It will soon be Spring, and Bramhope is looking so pretty, particularly with all the flowering cherry trees – Long Meadows is about to look stunning as it does every year . Gardens are starting to look beautiful too and with lighter nights for viewings when the clocks go forward next week, if you are selling your home, it really is the ideal time for making first impressions count.

Kerb appeal is a term used to describe the attractiveness of the exterior of a residential property as viewed from the street, and, is used as an indicator of the initial appeal of the property and what potentially it could look like inside.

How the outside of your home looks can have a massive impact on what a potential buyer may think about your home as well as boosting its value and potentially securing a quicker sale – if you provide the wow factor from the outside then viewers will be excited and hopeful for the viewing inside- if you disappoint right from the offset then it will take twice as long to win people over.

How many houses may you have discounted in the past simply because you didn’t like the look of the house from the outside?

So why does it matter? The front exterior shot is the most commonly used ‘lead’ photograph on the property portals, and the one that shows up in search results. Its main job is to get people to click on your property to find out more information about the rest of the house. If the main image is not enticing then you will have a lower click through rate, and fewer potential buyers.

Kerb appeal is really important for viewings arranged by your Estate Agent, but equally as important for one that might take place on a ‘drive-by’.

Good Kerb appeal needs to be maintained for the whole time your house is on the market, not just for the initial photographs. If you use David Phillip Estate Agents to sell your home though then there is also the benefit of choosing 3d virtual tours, which means that your home needs staging properly once – which is a huge benefit.

So here are a few tips to improve your home’s Kerb appeal when you are selling:-

- Fix any tired or broken gates, not a very good impression if the viewer struggles to access the property, and whilst you are at it, repair any fence panels too.

- Your pathway is the journey to your home so keep it swept, remove any cracked paving stones and ensure borders look pretty (a well- kept exterior suggests a well- kept interior) and, if it is summer ensure you have a well-watered hanging basket on show.

- Your front door can say a lot about the inside of the property, make it a focal point, does it give a welcoming impression as well as a secure one? – is it well painted and are the door furnishings classy and polished too? Antique shops are great for discovering unusual hardware to improve the look of your door.

- Are you able to see the house number clearly, (there’s nothing worse for a viewer having to drive round and round before they can find your house for the viewing!).

- Adding a fresh coat of paint costs relatively little but will add colour and character to the entrance of your home, if your front door is uPVC, ensure it is well cleaned and make sure your door bell works too.

- Ensure your windows and paintwork look tidy and clean grubby glass panes.

- Add some extra lighting to the front door – and if you haven’t any lights, use an Estate Agent that can provide a photographic enhancement service, this can turn the darkest of doors into a light filled entrance. Always pick a pair of matching lights as symmetry is important

- If the dustbins happen to be at the front of the house then ensure they have been removed or are not overflowing to look unsightly.

- If your car is parked at the front of the house then move it for the viewing and especially for when the professional photographer is taking pictures – make it easy for the person doing the viewing to park, this will also show that the street is not overcrowded with vehicles.

- The Estate Agent is responsible for the For Sale board, but there is nothing that looks worse than when a board has blown over or is standing at an angle – ensure your agent uses a board company that has a full tracking service, so if there is anything amiss with the board, then this will ensure and immediate fix.

It is easy to increase the Kerb appeal of your property by undertaking these small improvements – a fresh attractive exterior could add as much as 10% to the value of your home, as well as helping to secure a quicker sale.

So, if you want to sell your home in North Leeds, call an Estate Agent that will not only list your house on all the main property but also help present your house in the best way too. T: 01134 676 400 w: e: a: 86, Leeds Road, Bramhope, Leeds

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According to Rightmove, Spring is traditionally the time when most people look at properties to buy on the Rightmove portal.

At David Phillip Estate Agents we always provide tips on how to make your property ‘show-home’ ready, however if you don’t want to be spending day after day doing housework, it is possible to do it all in one day! – so here goes – the one day Spring Clean! – and now might be the ideal time ready for Easter.

Before you start

The night before your big spring clean gather all your supplies in a bucket, include any cleaning products, rubber gloves, bin liners, baking powder and white wine vinegar plus your most upbeat CD’s to keep you motivated.

