Selling your house isn’t as simple as choosing an estate agent that suggests the highest asking price for your home.
When it comes to what may be the single biggest financial transaction of your life, you want to know it’s in safe and capable hands.
If you’re choosing to use an estate agent, there are some key questions to ask them. There’s also plenty of research you can do on your own. Doing your homework will help you get the best deal for the least amount of stress. If you’re not sure how to start, don’t worry!
In this episode of the Move iQ podcast, Phil Spencer shares some important questions you should consider when deciding how to sell your house.
Why should you listen?
- Learn what to consider when selecting an estate agent
- How to ‘interview’ your potential agents
- Whether it’s worth looking for agents affiliated with professional bodies
- Whether you can make use of a “hot buyers list”
- How to spot sales agents’ tactics – and avoid falling for them!
- How to know if your valuation is right and realistic
Free and useful tools for sellers
There are plenty of ways you can prepare for selling your house – from calculating your mortgage affordability to researching removal companies. We’ve brought all the best tools for movers together in one place for FREE. After all, you don’t need any more stress when you’re selling!
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