THE SALES PROCESS
Whether you are buying or selling a property, it can be a daunting and complicated process. However, with the support and guidance from our sales teams across our network of offices we make it stress free.
All our staff are either fully qualified chartered surveyors and or fully trained in the various disciplines of estate agency practices.
Free Marketing Advice
We carry out an initial inspection and appraisal of your property absolutely free, plus our advice is given without any obligation from yourself.
Issues, such as how to enhance the sale of your property by any improvements that may be needed, to the best methods of selling (such as private treaty or auction). Also the timing of the sale must be right and whether, in our opinion, the market is at its best for your property.
Price is one of the most important factors in selling a property, so with our knowledge and experience we neither over price or under price, but give a true professional and honest valuation on your property.
A Practical Guide
We publish our own comprehensive magazine entitled “Selling Your Property- A Practical Guide”. This is available to all our residential clients.
It is full of informative topics such as legal documentation, financial arrangements, marketing and how best to present your property to the market.
Now that the Home Information Packs have been discontinued, we suggest that sellers
collate as much information on their properties as possible
We place great importance on keeping both the buyers and sellers informed at all stages of the sales process. From the initial marketing of a property, organising viewings and supplying viewers comments, to forwarding all sales offers and the prospective buyers situation.
Negotiations, Sales and Conveyance
Dealing with property sales on a daily basis, enables our experienced sales team to negotiate the very best options for buyers and sellers. Issues such as, price, timing and items to be included in the sale are all dealt with by us.
On agreement of a sale, we will liase with your solicitors regarding conveyancing and advise you of the sales progress and any other matters that may arise.