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If you want to quickly sell your Falconwood home, contact LDN Properties. We offer fast and competitive offers for houses and flats, and promise never to charge you any fees when buying your property.

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Our customers have highlighted numerous reasons they have for deciding to use our fast house buying service. Detailed below are a selection of the frequent scenarios we have heard:

  • Going to emigrate
  • Problem property
  • Sale moving slowly
  • Inherited a house
  • Chain break solution needed
  • Upsizing – in need of more space
  • S20 works
  • Separated from my partner
  • Difficult to sell my house
  • Troubles with finances
  • Relocating due to new employment
  • Stopping a repossession
  • Retirement

LDN Properties would be happy to discuss any queries you have regarding the sale of your Falconwood property, or any other property you are considering selling.

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Launched in 2003, LDN Properties can swiftly buy your Falconwood home

For more than 15 years, the friendly experts at LDN Properties have made competitive and swift offers to buy all shapes and sizes of houses and flats in London, including Falconwood. This neighbourhood is within south London’s borough of Bexley and is just one of many parts of the city where we are happy to talk with homeowners looking to sell as quickly as they can.

Our team members are able to make offers to buy a huge range of property types, no matter the condition of your home. Examples of some of the diverse properties that we’ve bought over the years we’ve been in business are flats where sitting tenants have many months or years left on the lease agreement, houses suffering from dry rot or other structural problems, flats that lack a required Energy Performance Certificate, homes located near railway stations or airports, and even plots of land.

You have our promise that when you sell your home to us you will never have to pay any fees, whereas you will have to pay commission to an estate agent or auctioneer if they sell your home. We’ve always thought that homeowners should get to keep all of their sale profit without having to worry about subtracting fees from whatever final sale price they are able to get.

Top facts for you to learn about the London district of Falconwood

Part of the south London borough of Bexley, Falconwood has a long and interesting history. As with many other parts of the city’s surrounding areas, this neighbourhood saw an increase in residential property development following the opening of a local railway station.

  • Falconwood’s railway station opened in 1936 to serve the growing community in the area, with the opening leading to even more houses and flats being built.
  • One notable property development in the 20th century was the large Falconwood Park Estate that was constructed on land that used to be Westwood Farm.
  • A local landmark is the £27 million Harris Academy Falconwood, sponsored by the Harris Federation which represents 48 secondary and primary academy schools in London.
  • Many residents use the Falconwood Community Centre, which hosts meetings of various groups and is the site of an annual fruit, vegetable and flowers how in August.

Questions you should consider asking a property auctioneer when selling your home

Property auctions can seem like an appealing way to sell your home, because if several people want to buy your property then they might try to outbid each other by placing ever-increasing bids on your home, which will help you get a much higher sale price. However, if only one person is interested in your home at the auction you’ll have to settle for the minimum reserve price, which can often be less than you might actually want or need for the sale.

If you are thinking about using this method for selling your home, consider asking specific auction houses some or all of the below questions. They are written to help you get valuable insight into how a particular auctioneer works and their strategy for selling your home, and their answers should help you decide whether or not to use their services.

How much commission will you make me pay for auctioning off my home?

Auctioneers will do all of the hard work of selling your home, including marketing the listing for the property and hosting the auction. They will charge you commission for doing this work, so you should ask how much this will be so that you know before you sell. However, in some cases it’s possible that you could have the winning top bidder pay these costs instead.

What experience do you have with auctioning houses or flats like mine?

Some property auction houses might specialise in only selling certain types of properties, for example only leasehold flats. If you ask this question you’ll get a good insight into the range of properties that a particular auctioneer has sold in the past, and if they’ve never sold a home like yours previously then they could struggle to generate interest in it from potential buyers.

What advertising will you do for my home before the auction takes place?

Another important question that will help you to learn more about the auctioneer’s strategy for promoting your home before the sale takes place. You need to have assurances that the auctioneer has a solid plan for exactly how they will advertise your house or flats so that they are able to get as many people as possible interested in placing a bid on it.

What is your success rate with property auctions?

Separate from asking an auctioneer about whether they have experience selling your specific type of property, this question will help you to learn more about the company’s track record more generally. If they have held a lot of auctions but have either failed to sell many homes or rarely get bids above the minimum reserve price you should not use their services.

Property resources to consider

Other locations near Falconwood where we operate

Avery Hill Blackfen Blendon Bostall Woods Crook Log East Wickham Eltham Lamorbey Plumstead Plumstead Common Shooters Hill Sidcup Well Hall Welling

Postcodes in and around Falconwood we cover

DA15 DA16 DA5 DA6 SE18 SE9

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What are the types of property in Falconwood we can buy?

  • Mid-terrace house
  • Penthouse apartment
  • New build flats
  • Maisonettes
  • Semi detached houses
  • Detached property
  • House in multiple occupancy
  • House
  • Listed flats
  • Dilapidated houses
  • Flats and apartments

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