Vendors Information

If you are considering selling your home or property then let our local expertise work in your favour. We will work with you to agree a marketing plan to suit the needs of your property, designed to achieve the best possible price for your home. When selling your house we will consider every aspect of the transaction, working within the timescales available and in relation to the market conditions in the area. One of the main benefits of selling your property through our agency is that the details of your home will be published online reaching not only local buyers, but also regional and national home movers.
We are fully committed to providing the highest quality selling service in the property market. We provide this at competitive commission rates, delivered on a no sale, no fee basis. Please do not hesitate to contact us via phone or email so that we can assist you with selling your property.

 

Market Appraisal

 

Pricing Your Property

 

If you would like us to give you price advice on your property, please call us on 0116 352 7012 or email us at info@kingsestateuk.com and arrange a free, no obligation, market appraisal.

Attracting Your Buyer-Tips

 

Here are some tips to help you get your home ready for buyers. More often than not, a well presented home will sell quicker, and for a better price.

 

Paint

 

Pound for pound, a fresh coat of paint is likely to give the biggest improvement in saleability and price achieved against asking price. Even if it doesn't increase your asking price by £10,000s, it will almost certainly result in an offer closer to your asking price than if your property's decoration looks tired, and aged.

 

De-clutter, De-clutter, De-Clutter

 

So important we said it thrice! Removing unnecessary items for a room can create the extra feeling of space and light that is important to most buyers. Also, a de-cluttered home will help the buyer mentally "move in" with their own belongings, and that's one step closer to them making you an offer!

 

Tidy

 

Make sure the washing up is done, the ironing is put away (or hidden in a cupboard if you are short of time), and that the dogs, if you have them, are out of the house. Remember, you love your pet but a buyer may not. Clear all unnecessary objects from the kitchen countertops. If it hasn't been used for three months…put it away! Clear refrigerator fronts of messages, magnets, pictures, etc. If you are short of time, then try to ensure the first room the buyers walk into is tidy, well presented, and inviting. You don't get a second chance to make a first impression to a viewer, and they have often decided if the house "feels" right for them within the first two minutes.

 

 

What draws the eye?

 

After you have done your tidying and de-cluttering, try walking out of the room and then back in and see if anything untoward catches your eye. If it does, remove it from the room.

  

Light

 

Brighten things up! Some people may like to live in dark houses but most buyers will want light. Make sure the curtains are wide open, and if there are any dark corners then make sure you have lamps to light them.

  

 

Kerb appeal

 

The main photograph of your property's sales details will, most likely, be the front of the house. Ensure the front is well presented, and remove all cars from the driveway when the external photo is taken.

  

 

 

In General...

 

...try to look at your house "through a buyer's eyes," as though you've never seen it before. This exercise will help you see what needs to be done. Any time and money invested on the areas listed above will usually bring you the return of a better offer and a quicker sale.

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