TO SELL IN SEPTEMBER
In the blink of an eye, the trees are dappled in burnished reds and golds. That first waft of coal fire smoke garnishes the dusky sky. Dust off your autumn boots and dig out your gloves…September is here.
Summer brought with it the UK’s busiest month of house sales in a decade. Everyone agrees, the housing market is booming.
So, alongside crisp misty mornings and crackling log fires, what delights does autumn hold for sellers?
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Switching estate agents
all you need to know to get it right
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When you chose your estate agent, you did so because you believed they could sell your home.
You felt so certain, you even put your name to it when you signed the contract.
However, months down the line, hopes of lots of viewers and competing offers from eager buyers, are starting to fade.
You find yourself wondering if the market has changed, or if your asking price was just too optimistic. Your estate agent seems to have lost confidence in their ability to sell your house for the price they recommended. “Would a new agent do a better job?” you ask yourself.
Your Property’s Asking Price
If you have had your house on the market for some time without success, dropping your asking price may seem an inevitable, if unwanted, next step. Your estate agent will often suggest this move if they have run out of ideas, motivation and most importantly, confidence in your asking price.
But is dropping your asking price really the answer to selling your home more effectively?
Preparing to sell your home
GETTING READY TO MOVE
With the property market now able to re-open, now is the time to get ready to make sure you’re prepared for selling your home, and moving on.
Over the past few weeks, house viewings have not been possible. But don’t worry – your estate agent will have been taking registrations of interest from people wanting to view your home, and should have a list of buyers ready to book an appointment as soon as they are able to.
So let’s make sure your home is viewing-ready!
Selling your home in an uncertain time
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW RIGHT NOW
Are you buying or selling a home right now? Or planning to? Feeling concerned and anxious about what’s going to happen with the housing market over the coming months?
Maybe you’re feeling uncertain about what you should be doing and wondering what you can do to mitigate any risk to your financial security.
We are living in unreal times. In this article, I’ll explore what this uncertainty means for you and your family, and explain exactly what you can do to best position yourselves when the housing market returns to normal. Whether you’re selling, buying, or just want some guidance on what the next few months might mean for the property market in our area, this article will help.