It’s time to sell your house. You keep asking yourself if you should hire an agent to sell your house in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. Do you want to pay commissions or fees? How long are you willing to wait for the house to receive an offer? How long will it take to close? What sort of repairs will you have to make? Are you available to show your house with 24-hour notice, or less?
No Property Viewings
If you decide to sell your house directly to a professional house buyer in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, North East, you will not have to worry about viewings, untrustworthy estate agents or flaky buyers trying to haggle over pennies.
No Commissions or Fees
Estate agents are paid based on a percentage of the sale price of your house. If you don’t use an agent, there will be no commissions paid to a buyer’s or seller’s agent. That means thousands of pounds in savings, as commission can easily be 3% or more. Property investors typically do not charge commission or transaction fees, and if they do, it’s extremely low in comparison.
Estate agents have access to sites like RightMove and Zoopla, which allows your property to be found in searches for certain features of a property. This may sound great, but how long will it sit on the market? How fast will you receive offers? Property investors and other direct house buyers typically have a network of other house buyers, so if your property doesn’t fit their portfolio, then it may fit one of their colleagues’ portfolios. Either way, this means very limited waiting time for an offer. Also, when you sell your house in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, North East directly to house buyers, they will typically close faster than traditional buyers, and usually pay full in cash. Traditional house purchases usually require qualifications from banks, mortgage underwriting time, property inspection and the buyer may not end up qualifying in the end.
Inspections & Repairs
Professional house buyers in North East will usually purchase houses as-is. As a seller, this means you don’t have to worry about repairs before closing or any other additional expenses you were not planning on. There are some companies that do not require inspections which makes it a truly as-is transaction. When you use an estate agent, the buyer will almost always order an inspection of the property. If they find something wrong with the property structure, they may require you to fix it, meaning you’re out of pocket before the property closes.
You Have Time
When you work with an investor instead of an agent to sell your Newcastle upon Tyne house, you will likely have time after the closing to move out. When you work with an agent in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, you are normally expected to vacate the house on or before the day of closing.
When you sell to us, you don’t have to worry about cleaning up after you move out or make any repairs. We buy your property as-is and will give you time to find your new house.