Plan your meals for the day, have a healthy breakfast, throw something in the slow cooker or choose a takeaway! – whatever meal you plan, you won’t want to be cooking at the end of your mammoth cleaning day – keep some snacks on hand too and put a nice chilled bottle of wine in the fridge to enjoy afterwards!

Start with an empty dishwasher, washer and dryer. Before you start on each individual room collect blankets, throws rugs and pillows and put them in the washing machine

Clean light fixtures and window blinds – spray windows with a glass cleaner and spray and wipe all the mirrors too.

The Bathroom

So you are ready to start on the first room – the bathroom.

Descale taps and chrome fittings, especially if you are in an area that has hard water, not only will limescale make the fittings look awful, but by leaving this you are much more likely to have leaks and need to replace fittings too. If you leave limescale for a long time then it can become really difficult to remove – white wine vinegar is great for descaling – use a toothbrush for any tricky areas.

Next it is the bath – use a microfiber sponge to rub your cleaning products into the bath and shower - leave for about 30 mins before you rinse away

Grouting is there to stop the walls and floors getting wet, use baking soda and hot (not boiling water),dip in a toothbrush and scrub away!

Use natural products rather than chemical ones for the essential cleaning of the toilet – again baking powder and white wine vinegar is a natural thing to use - leave for 15 mins, scrub and flush – also change your toilet brush at this time and pour a few drops of essential oil into the holder – put essential oils in the bathroom bin too so that it stays fresh, but this can also be used as an antiseptic – always ventilate your bathroom well after cleaning.

Hair, beauty products and toothpaste can bung up the bath, shower and sink, again white wine vinegar and soda poured down the plughole can help – leave it for 30 mins before washing away with water.

Descale the shower head – fill a small sandwich bag with white wine vinegar, for best results leave overnight, you can wash a shower curtain on a gentle cycle in the washing machine.

If you have children, wash plastic toys in the dishwasher, but remember to remove any batteries first.

Don’t forget your makeup bag – if you haven’t used a product for a while then throw it out, the only exception is seasonal items – wash makeup brushes with shampoo ( I saw a video last week – these can be washed in a cooking sieve – really easy!).

The kitchen

Next onto the kitchen – oven cleaning is time intensive, but by putting bi-carbonate of soda into a water spray, this will give you your own handy oven cleaning solution (avoid the heating elements) – leave this overnight and wipe clean the next day (ok this bit takes you over the spring clean in one day!) spraying with vinegar to remove any remains – if you don’t fancy getting stuck into the oven then a professional cleaner may help with this one to save you time too.

Get your fridge sparking clean - stains, food matter and water can build up – again a toothbrush and toothpaste are great at removing – the chemicals found in toothpaste will help to remove stains easily. Clean your fridge on the day before you do your main shop

To get rid of any fridge odours, cut a lemon in half placing one half at the top and one on the bottom shelf – this will absorb any odours and leave your fridge smelling fresh – lemon also de-odourises microwaves too – just add to a cup of water and heat slowly.


The Bedroom

Revamp your wardrobe – separate your clothes into seasons, try on your outfits, do they still fit, if the answer is no, then get rid of by donating to charity or selling on e-bay.

For the clothes you want to keep, bag up if they are out if season and store somewhere .

A golden rule for clothes – trash, give-away, store or put away for use

Bedsheets can be cleansed by using bicarbonate of soda (which can also be used for cleaning the mattress – leave for 8 hours, vacum up any excess powder and your mattress will be as good as new)and wine vinegar as this can help breathe life back into them and help get rid of any lingering odours – make sure you rinse thoroughly afterwards though too, to get rid of the vinegar smell before using.

Deep clean your carpet, you’ll be surprised how much dirt, hair and dust can accumulate – remember to clean your vacuum cleaner beforehand.

Some final tips

Don’t use the same cloth around the house as this will hang onto grime from the previous surface – bathroom germs on kitchen counters is a definite NO

Feather dusters are notorious for spreading dust

Change your vacuum cleaner filter before your big spring clean

Clean a room from the top down

Don’t spray cleaner directly onto furniture as this can cause a build-up leading to greasy furniture and surfaces

Clean the washing machine - skin cells and dust mites can linger in the machine drum meaning that washing is being done in dirty water .

