When you are viewing a property it's easy to get caught up in the moment and end up walking away without any of the important questions being answered.
It often helps to write a list of the things you want to find out before you visit the property. Take a pen and paper with you to make some notes as it's easy to forget things once you have left the property.
Your initial reaction to the property is important but don't forget the more practical things such as availability of utility services, the condition of windows and doors and amount of parking.
You may love the property but what is the local area like? Having a shop close by can be useful and do you need easy access to public transport?
It's easy to get caught up in the moment and excitement when looking around a property but don't forget to take your time and go through your list of questions.
Think about what you need the rooms for. Will your existing furniture fit or will you need to buy new things? Are there enough telephone and power points in the right locations?