1. Get an accurate idea of the value of your home
Our unique appraisal process includes a thorough examination of the sales statistics for your local area, the likely buyer based on Census data, a draft set of recommendations for the best method of sale and marketing strategy and an indication of sale price. We won't force a method of sale that's unlikely to work for your property or expensive advertising on you, instead we'll work out the best approach together with you and design a sale process and advertising campaign based on your target audience and the requirements of your sale. Compare our fee and check out our marketing tools or complete the Book An Appraisal form opposite to find out if your property has increased in value.
2. Make your property presentable
First impressions count and can make the world of difference to your sale price. We can give you a recommendation for how to get your property ready for sale and which areas to focus on to get the best possible sale price. Find out how to prepare your property for sale here.
3. Instruct a solicitor
Line yourself up with a solicitor before you market your property so that you don't have to race around looking for one when you've got an offer. Give them a rough idea of your timeline and the reasons for your sale so that they understand your situation. If you need a good solicitor, give us a call or email us at email@example.com and we'll hook you up.
4. Market your property
To give your property the best chance of getting a good price, you need hard-working marketing tools that will attract the greatest possible number of buyers. So we won't give you cheesy headlines or amateur photography but we will give you smart and cost effective marketing tools based on our understanding of the media consumption and behaviour of your purchasers. Better still, our performance-based fee also a FREE website for your property to give your buyers access to more information about your property.
5. Receiving an offer
As soon as an offer is received, we will notify you and help you decide on the best way forward based on our understanding of the buyer's ability to proceed and the conditions of their offer.
6. Reaching agreement
Our experienced salespeople will negotiate the offer to achieve the best possible sale price for you and reach an agreement that is beneficial to both you and your buyer.
Settlement takes place on a date agreed by both parties and is when the remainder of the purchase price is transferred from the buyer's solicitor to the seller's solicitor's account. On settlement day, we stay in regular contact with both solicitors to understand when the money has cleared and when to release the keys to the purchaser.