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Belvoir Selling Guide
Your house is likely to be your most valuable asset, so don't settle for anything but the best.
This is the place you have poured time, money and effort into. It's your home and you love it. But, for whatever reason, it's time to move on.
Some things are a given when you're selling your home. You want minimum hassle, a speedy sale and the best possible price. But what about adding an agent that really thinks about the detail to that list, too? An agent who is immersed in the local area and totally gets what the buyers want? An agent who will walk into your home and know instantly which little things will make the world of difference to the sale. This is where Belvoir agents come into their own!
We'll be right here with you
Selling a property can be a complicated and frustrating process. We’ll be there with you from start to finish, from managing viewings to sorting out complicated chains. Our agents will give you honest advice on all the little things, there is never a 'silly question'.
If you're thinking about selling your home, here are a few handy tips from us:
- Work with your agent and make them work for you. At Belvoir we believe every seller and their home are unique. We'd like you to tell us what made you fall in love with your home and what you enjoy most about it now. We'll highlight this information when we start marketing your home to like-minded buyers.
- Make sure your agent is aware of your situation, too. If you are just testing the water and aren't 100% committed to moving, they need to know. Likewise, if you can't move for six months, or, if you need to move quickly, tell your agent and they may be able to regulate the pace of the sale.
- Listen to your agent's advice. They know the local market and have your interests at heart.
Settling on an asking price will be one of the biggest decisions you make in this process. Invite a selection of local agents to come in and value your property, but don't just go with the agent that provides the highest appraisal and/or the lowest fee. An over-inflated asking price may really inhibit the speed of the sale. A low agent fee may mean you get a mediocre service.
Do your own research on the Land Registry website and find out what similar properties to yours have sold for in the area. If an agent gives you a much higher valuation than the others, ask them to provide examples of comparable sales.