Many people find themselves needing to sell a property quickly and for a variety of reasons. People can become motivated to sell mainly through the infamous “D’s” which are: Debt, Divorce, Death. Selling a property quickly is not rocket science, and can be achieved if you are willing to compromise. There are four key factors which come into play in a quick property sale.
If you’re thinking of selling your property, a big question you’ll want to answer is what it’s actually worth. Without having a decent idea here, you won’t really be able to judge what constitutes a good offer.
But how do you get an idea of the value of your property?
There’s no denying it; a property transaction is one of life’s most stressful experiences. A study by Which? Mortgage Advisers back in 2016 found that selling a house is second in the stress list, behind only getting divorced and ahead of events like having a child, getting married and even arranging care for a relative.
Over 250,000 people live in park homes across the U.K, and they are becoming an increasingly popular housing option, particularly for those looking to downsize. There are more than 1,700 park home sites across the country, many of them located in beautiful surroundings in prime areas.
It’s obvious from the TV adverts for the portals how stressful selling a home is. The adverts for Zoopla and Purplebricks even make fun of it and “commissary” is a new word that entered the English language as a result. It’s that feeling you get when you realise you paid too much in commission for selling your home.