After all the hard work and preparation, your house is finally on the market. Being proactive, prepared, and communicative as a seller will really help speed up the sales process.
In this episode of the Move iQ podcast, Phil Spencer reveals how you can get organised with your administration, paperwork, and other necessary formalities to move forwards.
Being organised is key to a speedy and successful sales process. After all, 90% of deals are slowed down because people are not organised. So, if you want to ensure you are in the best position possible, you need to get organised sooner rather than later.
Why should you listen?
- Learn why, if you want things to move quickly, you need to inject that momentum from the start
- How you can get organised
- Which quick fixes can make a big impact
- Who you need to contact early in the sales process
- The fact you’re the person with the most to gain from the whole situation
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Are you prepared to gazump?
It’s a dark art of the property market. Its when a seller accepts an offer from another buyer even if they have already committed. It is legal, even if it feels a bit wrong.
Whether you want to avoid gazumping or not, it’s important to know a bit more about it in case it does present itself. If you want a quick explanation of gazumping, you can learn more here.
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