Even the most amicable of divorce proceedings can be complex. So when you consider the stress that selling a home brings and add the trappings of divorce on less than friendly terms, it can be quite overwhelming.
Your first step is to determine the best method to sell the home; a traditional listing through an estate agent or a private sale are the two most common options. However, read on to find out more about the easiest way to sell your house in the North East after a messy divorce.
Typically, after a divorce, the last remaining issue is to sell your house in the County Durham, Darlington, Newcastle, Gateshead, Sunderland, Northumberland, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees areas and divide the profits as quickly as possible, so you can bring proceedings to a close.
Did you know that a direct buyer can ease the strain by guaranteeing your completion date in as little as seven days?
However, there’s no such guarantee if you choose the traditional route of listing with an estate agent or attempting to sell the home independently. Regrettably, as the number of days lingering on the market adds up, the monthly expenses for holding the property continue.
Sadly, the longer a home is on the market, the more that interest in the property drops along with the listing price. Thus, choosing the easy solution of making a direct sale to a professional investor, like those at We Buy Homes North East , can save you time and money.
Quite often, the home can need repairs carried out, which for one reason or another you don’t want to commit to, be it through a lack of finance, or an urgency to sell the property.
As a result, if you try to sell your house in the North East in its current condition, buyers may back out of the deal or look for a big discount on the price. Most buyers looking through the market listings, and especially first-time buyers want homes that are in ready-to-move-in condition.
A direct buying company like We Buy Homes North East will be able to give you a breakdown of the likely costs of selling through an estate agent and compare it with the costs of selling directly to us, so you can make the best decision for you.
When you sell your house in the North East with an estate agent, they’ll have professional photographs taken, along with a whole lot of other marketing tools that get added to your bill via commission.
By working with a direct buyer to lighten your load a bit, you’ll save time and money because you won’t need to worry about paying estate agent fees and marketing costs.
Cleaning and prepping for viewings can be a real time-consuming process on your the North East property.
It’s a good idea to give the property a fresh lick of paint and a top-to-bottom clean at the very least, before having any viewings.
On the other hand, you can leave your worries about strangers coming through your home and skip the viewings by selling directly to a professional investor, like those at We Buy Homes North East ; you’ll save time and money because you can just skip the cleanup. We’ll handle your unwanted leftovers, too; just take the boxes and furniture you want and leave everything else behind.
In traditional home sales, the completion date is also the final date to be moved out. There is typically little to no flexibility as the buyers will be moving into the home as their primary residence.
If you’ve been unable to find another property then this can cause a major headache.
When you sell your house in the North East to a direct buyer, the completion date can be at any time that’s convenient for your plans, so you can move when you’re ready.
If you’ve gone through a messy divorce and are ready to sell your house in the North East, We Buy Homes North East will make the process as smooth and easy as possible. Contact We Buy Homes North East on 0191 369 2088 today to learn more.