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Considering selling your property to us?

Our list of FAQs will provide you with all the information you need to get

  • Do you pay fair prices for properties?
    Our offers are always tailor made to the scenario and will depend on a number of factors. A property is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it and so estate agents are guessing when valuing a property as to what someone is likely to pay for it if it went to market. As a business we have to make money, and so if we are able to spot an opportunity to make money with the property without the need to make what may be considered as a "low offer" - perhaps through adding value or converting its use - then we will always try to be fair in our approach to create a win-win. In some instances there really isn't any other choice but to make a low offer, but in many other instances we've been known to pay above what was considered market rate at the time. Either way we will always explain to you our thought process and how we came to the figures we do.
  • How do you determine the price to offer on my property?
    We look at the location, what repairs or works are required, the condition, and values of comparable properties sold in the area recently. We also factor in the current market conditions, we assess rental markets, latest planning policies, and consider which strategies may suit that particular property. We take everything into consideration and come up with what we believe to be a fair price that works for us and works for you too.
  • Are there any fees or commissions to work with you?
    No. We bear all costs so there are no fees or commissions for you to pay when working with us.
  • How are you different from an estate agent?
    We are different in that we actually buy the property and land ourselves. An estate agent lists properties and hopes to find someone to buy them. The average time to sell a property on the open market is between 6-12 months. Sometimes longer depending on the complexity of the asset if there are things like leases, covenants, or planning involved. The seller also pays an Estate Agent a commission as a % of the sales price usually 1-2%+VAT. These are fees that are avoided by selling directly to us. Even online listing companies such as Purple Bricks where you list your own property on the portals like Rightmove charge upfront fees whether you sell or not. Agents provide a great service for those who can wait to sell and who have room to pay the commission on the sale. We work closely with a number of agents and often refer clients to the best agents in the area if that option is more suitable for you.
  • Is there any obligation when I submit my info?
    Of course not. No obligation at all. Once you tell us a bit about your property, we’ll analyse and most likely arrange an appointment to meet with you or to speak over the phone to find out a bit more. We then make you an offer. From there, it’s 100% your decision on whether or not you’d like to sell your property to us… and we won’t hassle you… it’s 100% your decision.
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