Sell House Fast
Upminster Bridge, London
It can be simple and hassle-free to sell your Upminster Bridge home when you call LDN Properties, because we have a straightforward and transparent process for making fast and fair offers to buy houses and flats.
Considering selling your property fast in the Upminster Bridge area
Clients of ours have highlighted various reasons they have for deciding to use us as their property buyer. Typical reasons we have heard are here –
- Upsizing to a bigger home
- Second property
- Buyer has walked away
- Decided to emigrate overseas
- Leasehold issues
- Relocating due to a new job opportunity
- Unsaleable house
- Inherited house I’m looking to sell
- Problems further down the property chain
- Struggling with finances
- Struggling to sell my property
- Stop home being repossessed
Our experts would be happy to talk with you about how the LDN Properties quick home buying service in Upminster Bridge can be useful for your situation and are pleased to make a free indicative offer.
Is it quicker to sell your Upminster Bridge home using a fast property buyer?
There are several ways that you can sell your leasehold or freehold home in Upminster Bridge, which is within the Havering borough of east London. This mostly residential neighbourhood is well known for the local landmark of a bridge after which it’s named, which crosses over the River Ingrebourne. The bridge has existed in some form since the 14th century.
If you’re a homeowner looking to sell, you will have to decide primarily between using an estate agent, using a property auctioneer, or using a quick home buyer such as LDN Properties. Each approach has its own advantages and potentially disadvantages depending on your priorities when selling, such as how quickly you need to find a buyer for your flat or house.
Using an estate agent to sell your property
A perk of using an estate agent is that they will do the work of putting together a listing that shows off your home through text describing its key features such as the number of rooms and photographs designed to make the property look its best, advertising that listing in local media and online, and hosting viewings for prospective buyers to visit the property.
Although this means homeowners have to do minimal work in trying to find a buyer, many people find viewings to be very inconvenient and time-consuming. It can also take a number of months, and in worst case scenarios more than a year, before you get serious offer from a buyer. And there’s always the danger that the offer could fall through at the last minute.
A further negative of selling via an estate agent is the fact that they will charge you fees for their work. You’ll have to subtract this fee from the total net profit that you can expect to make from the sale, which can be a con if your top goal when selling is maximising your profit.
Using a property auctioneer to sell your home
A second option for selling your home is using a property auction, at which you will agree to a reserve price below which your home will not sell. Be sure to set this value at an amount that will still give you a profit even after subtracting the auctioneer’s fees, because you might only get one bid at this amount. And if you receive no bids then your home doesn’t sell and you’ll have to start over.
There could be a delay of several weeks between the day on which you list your home for sale and the day on which the auction takes place. When it happens, your goal is for many people to be interested in bidding on your property so that they keep offering ever-increasing prices to buy it. Should your home sell, that’s considered a binding agreement that you can enforce.
On average, auction houses set a deadline of 28 days after the auction for the buyer to complete the purchase of a property. And auctioneers will make you pay commission often base d on a percentage of your home’s sale price plus VAT, which you will have to subtract from your total sale profit. Some auctioneers might allow you to pass some fees on to the winning bidder.
Using a quick home buyer to sell your house or flat
Or you could get in touch with a quick home buyer such as LDN Properties, which has been buying all types of freehold and leasehold houses and flats in Upminster Bridge and across the rest of London since 2003. There’s no need for hosting multiple viewings when selling this way, because you’ll only ever have to work one-on-one with us throughout the process.
We consider our approach to often be the fastest option compared to using an estate agent or auctioneer, because our team of experts can usually complete the purchase of a home in a few weeks after you first contact us. And that rapid timeline covers every step, including finalising the sale documents, paying you the full proceeds, and exchanging contracts on your property.
And we never charge any fees to people when selling their properties to us, because our belief is that the owner should always get to enjoy the total proceeds from the sale of their house or flat.
Estate agents who might be able to sell your house or flat in Upminster Bridge
Any homeowner in Upminster Bridge that is considering selling their home via an estate agent should first do some advance research. Spend time searching for specific company names online, because this can help you to uncover any potential warning signs like negative news articles or news reviews that could alert you to problems with that estate agent.
You should also call around several estate agents and ask each of them to provide a free quote for the potential sale price of your home. Some companies will give you an inflated valuation in an attempt to secure your business, even if they know it will only sell at a lower price. By asking for quotes from multiple estate agents you can get a better idea of your home’s true value.
Some of the estate agents available in Upminster Bridge or nearby are:
- Bairstow Eves
- Beresfords Estate Agents
- Chalk Street Estates
- Davis Estates
- Douglas Allen
- Hunter Estate Agents
- Lux Homes
- Stephen James
Property resources to consider
Areas around Upminster Bridge where we operate
Ardleigh Green Corbets Tey Cranham Elm Park Emerson Park Hacton Hornchurch Upminster
Postcode areas in and around Upminster Bridge covered by us
RM11 RM12 RM14
What are the property types in Upminster Bridge we can acquire?
- Semi detached house
- Detached houses
- Flats / Apartments
- Basement flat
- End-terraced property
- Listed buildings
- Ex local authority flats
- Studio flats
- Retirement flats
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