Property auction in Hull 

Property auction in Hull — we explain how it works and the pros and cons in our latest blog.    Who tends to sell their house at a property auction in Hull?  Anyone can sell their home at auction (Hull or elsewhere in the UK) but this route tends to be most popular amongst those either looking for a fast …

Selling Your House in Hull – FAQs

The covid-19 pandemic forced us all to stop and literally stay indoors. Without downplaying the severity of the virus and the many lives that it has already affected across the world, quarantine life has had it upsides: for many, it’s been a chance to reflect and re-evaluate what they actually want out of life with covidivorvces and coronababies representative of …

Fast House Sale in Hull — Options (Ranked) 

Need a fast house sale? We rank your options.    #1 — Genuine Cash Buying Company  This is the fastest way to sell your home and receive the money in your bank.  This is the only option that 100% guarantees a sale.  Pros: There are no selling fees to pay.  Your legal fees are usually paid for you.  They will …

Lockdown Part 2 and the Property Market 

Lockdown V.2.0 is officially underway. For many of us, it’s an unwelcome sense of deja-vu with ‘stay at home’ the order of the day.  But on a property market level what does lockdown this time around actually mean? Is it a total shut down once again?    Lockdown part 2 – your property FAQs answered.    Is the UK property …

Why should I sell my house now? 

2020 has been a turbulent year for the property market.  It all started so well with the Conservative party election victory finally delivering clarity on Brexit (we were indeed leaving the European Union). But at the end of March things took a dramatic turn, with the property market forced to grind to a halt when coronavirus took hold and we …

Estate Agent Fees — The Facts 

Estate agent fees are a contentious issue for many. And that was before COVID-19 accelerated already-growing online trends.  RightMove, Zoopla, PrimeLocation and other online portals are now the first port of call for many looking to kick-start the moving process.   Estate agent fees are increasingly controversial because (quite rightly) most people feel that RightMove (and their online counterparts) now do …

House Sale Fallen Through — What’s Next? 

1 in 3 house sales in the UK fall through, irrelevant of whether the market is roaring or in retreat. The big issue in the UK is that offers are not legally binding meaning that a buyer can make a u-turn at the 11th hour with no recourse. For the seller, it costs them on average £2,899 every time a …

How To Sell Your Flat Fast — Guide

Coronavirus has forced change; from the extinction of the daily commute, freedom of travel, and mass gatherings to our increasing reliance on technology and focus on health.  It’s no surprise then that covid-19 has also changed the property game through re-aligning people’s priorities: flats and apartments in packed, polluted and pandemic ridden cities just don’t have the curb appeal that …

How to sell your house without an estate agent

Estate agent fees can be a tough pill to swallow with typical costs ranging between 0.75% and 3.0% +VAT of the agreed selling price. For a property worth £200,000 that works out at between £1,500 and £6,000 excluding VAT.  With high-costs, it’s tempting to consider doing it yourself and entering the world of DIY selling—  in other words online agents.  …

How many house sales fall through at the last minute in the UK? 

Almost a quarter of all house sales fell through at the last minute in England and Wales last year.    Moving house is usually motivated by a change of circumstance: sometimes good like landing a dream job at the other side of the country; and sometimes bad like a relationship breakdown or the threat of repossession.    Whatever the selling …