Vendor FAQ's

Yes. This is a legal obligation and must be made available within 7 days of putting the property on the market. If you are renting your property out, your rating will need to be above an E.  ie, A to E for rentals only.

We work on a no sale, no fee basis. The only time you pay our fee is upon completion once the monies have cleared and agreed with the solicitors.

Professional photographs, 360 virtual tour (where requested) and floor plan.  Marketing on Rightmove, Belvoir website and where possible shared on social media including LinkedIn, Instagram, facebook, twitter.

Our selling fees are a minimum fee of £1500 inclusive of vat or 1% inclusive of vat of the total value of sale of the property.

Why tie you in? We are confident that we will sell your property quickly and you will receive excellent communications from the team.

All we ask is you give us 14 days written notice.

No, we do all the viewings for you so there will be no awkward situations when viewers come to see your property.

Once an offer has been accepted and the memorandum of sales has been drawn up, we will continue to market the property as “sold subject to contract”.  We won’t do any further viewings at this point.

It will be marketed until the property sells.  You will receive regular feedback each week and after every viewing via WhatsApp.  If you don’t have WhatsApp or you prefer e-mail or a phone call that’s not a problem.

Yes. They will act on your behalf throughout the sale/purchase process, liaising with us and other solicitors involved.

The market is buoyant.  East Lancashire is a growing economic area and the population has grown by 4.6% from 2011 to 2021. In the last 5 years 4677 new homes have been built.  Burnley and Pendle, East Lancashire offers big employment opportunities hence the growing housing demand.

This will depend on the type of property, location and market at that moment in time.  Overall properties are selling quickly.

House prices as of July 2023, in the last year has a growth of 7% and in the last 5 years a growth of 34%.

For investors traditional terrace houses on Selective Housing Scheme Areas have consistently performed well.

We sell all types of residential properties.

Stronger times are January/February.  Demand tends to slow down during school holidays.

The first impression a potential buyer gets when first seeing your home can often be the make or break. If they love it then, barring a total disaster, the house is already sold, so it makes sense to ensure that your buyer gets the absolute best impression from the moment they see your property from the outside.  Make sure gardens are mowed and de-weeded. Jet wash the drive and wash the windows.  Its all about curb appeal.

This will be in line with HMRC policy at that moment in time.

The purchaser may decide not to have a survey done but could potentially change their mind halfway through the sales process.

You will be advised by your solicitor.

Only what you have agreed in the sale. Usually nothing but you may agree to leave certain items of furniture and light fittings.

This all depends if completion and exchange are on the same day.  A date will be agreed with your solicitor.

This will be in line with HMRC policy at that moment in time.

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