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Buying Cranham homes is our expertise, so when you’re ready to sell your house or flat give LDN Properties a call to receive one of our quick and fair offers to buy through a simple and zero-hassle process.
Considering the sale of your Cranham property quickly
Our customers have highlighted numerous reasons they have for deciding to use LDN Properties to buy their home. Here are a range of typical scenarios we hear:
- Relocating due to new employment
- Difficult to sell my house
- Upsizing to a bigger home
- Stop my house being repossessed
- Inherited property I need to sell
- Troubles with finances
- Problem flat
- Sale fallen through
- Roof issues
- Separated from my partner
- Second property
Our experts would be happy to talk with you about how our quick house sale service in Cranham can be useful for you and are pleased to provide a free indicative offer.
Did you know? Top facts to learn about the east London district of Cranham
Located in the east London borough of Havering, Cranham is a largely residential district that was once a rural neighbourhood dependent on agriculture. Present day, Cranham has seen some large-scale property development but it also retains some conservation areas. There are a number of interesting pieces of information to discover about this district:
- Cranham was noted in the 1086 Domesday Book, which was a major survey of England and parts of Wales, and at the time it consisted of two large manors
- The main road in the area is Foot Lane, which runs in a north to south direction and is directly connected with the A126, also called the Southend Arterial Road
- There are a handful of local landmarks in and around the neighbourhood, including All Saints’ church which is a Grade II listed building that was reconstructed in 1873
- Two community charities provide entertainment for locals, including the Cranham Community Association and the separate Front Line Community Association
Top questions and answers for estate agents when selling your Cranham home
You have a number of options for selling your leasehold or freehold property in Cranham, including using a speedy home buyer like LDN Properties, trying your luck through a property auction, or using an estate agent’s services. Each method has its own pros, and some also have a few cons.
Some people like to use estate agents because the company will handle the bulk of the work involved with selling a property. The estate agent will develop a listing that includes text and photographs promoting your home, and then advertise that online, in local newspapers, in their offices, and other places, hoping to get interest from buyers. They will then take anyone interested in your home on a viewing where the person can tour the interior and exterior.
Possible drawbacks of this method of selling include the fact that it might be several months or even longer before you receive a serious offer from a buyer. You’ll also have to put up with inconvenient and time-consuming viewings. And estate agents will also make you pay them commission, which could reduce your overall sale profit by a significant amount.
If you’re contemplating using an estate agent, call around to compare quoted sale prices for your property from several different companies. And also ask about whether it’s possible to get a lower commission rate, as some estate agents might be willing to lower their fees. News stories and customer reviews are also good information sources as part of your research.
And think about emailing or calling estate agents to ask them some key questions that will help you get a better idea of whether they’re the right fit for your particular home sale. We have provided a few sample queries that you could ask an estate agent when selling your property, along with some information on what to expect depending on the answer you receive.
What is the rate of commission you charge for selling a property?
Estate agent commission for selling houses and flats is often based on a percentage of the property’s final sale price. Some estate agents might be willing to accept a lower commission, so you should ask them.
Have you ever successfully sold my specific type of property?
Some estate agents only know how to sell conventional houses or flats, and might have no experience with selling other properties — such as dilapidated homes. If they’ve never sold such a home, they might struggle to sell your property. Asking this question will give you a good sense of whether the estate agent is the right choice for selling your home.
Property resources to consider
Locations close to Cranham where we operate
Corbets Tey Emerson Park North Ockendon Upminster Upminster Bridge
Postcode sectors in the Cranham area we cover
Property types in and around Cranham we buy
- Listed flats
- Semi-detached properties
- Vacant property
- Ex local authority flats
- Mid terrace house
- Detached house
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