Sell House Fast
You are guaranteed a transparent and no-stress way to get a fast and fair offer for selling your Shoreditch home when you call LDN Properties, so if you want to make a quick sale you should call us today.
Wanting to sell your home quickly in the Shoreditch area
Our customers have highlighted numerous reasons they have for choosing to use LDN Properties to buy their home. Take a look at a range of common situations we have been told:
- Probate / Inheritance
- Emigrating to another country
- Relocated due to a new job
- Chain break in the sale of a house
- Separating from my partner
- Stop a home being repossessed
- Struggling to sell my house
- Sale moving slowly
- Short lease
- Financial trouble
- Damp problems
Our team of professionals are available to talk through any questions you have regarding the sale of your Shoreditch property, or any other property you are looking to sell.
What is the best way to sell your house or flat fast in Shoreditch?
Whenever you are ready to sell your Shoreditch home, you will have to decide between three common methods of finding a buyer for the property: selling your home using the services of an estate, trying your luck with a property auction, or selling your house or flat to a fast property buyer such as LDN Properties.
Each approach has its own pluses and minuses, and the best method for your own situation will depend on a host of factors including how speedily you want to sell your home, and how much profit you hope to make from the sale. Consider the different elements involved with all three methods before making a final decision on which choice is the right one for your property.
Selling your home using an estate agent
Estate agents will take care of much of the hard work of selling your home, starting with putting together a listing that includes photographs designed to show your property at its best, along with important information such as the size of the house or flat and how many rooms it has. They will then advertise this listing in their offices, online, in local newspapers and elsewhere.
If someone expresses interest in your home, the estate agent will then take them on a viewing where they get to tour the interior and exterior of the property. Some homeowners find these visits to take up a lot of time and to be inconvenient, but they are a necessary step.
Just beware that it might take many months or possibly even more than a year to get a serious offer to buy your home through this approach. And you’ll usually have to pay commission often based on a percentage of the home’s final sale price to the estate agent, which will reduce your net sale profit and isn’t ideal if you need as much money from the sale as possible.
Selling your home using a property auctioneer
When you sell your home via auction, you’ll have to set a reserve price, which is the lowest value at which you’re willing to sell your property. Auctioneers often try to get owners to choose a level below market value in order to make the home appealing to a greater number of buyers. But you might only get one bid at that price, and if that happens the property is legally deemed to be sold, so be sure that the reserve price is one that will still make you a profit on the sale.
You can expect to wait at least a few weeks between the date on which you list your home for sale and when the auction actually takes place. And if your home does sell, you will be waiting for about 28 days on average until all of the legal paperwork for the sale is completed.
Auctioneers also charge commission, which you’ll have to deduct from the profit that you expect to make.
Selling your home using a quick buyer
Quick home buyers are able to make speedy and competitive offers for buying properties across London, including the district of Shoreditch within the east London borough of Hackney. This area gained fame as the site of many performances during the Elizabethan Theatre period of the 1500s in which William Shakespeare came to prominence. And the neighbourhood is still a prime destination for entertainment, with many performance venues, nightclubs, bars, and pubs.
Typically, fast buyers can finalise buying a home within a few weeks, and that includes the time required to pay an owner their sale proceeds and to exchange contracts on the property. It’s usually much speedier than selling through an auction house or an estate agent.
A further benefit is the fact that quick property buyers don’t charge homeowners fees when purchasing their properties, meaning you’ll get to keep all of the final sale proceeds.
Property resources to consider
Other locations near Shoreditch where we operate
Aldgate Angel Barbican Clerkenwell Farringdon Haggerston Hoxton Spitalfields St Luke’s Whitechapel
Postcode sectors in the Shoreditch area we cover
E1 E2 EC1M EC1R EC1V EC2A EC2Y EC3M N1
Types of property in and around Shoreditch we buy
- Council flats
- Mid-terraced property
- Listed houses
- Detached property
- Semi detached property
- Vacant property
- Penthouse apartment
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