Selling Property Near an Industrial Estate
We have released our complete guide to help you sell your house or flat near an industrial estate.
Your top questions when selling property near an industrial estate
✅ What does it mean to own a home close to an industrial estate?
Throughout the UK you’ll find leasehold and freehold houses and flats situated near to an industrial park, which usually covers many acres and consists or large steel buildings that house factories, goods storage, manufacturing facilities and more. A home near an industrial estate can be harder to sell than other properties, but a fast and fair sale is still possible.
✅ What are some of the concerns about properties near industrial parks?
One of the biggest concerns that potential buyers might have about your home is suffering health harms from the air pollution generated by the industrial estate facilities as well as the traffic coming and going to the park each day. Another drawback for buyers can be the potential noise and vibrations that come from the estate and that can affect your property.
✅ How can I get my flat or house by an industrial estate ready for sale?
You should clean and tidy your home so that it appears very well maintained if any potential buyers come to visit, because this will make the property appear more valuable than one that is dirty. Inside your home you should remove clutter and outside the property you should repair any obvious small-scale problems such as chipped paint, broken windows or missing roof tiles.
✅ If my home has a major structural problem, can I still look for a buyer?
Yes, there’s nothing to prevent you from trying to sell your house or flat near an industrial estate even if it has dry rot, damp, subsidence or any other prominent structural flaw. However, you should be aware that some buyers will lower their offers because of the problem. One way to avoid this is by selling to a quick buyer, because they will still give you a competitive offer.
✅ How much Capital Gains Tax will I have to pay on the sale of my home?
If you sell your home at a loss compared to your original purchase price, or you break even by selling close to what you initially paid for the property, then Capital Gains Tax should not apply or be small. Make sure you speak with a qualified tax professional before making any decisions.
✅ What might be the fastest way for me to sell my home by an industrial estate?
Generally, using a quick home buyer like LDN Properties will be the swiftest way to sell your flat or house because the whole process should take no longer than a handful of weeks. But if you decide to sell your property without any assistance or sell using an auctioneer or estate agent, all three of those methods might take at least many months, or possibly longer.
✅ How can I avoid having to pay any commission for the sale of my property?
To avoid having to pay any fees on the sale of your home, you can either sell it on your own without any help or sell it to an honest zero-fee quick buying company such as LDN Properties. If you use an estate agent or an auctioneer to sell your property then they will charge you commission for their work, and this fee will be taken out of the sale proceeds right away.
We’re rated as Excellent
Reviews.co.uk provide independent reviews from other people just like you!
"Successfully sold two properties direct to LDN Properties in the last two years. Genuine and trustworthy people and the dealings were straightforward." – Thomas from London
Company No. 04636129. ICO No. Z7733416. Ombudsman No. D12463.
Copyright 2003 to 2023