The Proper Wizard is only available to members. You are welcome to use this basic layout - if you want to do it at a tenth of the speed of the real wizard...
The wizard guides you through each stage of your property advert
There is no particular order you have to follow but we suggest you do it like this:
You might want to say who your property might be SUITED TO
Spice it up by inserting some adjectives as and when you like. You can use these classic property DESCRIPTIVE WORDS (eg your "Victorian house" becomes "Bright and well maintained Victorian House"). Don't add in too many. About One per line is fine.
You can add in some general USEFUL PHRASES
There are also some general phrases for FLATS
Then review what you've done. Check the punctuation. You may need to join up the words and phrases you choose by adding some "withs... ands.. includings" etc (Tip: Shorter punchier sentences work best).
When you've finished making up your property description read it aloud to yourself. That way it's much easier to pick up on any bits that need improving. Make changes and read it aloud again.
Don't worry too much about getting it perfect. "Good enough is good enough". The important thing is to get it online asap and catch the buyers. You can make changes to it at anytime simply by logging into your account.
A good idea might be to search for a similar property on Fish4 homes and propertyfinder to yours (ie by number of bedrooms and price). Learn from how the professionals do it.
Read how Estate Agents turn negatives to positive with Estate Agent euphemisms
Immediately give your worksheet a name. This means it will be saved and you won't lose it if there's a glitch.
As you add phrases to your workseet, keep saving your work by pressing the keys Ctrl and S. This means it is constantly saved and there's no risk of losing your work if your computer crashes.