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weselanyhome.co.uk

WeSellAnyHome.co.uk is the UK''s home of homes for sale or rent. We aim to be the place for UK home movers to find details of all properties available to buy or rent & add that little bit more to your sale. The world of selling and buying houses is changing rapidly. Currently almost 90% of people now search for their next home on the internet. Consider this in light of the fact that 14 million homes now have computers with internet access not to mention how many have access at work. Aswell as this we can now access all the local knowledge and recent houseprices on your street and in your area through our online affiliates - so it isn''t hard to see that having high street presence is no longer totally necessary. WeSellAnyHome combines the most valuable services that a high street estate agent provides with the power of internet marketing and we''ll work side by side with the agent to boost your selling options. Some Advice When Buying or Selling Viewing A Property Arrange viewing at times that you can realistically have the property looking good, kitchen cleared, grass cut etc. The property needs to be tidy. Create a nice atmosphere, pleasant fragrances, and flowers and turn the television off. In winter light any fires and have the heating at a comfortable level. In summer open windows. Be ready for questions about the property, neighbours and the locality. Be clear about your own reasons for moving-on, time scales and flexibility. Leave it to your agent do any serious negotiating. TIPS ON SELLING The Estate Agent Ask a few agents to value your property. Be objective about what they say and do not be unduly critical if is not what you wanted to hear! Do not necessarily choose the agent with the cheapest fee; you want your property advertised and ''sold properly'' in all respects. Choose an agent that belongs to a professional body such as: The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Ombudsman Estate Agency (OEA) Read ALL the small print if you decide to use a sole agent. Multiple agents could cost you more, but may increase your chances of selling your property. State any fixtures and fittings to be included in the sale. Make it clear to the agent the minimum value you are presently willing to accept from a buyer. The Property The Property Work out your budget: Standard lending ratios are usually three times the principal earner''s gross income plus one times the second, or two and a half times joint gross income. Consider your existing equity, savings, moving costs and your likely general credit rating. Decide what you want to buy. Make a wish list of essential criteria: Style, size, age, numbers of rooms, garaging, parking, garden etc. Still remain open-minded - lots of people surprise themselves with what they end up buying. Consider the wider picture: Location, communications, local facilities, schools, clubs Is this a long term move? How will your property needs vary in future?

weselanyhome.co.uk
160 westborough road
Billericay
Essex
ss0 9jd
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WeSellAnyHome.co.uk is the UK''s home of homes for sale or rent. We aim to be the place for UK home movers to find details of all properties available to buy or rent & add that little bit more to your sale. The world of selling and buying houses is changing rapidly. Currently almost 90% of people now search for their next home on the internet. Consider this in light of the fact that 14 million homes now have computers with internet access not to mention how many have access at work. Aswell as this we can now access all the local knowledge and recent houseprices on your street and in your area through our online affiliates - so it isn''t hard to see that having high street presence is no longer totally necessary. WeSellAnyHome combines the most valuable services that a high street estate agent provides with the power of internet marketing and we''ll work side by side with the agent to boost your selling options. Some Advice When Buying or Selling Viewing A Property Arrange viewing at times that you can realistically have the property looking good, kitchen cleared, grass cut etc. The property needs to be tidy. Create a nice atmosphere, pleasant fragrances, and flowers and turn the television off. In winter light any fires and have the heating at a comfortable level. In summer open windows. Be ready for questions about the property, neighbours and the locality. Be clear about your own reasons for moving-on, time scales and flexibility. Leave it to your agent do any serious negotiating. TIPS ON SELLING The Estate Agent Ask a few agents to value your property. Be objective about what they say and do not be unduly critical if is not what you wanted to hear! Do not necessarily choose the agent with the cheapest fee; you want your property advertised and ''sold properly'' in all respects. Choose an agent that belongs to a professional body such as: The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Ombudsman Estate Agency (OEA) Read ALL the small print if you decide to use a sole agent. Multiple agents could cost you more, but may increase your chances of selling your property. State any fixtures and fittings to be included in the sale. Make it clear to the agent the minimum value you are presently willing to accept from a buyer. The Property The Property Work out your budget: Standard lending ratios are usually three times the principal earner''s gross income plus one times the second, or two and a half times joint gross income. Consider your existing equity, savings, moving costs and your likely general credit rating. Decide what you want to buy. Make a wish list of essential criteria: Style, size, age, numbers of rooms, garaging, parking, garden etc. Still remain open-minded - lots of people surprise themselves with what they end up buying. Consider the wider picture: Location, communications, local facilities, schools, clubs Is this a long term move? How will your property needs vary in future?