Selling a concrete construction house
Concrete construction houses are typically harder to sell than brick properties as they have more defects and less structural integrity. But if you own a concrete construction home you still have options for selling it.
Common queries about selling a concrete construction home
Here’s a few of the most common queries that we get when homeowners call us to ask about how they can sell a property when it’s constructed with concrete:
✅ Why is it harder to sell a concrete home than other types of properties?
Because they can be more susceptible to damage over time, including the potential for the steel support rods inside the home to become rusted. The concrete panels on the exterior of the house can also be vulnerable to long-term damage.
✅ Will it be impossible to sell my concrete construction house?
No. Although it might be harder to sell this type of property compared to a traditional brick home, you still have a number of options available: selling it yourself, listing it with an estate agent, selling it at auction, or selling it to a property buying company.
✅ What’s the best option for selling my home made of concrete?
It will depend on your individual circumstances including time considerations and financial needs. For example, an auction gives you a guaranteed sale date but it might sell for a price lower than you want and you’ll still have to pay the auctioneer’s fees.
Sell your concrete construction home to LDN Properties
We’ve been in business for almost 20 years, and during that time have developed plenty of experience buying concrete construction homes, without charging any fees.
Call us at 020 7183 3022 for advice about how we can provide you with a hassle-free way to sell your home, or alternatively get in touch by clicking the button below.
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