No matter how you choose to market your property; remember to execute an independent property valuation first.
This will help you to estimate the proper value of your house and where to set an appropriate asking price.
Chartered Surveyors perform independent valuations, not the Estate Agents. Although estate Agents offer a marketing service for your home; they do not, however, provide an underwritten valuations.
It is a mistaken belief that Estate Agents carry out a valuation of your property for you; they merely provide a very intuitive estimate of what they think your property is worth these days. Furthermore, their estimates might be subjective by their own motivations; some of them might set the asking price way too high to secure your instruction, or set it too low in order to make a quick sale.
It is effortlessly possible for you to accomplish your own estimate of your property’s market value; by comparing the asking prices of the properties in similar locations have been sold for lately.
Table Of contents
- Home Selling Guide Intro
- Knowing When To Sell Your House
- Expenses Involved In Selling Your House
- Who Will Sell Your Property
- Valuing your Property
- Choosing An Agent
- Selling Your Home Privately
- Selling A Property At Auction
- Preparing Your Property For Sale
- Property Viewings
- Conveyancing For Sale
- The Sale Completion