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Chase Cross, London
After almost 20 years in business, LDN Properties is proud of the long list of very happy homeowners in Chase Cross who have sold their houses and flats to us. Call us today to get a fast and competitive offer on your home.
Choosing to sell your Chase Cross home quick
Clients of ours have shared numerous reasons they have for choosing to use our quick house buying service. Detailed below are some of the common scenarios we have heard:
- Difficulties with finances
- Buyer has backed out of buying my property
- Emigrating to another country
- Have a new job and will be relocating
- Inheritance and probate
- Section 20 works notice
- Need a chain break
- Difficult to sell my home
- Problem property
- Planning retirement
- Stop a house being repossessed
- Upsizing to a bigger property
LDN Properties would be happy to talk with you about any specific queries you may have regarding selling your Chase Cross house, or any other property you wish to sell.
LDN Properties can quickly buy all shapes and sizes of homes in Chase Cross
Launched in 2003, LDN Properties provides a hassle-free and straightforward way for people to get competitive and speedy offers for selling their homes. We are happy to talk with anyone in London wanting to sell their properties, including within the district of Chase Cross in the borough of Havering east of the city centre. This neighbourhood is said to be named after a crossroads in the former Hainault Forest that was once used as a hunting ground.
A major benefit of selling your home to us is that our experts can consider making offers on almost any shape, size, type or condition of home. The long list of varied properties that we have bought across London includes plots of land, dilapidates houses, flats with short leases, homes situated in potentially problematic locations such as in a flood zone or on a noisy road, houses of multiple occupancy, properties that don’t have an Energy Performance Certificate, and many other types.
We promise to never charge you any fees when you sell your home to us because we believe you should get to keep all the sale proceeds, unlike estate agents and property auctioneers who will make you pay commission that you will have to deduct from your overall net sale profit.
And we can also usually complete the purchase of your home much faster than those two other options for selling. Our team aims to have each sale finalised within a few short weeks, and that can include the time taken to not only exchange contracts but also to pay the proceeds to you.
Questions to consider asking an auctioneer when selling your Chase Cross home
Some homeowners like to try their luck with a property auction when selling, hoping that many people will be interested in the house or flat and will try to outbid each other with ever-increasing prices for the property that will result in a healthy profit. But there’s no guarantee you’ll get any bids, in which case your home will be unsold. Or you might only get one bid at the reserve price, which is the lowest value at which you are comfortable with your property selling.
There can also be some potential delays involved with selling via an auction, including a wait of at least several weeks between the date on which you list your property for sale and when the auction takes place. If your home sells, you can expect to wait an average of 28 days until the various paperwork required to process the sale is completed and you receive the proceeds.
And you will also have to pay the auctioneer commission for selling your home, which you’ll have to subtract from your final sale price to know what net profit you’ll make from the sale.
Should you be considering using this method of selling, review the sample questions and answers for auctioneers below. Asking these queries and hearing specific auction company’s responses will give you a better idea of whether this option is the right one for you.
How much commission will you charge me when selling my home?
The average commission is often based on a percentage of the home’s final sale price plus. However, some auctioneers might make you pay higher or lower rates, so it’s always worth asking around several companies to get the lowest possible fees.
Have you successfully auctioned my type of property before?
If a home auctioneer has never sold your specific type of property before then it’s very possible that they could struggle to know how to market and find buyers for your house or flat. Asking this question will provide good insight into whether an auction is right for your home.
What is your marketing plan for my property?
Related to the previous question, asking this will force the auctioneer to tell you where and how they will advertise your property listing to generate interest from potential buyers. If they fail to articulate a clear and decent plan, you should be wary about using them to sell your home.
Property resources to consider
Other locations near Chase Cross where we operate
Alderwood Terrace Collier Row Gallows Corner Gidea Park Havering-atte-Bower Marks Gate Rise Park Romford
Chase Cross postcodes we cover
IG7 RM1 RM2 RM3 RM4 RM5
What are the properties around Chase Cross we acquire?
- Penthouse apartments
- Detached properties
- Terraced houses
- Commercial property
- New build apartments
- House in multiple occupancy
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