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Phil Spencer shares 9 steps you must take before buying a new build house or flat

Piece for the Daily Star:

Looking to buy a new build house or flat?

There’s some steps you should take before setting your heart on a property.

From negotiation to checking warranties, these tips should help you prevent disappointment.

TV personality and property expert Phil Spencer revealed this important information on a Zoopla blog.

Check out his top tips below.

1. Negotiate

Don’t be afraid to bargain for a better deal. Come prepared by doing your homework.

To see the rest of Phil Spencer’s top tips on buying a house, click here.

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