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Everything you need to know about buying and selling property

Private house sales

Private house sales are essentially the same as a for sale by owner. The main benefit is avoiding the hefty percentage fee, charged by a high street agent on the sale price of your home. It can be a great way of maximising the profit on the sale of your house but...

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Advertise your house on Rightmove with A Premium Listing

If you’re selling your house online, you will almost certainly be listing your property advert on the major property portals such as Rightmove. These have become the go to sites for house hunters across the nation and so not listing with them will put you at a severe...

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Advertise your home on Rightmove with a Featured Listing

In this day and age, selling your house online, without the help of the major property portals such as Rightmove, can be very tricky. Rightmove and Zoopla have become the first stop for the nation when looking to buy a house, so maximising your properties potential in...

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DIY Estate Agents – Selling Your Home Online

With the rise of property websites such as Rightmove and Zoopla and the explosion of the online estate agency sector, selling via the internet has become increasingly popular. However the term DIY estate agent has been coined by many to describe the process of selling...

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Modern Estate Agents

Gone are the days of estate agents in shiny suits, fighting it out for your business, with empty promises of good service and false valuations to get you on their books. Estate agency has changed and the modern estate agent is here. What is a modern estate agent? The...

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Estate Agent Industry Terms Explained

What does under offer and what does sstc mean? Estate Agent terms explained.     As with many professions, estate agency has a number of industry terms that can often be confusing for those looking to buy or sell a house. Luckily it isn’t too complicated and we have...

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How to Switch Estate Agents

The first and arguably most important thing when choosing an estate agent is to read your contract in full. Unfortunately, this does include the fine print but it is vital that you know what you are getting into. Although this may take some time, this will undoubtedly...

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