do, here’s what to expect:
Whether you’re hosting a viewing or attending one, following these guidelines will help you do so in a way that prioritises your safety and that of everyone involved. You can find the full government guidance on property viewings here.