Don’t worry if you are selling your home and not fully decluttered

So your home should now be spic and span and decluttered – if you are looking to sell your home, don’t worry if you haven’t totally decluttered every room as at David Phillip Estate Agents in Bramhope, North Leeds we have some clever photographic techniques to do this for you and enhance the look of your property.

Free market Appraisal

So once you have undertaken your spring clean ‘in one day’ and are ready for marketing your home, book a free market appraisal with David Phillip FRICS t: 01134 676 400 w: e: A: David Phillip Estate Agents, Leeds Road, Bramhope, Leeds.

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The prices of homes being put up for sale in Britain have increased in annual terms for the first time in six months as demand from purchasers improve according to Rightmove.

The property portal said that asking prices for residential properties rose 0.1% in February compared a year earlier the first annual increase since August 2023.

Prices increased b y 0.9% from January, broadly in line with the 10 year average of a monthly rise in February.

The data also reveals that agreed sales in the first six weeks of 2024 are 16% higher than the same period last year, and 3% higher than the more normal market of 2019.

The growing market momentum is also evidenced by the increase in activity of both buyers and sellers on Rightmove with 7% more new listings coming to market than last year, and a 7% upturn in the number of buyers enquiring.

The market does though remain price sensitive and appears to be operating at two speeds – properties that area priced realistically are being snapped up by budget-conscious buyers, whilst over-priced properties are being left on the shelf.

Tim Bannister of Rightmove commented ‘we said that February would be an important indicator for the year ahead, and the question was whether the Rightmoove Boxing Day bounce in buyer activity would keep its spring into March or lose momentum. It’s proved to be the former, with the number of sales agreed continuing to considerably outstrip last year.

David Phillip commented ‘momentum to move in 2024 is continuing to build, buyers now have more choice of properties for sale and many are still price sensitive, with mortgage rates remaining somewhat elevated. Sellers who are serious about moving this year would be well advised to ride this wave of increased buyer confidence with an attractive asking price”.

David Phillip Estate Agents have 100% sales valuation accuracy according to the online portal AllAgents – this is key when looking to market your home.

If you are considering selling your home and would like a free-market appraisal call David Phillip FRICS on 01134 676 400

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Asking prices are back into positive territory as buyer and seller activity jump continuing with what promises to be a ‘tentatively promising start to the new year

According to the data from Rightmove, the number of sales agreed in the first 6 weeks of the year is 16% higher than in the corresponding period last year. However, the market remains price-sensitive, with many buyers still budget conscious.

The analysis shows that sellers who price right initially are far more likely to sell quickly.

Property mark CEO Nathan Emmerson commented “Our members continue to tell us that the market is gathering momentum, however people continue to be money conscious. Only serious buyers and sellers are making a move after finding middle ground in their affordability provided through a decrease in property prices helping combat any rises in interest rates”

David Phillip commented “there are growing signs that this will be a smoother year for those looking to buy and sell properties. More new vendors are now entering the market, with many adopting increased price expectations as a result of an increased demand from buyers. It is important that vendors price competitively but realistically when setting their asking price”.

The start of the year has seen renewed optimism and positive sentiment in the wake of a further pause in interest rates – this optimism turns into confidence which is translating to more buyers and sellers coming to market.

The surge in activity can also be attributed to the decreasing and now stabilising mortgage rates. Many people who stalled on a house move last year amid uncertainty are now starting to re-emerge.”

If you are considering selling your home and would like a free market appraisal with David Phillip FRICS please call 01134 676 400 86, Leeds Road, Bramhope

David Phillip Estate Agents, covering North Leeds, Bramhope, Adel, Cookridge, Otley and Pool-in-Wharfedale

Although we have had snow in Yorkshire last week, I noticed the daffodils were about to start blooming as I drove along the long stretch of road coming into Bramhope, the daffodils in our garden are also starting to show.

If you are looking to sell your property in Spring when the market is busy then it is important to not only get your home market ready but also your garden too.

