Top tips to get the most out of a show homes visit

    By Bea Patel, TLE Property Editor and Director of Shop for an Agent

    For many, visiting show homes are a great way to get inspired and pick up some useful tips and ideas on how to optimise space in your home, make furniture fit and how best to incorporate current design trends into your home.

    And as the August bank holiday approaches, what better time to hit show homes, get inspired and explore the new communities. It’s a good opportunity to pick up some fresh interior design ideas, and developer David Wilson Homes share their five top tips to consider when viewing a show home:

    Be prepared

    Think about what you’re looking for in your new home. It’s good to have a clear idea before you start looking. What features will you require; a certain number of bedrooms, a garden, car parking? Have a list of essential and desirable criteria to help Sales Advisers match you with the perfect home.

    Make the most of the Sales Advisers

    The Sales Advisers are there to help and really know their stuff, so make the most of them! Why not book an appointment and allow an Adviser to show you around the show homes, as well as taking a tour by yourself? They can point out features which match your needs. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and get the information you need.

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