What’s The Best Way To Sell My House Quickly For A Good Price?

If you are in a position where you need to get a fast sale of a property, you are not alone.

Every year hundreds of people in the UK want a quick home sale that ensures they get a fair price for their property.

This helpful article will break down your options for securing a quick house sale, as well as the pros and cons of each.

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Sell To A Home Buying Company

This is generally the best option for most homeowners and the one that will get you the best result in the shortest time.

Pros

Cons

  • Lots of fake companies and scammers

Cash Offers

  • Expect to receive around 80% of the market value

quick home saleSell Your Home At Auction

This is a good option if your house needs a bit of work or it has a defective title.

Pros

  • Completion dates are usually mandatory and set for 28 days after auction

Cons

  • Finding a buyer is not guaranteed
  • Watch out for people trying to use the ‘Modern Method’ it is not free or guaranteed to work

Cash Offers

  • Expect offers around 75% of market value

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Part Exchange With New Home Builder

Some house building companies will offer you a Part Exchange service, where your old home is taken as part of the payment for the new home you are buying.

Pros

  • Saves the hassle of selling your old home

Cons

  • Only useful if you are buying a new build property
  • Not all house building companies will offer part exchange
  • Only offered if you are trading up

Cash Offers

  • Expect to receive around 95% of the market value

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Other Options For Selling Your Home Quickly

There are a few other options for getting a fast sale of your home, but these usually include changing your current strategy of selling with an estate agent.

You can change estate agent, bring in another estate agent or reduce your asking price, but these options will still not be as quick as us!

Get an initial valuation for your home today and you could be finalising the sale in as little as one week.