At David Phillip Estate Agents we have the following tips to ensure your garden looks lovely for any property viewings you may have over the next few months

Order summer flowering bulbs and seeds now – on a miserable winter day, browse the internet for inspiration on which seeds and bulbs to plant and grow, these can all be ordered early for planting in early Spring.

Clean out the greenhouse so that it is ready for the cuttings and seedlings of spring. Algae, moss and grime has probably accumulated on the outside of the greenhouse over winter, wash this down to let in more light over the spring months, remember to disinfect the inside of the greenhouse too - this is also a good time to remove any potential homes for pests that can survive in the smallest spaces over winter.

Any pots and seed trays should be washed too to help prevent diseases like ‘damping off’ from infecting any young plants you may have planted – once you have cleaned the green house, ventilate it well for a couple of days and repair any damage or broken glass panes.

This is also a good time to maintain fences, gates and trellises – check for weather damage or decay, by doing this early it will give you more time in the garden in Spring.

Once repaired, power-wash to remove dirt, moss and mildew – when this is dried fully then a couple of coats of paint stain or wood preserve will make it look much better.

Hunt down any garden pests that may have been hibernating and take a look at the crowns of your perennials to check for snails, aphid colonies that have been sheltering over the winter months.

Install water butts and start collecting rain water – make the most of the rainy weather as well as being environmentally friendly, rainwater is the best type of water for plants as some plants don’t react well to tap water which can often be too alkaline.

If you haven’t already done so, now is a great time to set up a compost area in your garden – if you don’t buy a ready-made compost bin, then build one yourself using any spare wood you may have.

Compost is all organic waste and once it has broken down your plants will thrive in the lovely rich compost.

The ideal compost needs to be a good mixture of vegetable peelings, grass clippings, paper and woody prunings – you will need to aerate this once a month by turning the compost with your garden fork.

So as we come out of the winter months and into Spring, the extra effort you take in getting your garden ready will pay dividends in the Spring months, and if you are looking to sell your home in the next few months, then prospective buyers will notice and appreciate the hard work you have put into the garden as well as getting the interior of your home market ready.

At David Phillip Estate Agents, we think that if someone is looking at your property, then the garden is key (adding kerb appeal too!) – especially as North Leeds has some wonderful gardens. Not only do we provide floor plans for all our properties, but on our Premium plus package we use site maps too which show the layout of your home – supported by property videos, area videos and 3D virtual tours.

For a free valuation call David Phillip FRICS t: 01134 676 400 w: a: 86, Leeds Road, Bramhope, Leeds, LS16 9AN

Covering Leeds, North Leeds, Bramhope, Cookridge, Adel, Pool-inWharfedale, Alwoodley and Otley

Moving into a new home can be exhausting, especially if you have had to pack, clean and sort everything at your previous property and now you have to do exactly the same with your new home – although hopefully the previous owners have left it clean for you!

So here are a few handy tips to make your new day in your new home much easier:-

Turn on the utilities and transfer gas, water and electricity – make sure you are getting the best deal for your utilities.

Moving your pets into a new home can be a terrifying experience, the new surroundings can be scary and unfamiliar – bring your pet’s, blankets, boxes, food and toys in a separate box and move into a room away from noise and commotion so that they feel safe – this will reduce the possibility of your pet bolting out of the front door.

If you are changing the locks on the doors, call a locksmith, get extra keys cut.

Re-direct your mail – it’s easy to do online

Set up the security system – if your new home already has an alarm fitted this will be easy to activate – if your security system uses cameras, they may be wired to work on Wi-Fi, so ensure you have established the internet – some digital doorbells also require this too.

Order a first shop online and have it delivered on moving in day – don’t forget to have food in for any friends/family helping you move – or work out where your nearest take-away is.

The first piece of furniture to set up should always be the bed, make sure you have pillows and bedding unpacked – you will be exhausted after such a hectic day – pack an overnight bag too with all your essentials.

You will probably feel pretty grimy at the end of removal day so make sure you have everything you need for the bathroom in one box – towels, soaps and lotions, plus a nice relaxing candle.

And after the removal day is over enjoy your beautiful new home and look forward to all the great experiences you will have there.

