Sell your property in six simple steps…

1) Book Your Free Appraisal

Pricing plays an important role with a number of factors to consider. Your agent will carry out an independent assessment of your property and give advice as to the ideal guide price for current market conditions.

During the visit, we will explain how the market is performing, give advice and guidance on how to maximise your sale price. Book a free no obligation valuation today. 

2) Instruct Us

Upon instruction, a suitable time will be arranged for a professional photographer to visit the property in order to take photographs, create a floorplan, take room measurements. You agent will note down key information about your property and give guidance on how to prepare and present your property to its full potential which is also known as staging. 

3) Launching Your Property Advert

Your agent will produce a draft set of property details and within 48 hours will request final approval. Once this is obtained, your property advert will be launched on all the major property portals. If agreed, a “For Sale” board will be erected where appropriate. We will then proactively work through our extensive list of registered buyers to find criteria matches and ensure that your properties key features and benefits are promoted accordingly. 

4) Viewings & Feedback

As you’d expect, prospective buyers are vetted before a suitable time is agreed and every enquiry is answered, thereby ensuring that every lead and opportunity is processed. Communication is a key focus, valuing the importance of providing regular market report updates, discussing the performance of your listing and ensuring that you receive prompt and accurate viewing feedback.

5) Offers & Negotiation

With each offer received, your agent will negotiate the highest price and assess the buyers financial position in terms of whether they are cash buyers or relying on a mortgage. The prospective buyers will be vetted and asked for proof of deposit, mortgage offer in principal, also checking that their existing property is sold subject to contract should this be applicable.

6) Sales Progression & Completion

When an offer has been successfully negotiated, your agent will prepare and send a “memorandum of sale” to all parties (including solicitors) which will trigger the start of the conveyancing process. Your agent will ensure that all efforts are made to make this stage run smoothly, providing you with regular updates throughout the process, keeping in direct communication with various parties, such as the buyer’s solicitor, their mortgage broker, surveyors, the buyer themselves and of course you and your solicitor. At the point of exchange your agent will liaise between yourself and your buyer to ensure a smooth completion of sale and property handover. 

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