Sell House Fast
You can ensure never having to pay any fees for selling your Clayhall home when you sell to the friendly team of experts at LDN Properties. We’re known for making fast and fair offers to buy houses and flats.
Considering the sale of your house fast in Clayhall
Customers of ours have shared numerous reasons they have for deciding to use us as their house buyer. See below a range of common reasons we have been told:
- Separating from my partner
- Sale fallen through
- Preventing a repossession
- Probate house inherited
- Emigrated to another country
- Chain break in the sale of a house
- Upsizing – in need of more space
- Have a new job and will be relocating
- Leasehold issues
- Sitting tenant
- Trouble with finances
- Difficulty selling my home
- Selling house/flat with RAAC
- Planning retirement
Our team are more than happy to talk with you about any specific queries on your mind in relation to the sale of your Clayhall home, or any other property you are selling.
How will LDN Properties value your Clayhall home when making a fair and fast offer to buy it?
LDN Properties makes quick and competitive offers for buying properties in London, including the suburb of Clayhall in the Redbridge borough to the east of the city centre. This district is named after a manor house that was demolished in the 1700s but was previously part of an estate owned in the 13th century by Adam and Matilda de la Claie by Richard de la Claie.
When you contact us about selling your freehold or leasehold house or flat in Clayhall, we promise to give you an honest and fair offer that is based on our review of a comprehensive set of reliable factors. We have bought homes for many very happy customers throughout London since launching in 2003, and we’ll gladly explain exactly how we calculated our offer price.
One important issue we look at is whether you have invested in any physical work on your home, such as a renovation or extension. Our experts are reviewing whether the result of that work has been to increase or decrease the overall value and sale price of the property.
There are various other factors that we will consider, such as asking home valuation experts for their input, checking for any relevant documents about your property that the local planning authority might possess, assessing the current strengths and weaknesses of owning a house or flat in Clayhall, and comparing the present and historic prices of homes likes yours in Clayhall on property sales sites such as Rightmove and Zoopla, among other important metrics.
Top queries to ask an auctioneer when selling your property in Clayhall
Auctioning is one way to try selling your Clayhall home, although it can be a gamble because your property might not receive any bids and therefore it won’t sell, and you’ll have to start the process of finding a buyer all over. Your aim is to get many bids on your home, which will push the sale price high and hopefully make you a decent profit. But you could just get a single bid at the reserve price, which is the lowest value at which you agree to sell your property.
For this reason, it’s vital that you select a reserve price at which you will still be able to make a profit even after subtracting the commission that the auctioneer might charge for selling your home. A winning bid at an auction is considered a legally binding agreement to buy your home, and the buyer could sue to enforce it should you decide to try and walk away from the sale.
If you would like to use a property auction, you might want to consider calling companies in advance to ask them questions about how the selling process. We’ve provided some top queries and explanations of answers below to help you in making your decision about the best way to sell your property.
How much commission will you charge me for selling my home?
Auctioneers typically charge sellers fees based on their property’s sale price, although you might be able to pass some costs on to the winning high bidder. However, if you sell your property to a legitimate fast buyer like LDN Properties then you will not have to pay any fees and you will make more profit because you can count on receiving the full sale proceeds.
How long will the winning high bidder have to complete the process of buying my home?
Auctioneers set an average deadline of 28 days for the winning high bidder to complete the purchase of a property sold at auction, but this can vary so you should ask specific companies for their policy. Note that selling to a quick buyer will often be a much speedier process, and can be completed within weeks rather than the longer timeline with selling via an auction.
What’s your success rate with auctioning my specific type of property?
This is an important question because it can help you learn whether the auctioneer has ever managed to sell your home. If your property has a unique feature, such as suffering dry rot, and the auction company has never sold such a home before, they may struggle to generate any interest in buyers and your property could receive zero bids and will therefore not sell.
Property resources to consider
Areas around Clayhall we operate in
Barkingside Cranbrook Fairlop Fullwell Cross Gants Hill Redbridge Repton Park Snaresbrook South Woodford Wanstead Woodford Woodford Bridge Woodford Green
Postcodes in and around Clayhall we cover
E11 E18 IG1 IG2 IG4 IG5 IG6 IG8
Types of property we purchase around Clayhall
- Detached property
- Penthouse apartment
- Empty property
- New build apartment
- End-terrace house
- Studio flat
- Semi detached properties
- Listed flats
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