At David Phillip Estate Agents in Bramhope, North Leeds, we offer an end to end property service - not only will we help make your move as stress free as possible, we can put you in touch with a number of people who can help, including the removal company and house cleaners – we can also put you in contact with mortgage advice through MAB and a choice of solicitors too – Good luck in your new home!

David Phillip Estate Agents, 86, Leeds Road, Bramhope, Leeds LS16 9AN. 01134 676 400

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Using outstanding photography in your property listing can make all the difference when making an impression on home hunters, but it is often an area that is overlooked by sellers and Estate Agents.

At David Phillip Estate Agents in North Leeds, using great photography is key to us, as is capturing the best images possible, using high quality equipment (a professional photographer) and carefully considering what homebuyers want to see – the benefit of sunny Spring Weather which will be arriving soon and the beautiful gardens in Bramhope and the surrounding area also helps.

Here are a few guiding principles to be used when marketing prospective homes:-

A quality Estate Agent should never scrimp on the cost of a Professional photographer, some agents feel it is part of their role to take the photographs, and true, Smart phones are now advanced, but it is not just about a shoot and grab picture - An Agent’s time is much better spent communicating with clients and leaving it to the experts.

It is best to use horizontal landscape views, which are more pleasing on the eye than vertical – although a different set of photographs may need taking for use on social media.

Without furniture then a space is just walls, floors, windows and ceilings - furniture provides scale, lights and adds character – a personality. People decorate their homes to their own tastes, but this does not always appeal to the masses and sometimes the decoration can take over the room – a lick of neutral paint may do the trick prior to photos being taken.

A cluttered, messy photo can reflect lazy work from an agent – things to be removed from the kitchen, include fridge magnets, pet’s food bowls and cluttered bins - all cupboard doors should be closed and kitchen tops should be cleaned and de-cluttered.

The kitchen should be curated with a nice set of dishes, bowls of fruit and flowers rather than tea towels hanging from the cooker, and the dining room table should always set for dinner.

The lounge should be cleared of scruffy throws, children’s toys and DVD’s - piles of magazines can look unsightly and the TV should always be turned off.

Old towels are a definite no in the bathroom as are cluttered sinks, baths and shower-cubicles. The toilet seat should always be left down – small details are sometimes overlooked.

When taking photographs, it is important to emphasise each room’s selling point, it might be the natural light, the spaciousness or an unusual feature that will make the potential buyer curious to see more. A professional photographer will shadow and colour boost to improve the property.

In some properties it is difficult to photograph an entire room at once, so moving furniture around can capture the perfect angle, photographing through doorways and keeping internal doors open will make a difference.

Owners often overlook the outside of the property, the area that provides that first impression on the property portals – cars and dustbins should be removed, the lawn should be mown and windows should be cleaned – we call this good kerb appeal.

Working around the weather is key, and something we always try to do – the better weather, the more important it is for producing the best photos possible, particularly when gardens are just starting to see the first shoots coming through. If the weather isn’t perfect, then we have a photographic enhancement service that allows Estate agents to improve the look of photography, even if the weather isn’t perfect.

Only the best photos should be used, buyers don’t want to sift through an entire library of images. it is recommended that at least 5 pictures should be used to give searchers a flavour of every room, remembering that it is the first two weeks when a new property will get the most viewings and hopefully that all important sale.

So, if you are looking to sell your home and would like to have the perfect Spring photographs to enhance the look of the property, call David Phillip FRICS and we can undertake a free market appraisal of your property.

David Phillip Estate Agents, T: 01134 6767 400 W: A: 86, Leeds Road, Bramhope, Leeds, LS16 9AN

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In January, house prices rose by 0.7% month on month amid a “more positive” outlook for the property market.

Values were down by 0.2% compared with this time last year , Nationwide Building Society said.

Experts said that the report adds to the evidence that price falls are “bottoming out”

Robert Gardner, Nationwide’s chief executive said “While a rapid rebound in activity or house prices in 2024 appears unlikely , the outlook is looking a little more positive”

The Halifax house price index is calculated from its own database of approximately 300,000 approvals. Recent data reveals that average house prices rose for the third month in a row with an average rise of 1.1% recorded in December, following a rise of 0.5% in November and a 1.1% in October. The Halifax said “the housing market beat expectations in 2023 by +1.7% on an annual basis. The growth we have seen is likely being driven by a shortage of properties rather than the strength of buyer demand. That said, with mortgage rates continuing to ease, we may see an increase in confidence from buyers over the coming months”

David Phillip commented “we have seen a much more buoyant start to this year, Uk house price declines are bottoming out as the economic news improves – particularly around mortgage rates. Mortgage approvals are creeping up and therefore we expect house prices to do too”.

