It is very frustrating. You have your valuations done, choose an estate agent, agree a marketing price and get the details prepared. Then you are ‘live’.
There is no doubt that the rate of growth is slowing, but overall, there is still house price growth since last year. It also depends which house price indices you follow, as they can use slightly differing criteria.
As far as potential purchasers are concerned, it does look rather desperate if your property keeps popping up with different agents, plus with the way that rightmove works these days it shows when a property was first listed, so they can tell that you have been trying to sell for some time…
Everything seems to be going swimmingly; your purchasers are happy to wait for you to find your next home. And then… someone moves the goal posts.
It could be that a new baby is expected, or a job offer has forced a vendor or purchaser to[…]
As the sultry summer days that we have so enjoyed give way to the more ‘traditional’ late summer weather, now may be the time to wheel the BBQ back into the shed, and focus on moving home before the dark nights set in. […]
We all know about de-cluttering, weeding and generally sprucing up our home to market for sale. BUT why go to all that trouble if your agent is not portraying your home in the best possible light? Quality photographs and bespoke property particulars really do make the most of your biggest asset, so when you have […]