Sell House Fast Havering-atte-Bower, London
Forget about having to pay any fees for selling your home in Havering-atte-Bower when you call LDN Properties, because we never charge any. Instead, we promise a stress-free way to get a quick and competitive offer on your house or flat.
Deciding to sell your property quick in Havering-atte-Bower
Clients of ours have told us of various reasons they have for choosing to use our quick property buying service. Take a look at some of the typical reasons we have heard:
- Inherited a property
- Difficulty selling my property
- Selling property with equity release
- Need a chain break
- Problem with the property title
- Flats with high service charge
- Have a new job and will be relocating
- Financial difficulty
- Emigrated away from the UK
- Stop a house being repossessed
- Buyer has changed their mind
- Roof issues
- Separated from my partner
Our team of professionals are available to discuss any queries in relation to selling your Havering-atte-Bower house / flat, or any other property you are selling.
Did you know? Discover interesting information about London’s Havering-atte-Bower
The unusually named Havering-atte-Bower is a village in the Havering borough of east London, and it’s somewhere LDN Properties can make fast and competitive offers to buy a wide range of homes. The history of the neighbourhood dates back to at least 1086, when it was recorded in the Domesday Book, which was a major survey of England and many parts of Wales:
- There is some debate about the origin of the neighbourhood’s name, although broad agreement that the "atte-Bower" refers to a rural dwelling for royals
- The village is situated in one of London’s highest points, at roughly 344 feet (or 105 meters) above sea level, offering great views of parts of east London
- There are three large parks that border Havering-atte-Bower; Havering Country Park which is one of just two redwood sites in England, Bedfords Park and Pyrgo Park
- The Church of England St. John the Evangelist church was constructed in 1878 and replaced a building that was at one time part of Havering Palace’s chapel
Top queries to ask when using an auctioneer to sell your Havering-atte-Bower home
One option for selling your freehold or leasehold house or flat in Havering-atte-Bower is the traditional method of auction. You will agree with the auctioneer on a reserve price for your home, which is the lowest value at which you are comfortable with it selling. The goal is to have many people place bids on your home, which should drive the final sale price up to a very high level and produce a good profit.
The auctioneer will handle the work of developing and advertising a listing for your home, including key details about the property as well as pictures designed to show it at its best. For this work they will charge commission, so you’ll have to subtract this from your overall profit from the sale.
You might have a delay of several weeks between the day on which you enter your property for sale and when the auction takes place. And if your home sells at auction — which is considered a legally binding agreement by the winning bidder to buy your property — then you will typically have to wait about 28 days for all of the necessary legal paperwork to be completed.
Should you be thinking of selling using this method, there are a few questions that you should auction houses before making a final choice. These queries, plus some suggested answers from the home buying experts at LDN Properties, should help you to determine whether or not selling via the traditional method of auction is the best option for your property.
Do you have a history of successfully auctioning my type of home?
This is a crucial question that will let you know whether or not the auctioneer will even be able to find a bidder for your property. If the auction house has zero experience with selling your type of home, then they might struggle to know how to advertise it and generate interest from auction attendees. If your home receives no bids, it’s unsold and you’ll have to start over.
Will it be possible to pass on the costs of the auction to the winning bidder?
If you are fortunate to receive one or more bids on your property at an auction, that is considered a binding agreement to purchase your home and you can sue to enforce it if necessary. Some auction houses allow sellers to pass on some of their fees on to the winning high bidder, so you should ask around to find out which companies will allow this.
Property resources to consider
Other locations near Havering-atte-Bower we operate in
Chase Cross Collier Row Harold Hill Rise Park
Postcode areas in and around Havering-atte-Bower we cover
RM1 RM3 RM4 RM5
What are the types of property around Havering-atte-Bower we can acquire?
- Ex local authority flats
- Studio apartments
- Flats above commercial
- Mid terrace property
- Derelict property
- Mansion block flats
- Detached properties
- Flats / Apartments
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