If you are considering selling your home and would like a free market appraisal, call David Phillip FRICS on 01134 676 400.

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Housing demand and sales agreed have registered a strong seasonal rebound over the first three weeks of 2024 as sub-5% mortgage rates support market activity.

Buyer demand is 12% higher than a year ago but remains 13% below the 5 year average which includes the pandemic boom years (2021- 2022)

It is a positive start reflecting a return of pent-up demand following a weak 2023 when many buyers delayed moving decisions in the face of rising mortgage rates.

Zoopla reported an increase in sales agreed in the final weeks of 2023 a dthis trend has continued into 2024. New sales agreed are 13% higher than last year ad higher across all counties and regions.

Sales are up the most in Yorkshire and the Humber (+19%) – this is evidence that buyers and sellers are becoming more aligned on pricing.

A greater flow of homes listed for sale, also indicates that sellers, many of whom are buyers feel more confident. Overall supply is 22% higher than last year.

Improving market conditions, in particular more sales, is supporting pricing levels. The Zoopla House Price Index recorded falls of 0.8% in December 2023, up form a -1.4% low in October 2023 – this is a very positive move.

London and the East of England have led the rebound in new buyer demand in the first weeks of 2024.

The rebound in activity in the first weeks of 2024 is positive news, and it is expected that mortgage rates will further improve which will support sales volumes rather than having very much impact on house price. Over 1 in 5 sellers are still having to accept more than 10% off the asking price to agree a sale. Sellers must continue to price realistically if they are serious about moving in 2024. Improved market conditions will boost the chance of a sale, but sellers should still be wary at listing at a higher asking price.

If you are considering selling your home in an improved market and would like a free market appraisal call David Phillip FRICS on 01134 676 400 W: e-mail:

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Well, what a time to be a mortgage broker or more accurately what a time to consider buying a property and taking on a mortgage! We are now starting to see rates return to levels not seen since before the disastrous mini budget in September 2022. With many of the High Street lenders currently looking to lead the ‘race to the top’ in terms of low rates it’s certainly a good time to speak to a mortgage broker to see what your options might be. Whilst there’s no denying that it’s extremely unlikely will ever get back to the very low interest rates that were on offer in late 2019 and 2020 I still think for the first time in a number of years we can now have some longer-term certainty about where we think Interest rates are going to go. With inflation starting to come under control, even the normally ever cautious Bank of England is suggesting that there may be cut in interest rates earlier than perhaps first anticipated. Many economic commentators are suggesting that the bank base rate could be down by at least 1% within the next 9 to 12 months and if we add into that a number of leading property experts forecasting a steady rise in House prices in 2024 it certainly makes it a good time to consider your options. If we also throw into the mix some of the innovative schemes that are available from lenders such as ‘joint borrower sole proprietor’ which would allow family members to support an application (without being on the title deeds and thus potentially avoiding additional stamp duty in some cases) along with things like the Skipton Building society track record deal which currently allows people who are renting a property, to look at borrowing up to 100% purchase price of a new property. Quarter 3 and 4 this year will, I am sure, see further innovation from our lender partners and that, combined with the rates on offer would seem to make it a good time to look at buying. Whilst affordability has been a challenge for many customers over the last 12 to 18 months given the rising costs of goods and services (mainly utilities!) we have now got a couple of lenders who will look at an enhanced affordability models for a clients buying an environmentally friendly properties, which of course traditionally have much lower running costs. Again, this can only be seen as a positive as the market moves forward in 2024.

David Phillip Estate Agents work in partnership with Mortgage Advice Bureau, if you would like to arrange a meeting to discuss your mortgage requirements please call on 01134 676 400

if you are considering selling your home, especially with the more positive news around the mortgage rates call David Phillip FRICS for a free market appraisal.

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