Why is it hard to sell a house quickly? Selling a house at a price that both the buyer and seller are happy with is often a challenging task.
Selling your home is a major life event, full of new horizons for you and your family. It involves changing the property that you live in, often in a completely fresh location – it’s a new start! Amidst all the excitement surrounding your move, selling a property on the open market can be expensive.
As our UK-wide survey revealed, selling your house is one of life’s most stressful events and was ranked even higher than having a baby or getting married! Often, you feel emotionally connected to your home and if you’re not finding offers flooding in for it, it can be easy to take it quite personally.
Over the past few years, online estate agents such as Tepilo and Purple Bricks have become increasingly popular, rivalling traditional agents. Why? Well in short, online estate agents tend to be more affordable and transparent with their pricing than high street agents.
Has your property seemed smaller recently, does it feel cramped rather than compact? Is an extra bedroom, a bigger garden or a second bathroom starting to become more important to you as you grow older? It might be the right time to upsize.
Changing the way you can sell your home With the rapid expansion of the internet and online technology, the way we learn, communicate and shop has been revolutionised. This paradigm shift has allowed companies to adopt new, dynamic business models that allow them to function purely online, without the need for a physical location.
Finding a large sum of money for a house deposit can seem like a daunting task for potential homebuyers. Even after years of careful budgeting, the housing market is always changing which makes saving enough for a deposit even more difficult.
A study by Which? found that 3 in 10 UK house sales fell through in 2016, leaving thousands of potential sellers frustrated and unsure how to proceed.
At Vivo Property Buyers, we work with many people around the south-east of England, from residents of commuter belt towns and beyond, and we also buy property in London, where we’re based. We love the Capital and have bought many homes from lots of lovely people from all areas and zones.
One of the primary benefits of technology is that way it makes our lives easier, whether when we’re at work or play. As experienced property buyers, we can see how advancements in technology have changed the housing industry for the better too.
Over the years Vivo has purchased a number of homes during the school holidays in super quick time, allowing families to successfully move before the new term starts.
The number of ways in which you can sell your property has grown in recent years. More and more often, homeowners are bypassing the traditional route of using high-street estate agents in favour of online estate agents as well as a more independent option – selling their home privately.
Welcome to the final of our London’s Commuter Town series, where we have been looking at the top places to live if you’re working in the Capital. Today we pitch the best of each county against one another and crown London’s best commuter town.
Whether you’re selling your home, looking to buy one, or both, everyone can agree on one thing; you want it to be as quick and stress-free as possible. Sadly, in the property market, agreeing on things isn’t that easy.