Selling your Home Online

With 95% of prospective buyers and tenants starting their journey online, it seems appropriate that we make your online presence as appealing and far-reaching as possible. This is why we not only use national portals such as Rightmove and Zoopla, but your property will also be advertised on our website and social media pages which relate to your area. Maximising your exposure every step of the way.

There are a few different ways to sell your home, depending on your budget and just how much of your personal time you want to dedicate.

 

Through a Traditional Agent

A good high street agent will help take the stress out of the sales process. A lot of the time they will help with viewings, list your property on their online portals ands also advertise you in their high street window. However, the drawback of using these agents is the cost…usually between 0.75 – 3% of the sale value, which can add a substantial amount of money to your outlays when the sale completes.

 

Through an Online Estate Agent

At Spearhead, we advertise your property on all the major portals, ensuring you reach as many prospective buyers as possible. Not only this, but are always on hand to talk you through an questions or queries; arrange and attend viewings; negotiate offers and make sure you get the best price possible. We are then with you all the way through to completion…we don’t get paid until you get paid, so we always work our hardest until the final moment.

 

Privately

Deciding to market and sell your property yourself is not a decision you should make lightly. Whilst it is possible, and can save some money when it comes to completion, the amount of work that goes in to it should not be under estimated. Take a look at this link to find out more about what you need to do to sell your home yourself. Link to Blog – Private House Sales

 

At Auction

Property Auctions are incredibly exciting, and can remove a lot of the work associated with selling a property. As soon as the hammer comes down, the buyer is legally obligated to buy the property and must complete within a set time frame or risk losing all the amount they have offered. The possible downside to auctions is you could end up receiving an offer (and legally having to complete) which is way below what you were hoping for.

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