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Would You Use A Property Locator?

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Hi all, this is my first post on here.

I'm looking to buy a house within the next three months and have been searching properties online. I find it time consuming and any that I have found online turn out to be unsuitable when i've went to view them. I work long hours and can't devote much time to house hunting. My friend told me about property locators which find suitable properties for you and I'm considering hiring one.

Has anyone got experience of using this service or know of anyone who has used it and if so, would you reccommend using a property locator?

Ps. I currently rent a one bed in London, and I'm looking to buy similiar.

Thanks.

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Hi all, this is my first post on here.

I'm looking to buy a house within the next three months and have been searching properties online. I find it time consuming and any that I have found online turn out to be unsuitable when i've went to view them. I work long hours and can't devote much time to house hunting. My friend told me about property locators which find suitable properties for you and I'm considering hiring one.

Has anyone got experience of using this service or know of anyone who has used it and if so, would you reccommend using a property locator?

Ps. I currently rent a one bed in London, and I'm looking to buy similiar.

Thanks.

I am thinking of moving soon too and after looking at sites like Rightmove and Prime Location, find myself getting incredibly frustrated by not being able to find exactly what I want. Maybe what I want isn't available, who knows? Contact the agents, but all they send you is property you are NOT interested in. I would use a property locator, as long as they had a good reputation

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Why with the internet would anybody pay somebody a fee to "find" them a property that they can buy.

Just be a bit more organised about it. Take notes and be clearer to yourself about what you want to buy.

Usual caveat that if you buy now you will lose money unless you intend to stay there for a good ten years.

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