There are lots of reasons you may be thinking of selling:
Whatever your circumstances, request a valuation with us and we’ll be sure to give you the best advice to help you get the best possible price.
We’ll come to see you and answer all your questions, you’ll be under no obligation and there will be no charge.
- Appointments usually last about 45 minutes but we’re flexible and it just depends on how many questions you ask us and how big your property is.
- When our valuer arrives he’ll introduce himself and he’ll probably sit down with you and listen to your reasons for a valuation, how soon you plan to sell and what your plans are.
- Then he’ll ask if he can look round the property. He’ll be happy to do so on his own but if you are comfortable walking round with him, you can.
- At this stage, we’ll not take photos or measurements of the property and we don’t expect it to be perfectly presented ready to sell!
- After looking round inside and out, we’ll tell you what our suggested marketing/asking price would be, the reasons for this – and you may wish to discuss this in the context of your own opinion and any other professional opinions you have had.
- We will tell you specifically what our charges are and how we’ll market your property. We’ll provide you with printed information on our service at the time of our visit, but if you would like to receive an e-mail confirming all that was discussed at the appointment, that’s no problem.
Marketing the Property
If after the valuation appointment, you are happy with the advice provided then we’d be happy to assist with marketing the property on your behalf. Find out about Our Selling Service
What about Auction?
As well as the usual private treaty method of sale, a sale by auction could also be advantageous in some cases. Find out about Selling by Auction
Planning to Buy Again?
Take a look at our Buying Advice for some useful information and to start your property search.
Not Sold a Property Before?
Check out our Property Transaction Guide to learn about the whole process.