Selling Guide

Selling a property

Selling a house can be a stressful time for everyone involved, but there are many things that can make the process easier. Choosing the right agent is one of them. Estate agents may all appear the same but there are vast differences. Did you know that you do not have to be qualified to be an estate agent or even own an estate agency? This will come as a shock to some as in every other area of your life, you would not entrust someone to carry out a task for you if the individual was not qualified, let alone handle the sale of your most valuable asset. With Bychoice you are dealing with professionals. The company boasts a large number of qualified individuals as well as having a qualified chartered surveyor as one director and a member of the National Association of Estate Agents as the other. Below is an overview of how we believe you can make your sale as stress free as possible whilst achieving the optimum price for your home in the timescale required.

Market valuation

Getting the price right is possibly the most important part of selling your home. Under pricing your home could cost thousands where as marketing your property at an over inflated price can lead to huge delays in the sale and could equally cost you thousands as the longer the house is on the market the less likely you are to achieve the optimum price.

Most clients will have an idea of what they would like to achieve for their home but check around and make sure this is realistic. check the local papers and search the internet for similar properties that have sold.

During this appointment, if you are happy to market, we can go through all the related costs involved in moving home.

Listen to the agent

As agents, we are constantly looking to provide you with honest feedback, not just from viewers, but from the market as a whole. With the internet playing a vital tool in the sale of homes, we can accurately track how many people are looking at your property, how the interest in your property compares to other properties we have on our books and what needs to be done to improve the number of buyers coming through your door, if necessary. Sometimes even just adjusting the order of the photos has resulted in a sale.

Completion

Legal completion can take place at any time of the date agreed to move, from 9.30am to 5pm. Make sure that you are ready to move for the earlier time, again this will avoid any undue stress in the final leg of your move.

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