Selling your property in Cardiff and Pontypridd

Here at Belvoir Cardiff & Pontypridd we pride ourselves on our property knowledge and understand that selling one of your most highly valued possessions must be dealt with professionally and proactively.

Your decision to sell may have been made for a number of different reasons but, there are probably many questions that still need answering before you are able to fully commit to placing your property on the sales market.

  • What will your property sell for?
  • Are there are any items that must be addressed before advertising the property?
  • Are there any items that, if performed, will increase the value of the property or speed up the time to find a buyer?
  • How long will it take to find a buyer?
  • How long after finding a buyer will it take to complete the sale?

Every sale will have its differences and it’s important that your selected estate agent understands your needs, expectations, timescales and priorities. That’s why we offer FREE, no obligation sales appraisals.

The appraisal is a chance for us to fully understand your needs and to put forward a sales action plan that will obtain the best price within your timescale to sell.

Our appraisal will not involve a pushy sales pitch, we simply offer honest advice and, if selected to sell your property, we will provide genuine support and great value for money every step of the way.

If you’re considering selling a property why not call us? We’ll be able to run through a property sale and answer some of the initial questions that you may have.

Arrange a free market appraisal

If you’re looking to sell or you’re just interested in how much your property might be worth, the best way to get an accurate and detailed understanding is through a free one-to-one appraisal with one of our experienced local agents. Request an appraisal with us using the form below.

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