How to sell my tenanted property
If you own a property that has tenants on a current lease, you might worry that this creates a hurdle to selling. But with a few simple steps you can sell a tenanted property.
Questions we’re often asked about selling tenanted properties
Many homeowners who have tenants living in their properties have asked us for advice on selling, and these are three of the most common queries we receive:
✅ How can I find out how much my tenanted property might be worth?
You can get a quick and easy initial rough price by searching on property websites like Rightmove or Zoopla that allow you to enter your postcode and get an idea of how much similar homes in your area have sold for recently.
✅ Is it better to sell with my tenants in the property or after they've left?
Everyone’s situation is different, but generally speaking if you have good tenants in your home on a valid rental agreement then you can have the benefit of receiving rent payments while you seek a buyer for your home.
✅ Do I need to find a specialist estate agent to sell my tenanted home?
No. Indeed, other options might be faster and achieve you a better profit, including selling to a property buying company such as LDN Properties that make swift cash purchases of homes, or trying to sell it at auction and hope that it generates a number of bids on the auction day.
LDN Properties can make you a quick cash offer for your tenanted home
When you call us at 020 7183 3022, or when you click on the "Request Offer" button below, you’ll be connected to our team who can tell you about how we can buy your home. We make speedy, competitive, and no-stress offers to buy your home and we’ll never charge any fees.
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