Selling your property with Rosewood Estates
Step 1: Acquire Valuation
Step 2: Selecting an Estate Agent
You should also check to see if your agent will organize your government-required Energy Performance Certificate on your behalf, or if you need to organize it yourself. You must have commissioned an EPC before your property can be marketed.
Step 3: Hire a Solicitor
Step 4: Prepare your home
In order to give the best first impression to the buyers, we recommend that you arrange, clean up and clean the apartment and look at it with strangers eyes, so hide everything you do not want to see.
Step 5: Marketing/Viewing
If you decide to host the view yourself, do not forget to highlight all the good points that are not immediately obvious, such as friendly neighbours, south facing gardens and built-in storage rooms. The first impression really counts when potential buyers see your property. Rosewood Estates can take shoppers with you for your sightseeing or, if you prefer, you can guide the shoppers in your own home for a personal touch.
Step 6: Negotiation
The position of the buyer can also influence your decision. It should take into account the position and the ability of the buyer, together with the offered price and how they fit your requirements, whether they pay cash, whether they already have a basic mortgage, whether they are buyers for the first time among other things. Whatever happens, you should never feel pressured to accept an offer that you are not satisfied with.