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Call the expert team at LDN Properties today to learn about our transparent and no-hassle approach for making quick offers to buy Creekmouth houses and flats without charging any fees.
Need to sell your house quickly in the Creekmouth area
Customers of ours have told us of various reasons they have for deciding to use the LDN Properties property buying service. Detailed below are a selection of the common reasons we have heard:
- Stop my property being repossessed
- Difficult to sell my property
- Getting divorced
- Inherited property I’m looking to sell
- Relocated due to a new job
- Buyer has walked away
- Trouble with finances
- Leasehold issues
- Short leasehold
LDN Properties would be happy to talk with you about any specific queries you may have regarding selling your Creekmouth house, or any other property you are trying to sell.
Did you know? Top facts you can discover about London’s Creekmouth district
Creekmouth is located in the south London borough of Dagenham, and it is very well known for its sprawling industrial estate that employs many local people. But there are a number of other interesting facts to discover this area, which features a mix of residences and businesses.
- Some of the first modern homes in the area were in Creekmouth Village, properties built by John Bennett Lawes in the 1850s mostly for workers at his chemical factory.
- The Crooked Billet pub in the neighbourhood can trace its history to at least 1719, and it was kept as part of the Creekmouth Village estate when it was built.
- The North Sea flood in 1953 caused significant damage to Creekmouth Village, prompted rebuilding and the construction of a tidal barrier in the 1980s.
- In 2005, the UK’s Environment Agency teamed up with the Creekmouth Preservation Society to launch £290,000 project to turn disused land in the area into green spaces.
Questions you should consider asking an estate agent before selling your home
If you are thinking about selling your Creekmouth home using the services of an estate agent, you should do your research first. Search for a specific estate agent’s name online to see whether there are any negative reviews or news articles about the business, because doing so can quickly help alert you to any potential problems that an estate agent might have.
When you get in touch with estate agents about selling your home, it’s useful to have a list of questions that you can ask them. We have provided some common queries for estate agents below, along with guidance on what to expect depending on how they might answer. Use their responses to help you carefully decide whether you to sell your home through them.
How much will you charge me in fees for selling my property?
Estate agents will make you pay commission for selling your home. You need to know this amount upfront because you will have to subtract this from the final sale price of your property to know how much profit you can expect to make.
Will you or someone else be responsible for selling my home?
Getting the answer to this question will tell you whether the person you speak with will be handling the sale of your home, or if it’s going to be someone you haven’t met. It’s important for homeowners to know their can trust their seller and have regular contract with them to check on the status of any offers, and it can be discouraging if they pass the sale on to someone else.
Are you experienced with selling the type of property I’m selling?
Most estate agents have experience with selling typical houses and flats, however if your home has a specific situation that might require a more-specialist buyer, such a home with structural issues. Be upfront with estate agents about your type of home so that you can find out if they will know how to sell it.
What steps will you take to keep tabs on the sale of my home?
Because there are zero deadlines involved with selling your home through an estate agent, you want to know that the company responsible for the sale is trying its hardest to find a buyer. A good estate agent will be able to answer this question by providing you with specific steps they will use to track interest in your home, and options for changing strategies if you get no offers.
Estate agents are available for selling your Creekmouth house or flat
If you have decided to use an estate agent for selling your property in Creekmouth, there are a number of companies available in the immediate area that you can contact. Be sure to get full details of their commission and other important factors you should know before selling.
Also, you should shop around and ask a number of estate agents for the sale price at which they believe you’ll be able to attract a buyer. Compare the sale prices and commissions of several estate agents to help you find out which one will help you make the most profit.
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Property resources to consider
Areas around Creekmouth we operate in
Barking Barking Riverside Beckton Castle Green Cyprus Thamesmead Wallend West Thamesmead
Creekmouth postcode sectors covered by us
E6 IG11 RM9 SE28
Creekmouth – types of property we acquire
- Dilapidated houses
- Semi-detached properties
- Retirement flats
- Detached houses
- New build flat
- Listed flats
- Basement flat
- Flats / Apartments
- End-terrace properties
- Studio flats
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