The housing market has been given the go ahead to stay open and we will continue to operate in the safest way possible, meaning we will still be able to help you move over this period. Following government guidance, our office doors will be locked and should only be visited by appointment only so that we can create the safest environment for you to speak to a member of our team. And of course, we are just a phone call away so don’t hesitate to get in touch to find out more.
I have recently sold my property and bought a new house in a nearby village and, despite dealing with house sales all day, every day, I found the experience a real eye opener. The main thing that struck me was the importance of a using a good estate agent. Here’s my story, I hope that you find it of interest and that it encourages you to pick your estate agent wisely!
Starting our search for a new home:
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Only yesterday I read an Agency Agreement (the document which forms the contract between the seller and the agent), which came from another estate agent in my location, stating that they take no responsibility for the sale once an offer has been accepted and that their client is to take full responsibility for progressing the sale through to exchange of contracts and keeping them informed of everything going on! Believe me, an estate agent with this attitude is not an estate agent you should want to work with.
If you are looking to sell make sure you choose your estate agent carefully, it will make all the difference! If you have any enquiries or would like to discuss selling your home just give my team a call on 01923 776400. I shall be going on maternity leave shortly, so I shall be leaving my fellow managers in charge of the sales office until I return.
All the best,
* Rightmove research Dec 2013
*Property Academy Home Moving Trend Survey 2013
If you would like further information from the above surveys please do not hesitate to ask!