#MyPropertyStories - ALWAYS ring the door bell

Posted on 10 Jul, 2020

Next up on #MyPropertyStories – a couple of viewing stories from Michael Day, from Integra Property Services and Director of Teclet.

Michael shares a couple of mishaps from his early days of being an Agent – let’s just say it was a solid reminder for him to ALWAYS ring the doorbell before entering a property.

The 5 P’s he speaks about for planning a property visit are clearly important, but we’ll let him do the talking…

Enjoy!

Thank you, Michael, for sharing your #MyPropertyStories.

We would love to hear from you if you have a tale to tell – funny, informative, try us.

Contact the team: marketing@viewber.co.uk – let’s get sharing.

 

                                                            

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