Quick House Sale Company Review

Just spotted this article and found it relevant to share on here. Hopefully it will help.

Three Methods to Get a Quick Property Sale

It seems that the subject of selling houses is constantly in the news and many homeowners are worrying about long, laborious and expensive property sales. But with the right approach you can get a quick property sale at a price you’re happy with. Here’s how:

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The Auction House

Selling your home at auction can be an effective way to get a quick sale, but it doesn’t necessarily make the process of actually exchanging any faster. Whether you choose an auction house or an estate agent, finalising can take many weeks or even months. Auctions are often a good option for homes that need a lot of work as they’re usually more popular with developers and contractors, but if your house is in poor condition it will be reflected in the price you get. You’ll also need to give a percentage of your sale price to the auction house and pat solicitor’s fees.

The Estate Agent

Estate agent sales are notoriously long and laborious and to be honest, there’s very little you can do to get things speeded up. However, one tack you can try at the initial outset is decorating or renovating to get your home to a ‘turnkey’ standard, which can be very expensive. Although an ‘ideal home’ will attract more potential purchasers and make a sale more likely, the process of exchanging could still take several months and of course, you’ll need to stump up for solicitor’s and estate agents fees.

The Cash Buyer

Cash home buying companies are relatively new to the UK but are fast gaining popularity. A cash home buying company will give you a price for your home based on its current valuation and if you accept, they do everything involved with the sale on your behalf, including dealing with solicitors and all the legislation surrounding a sale. You don’t need to decorate or renovate because your home is being purchased by a company, as opposed to an individual. In addition, home buying companies do not charge a fee for their services so the price you get will be the exact amount of money you receive – a much clearer and more straightforward way to do things than other sales methods.

If you’d like to know more about the many benefits of using a house buying company to purchase your house fast try this one that I used, the UK’s premier home buying company that can buy your house fast guaranteed.

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Sell House Fast? Furious.

So today I decided to try contacting a few companies that claim to be able to buy any house for cash. My house has been valued at one point at £250,000. One of these companies made me an offer of £100,000! That is a drop of £150k which myself and my wife are obviously not happy with. I don’t know how they have the ordacidy to try and buy at those prices.

The companies I tried first were:

https://www.nationalpropertytrade.co.uk/

https://www.flyinghomes.co.uk/sell-house-fast/

https://housebuyfast.co.uk/sell-house-fast/

These three made me very low offers for my house. Considering the amount of work I have put into the property, the vast land that comes with the property, I honestly found their offers to be offensive to myself and my wife.

I have found one company that I am interested in giving a try, and aim to give them a call tomorrow. The site is https://www.readysteadysell.co.uk/

This company claim to be able to pay better prices and buy in 7 days. This sounds very reasonable to me so we will see how it goes. I will be sure to update this blog if I get anywhere with Ready Steady, however i’m not counting my chickens!

Is anyone actually reading this??

 

Rightmove Description

http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/38342785?search_identifier=e8a79dcfc948b2041c9e389d5e0a099d#6dTtTBKMm7SaCgFe.97

Property features

  • Private garden
  • Single garage
  • Central heating
  • Double glazing
  • Fireplace
  • Rural/secluded
  • Septic tank

Property description

General remarks and stipulations

Situation
Tedham Farm is located ½ mile to the north of Spartylea, Hexham in the County of Northumberland. The farm fronts the B6295 road and it is close to Allendale Town (4 miles) and Hexham (15 miles).

The farm is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty (aonb) and adjoins Allendale Common.

Tenure and Possession
The farmhouse and adjoining stone barn are for sale with vacant possession on completion.

The both lots one and two are available with vacant possession on completion.

Method of sale
Tedham Farm is for sale by private treaty as a whole or in two lots. Alternatively the vendor is prepared to consider offers for all or part of the property to suit purchasers’; requirements.

A closing date for offers may be fixed and all interested parties are advised to register their interest with the sole agents.

Mineral Rights
The mineral rights are reserved from the sale and are not in the ownership of the vendors.

Sporting Rights
The sporting rights are included.

Easements and outgoings
There is a right of way for the occupiers of the cottage and barn conversion. This is due to separate ownership of all three properties and maintenance of the access road is divided equally between all three parties. The access road is owned by the vendor.

There is an unclassified ‘U’ road running through Lot 2.

The property is sold subject to all other public and private rights of way, rights of water and easements of any description that may affect the same and to all quasi- easements or quasi-privileges now enjoyed over and affecting the same and to all outgoings of every description that may be subsisting or chargeable thereon whether or not mentioned in these particulars.

Water Supply
The farmhouse and outbuildings are supplied by spring water. This supply is restricted to three properties which are Tedham Farm, Tedham Cottage and Tedham Barn.

Boundaries
The Vendor will only sell such interest, if any, in the boundary fences, ditches, walls and hedges and other boundaries separating the property from other properties not belonging to them. In the event of the property being sold in lots any boundaries between lots will be shared on a 50/50 basis.

The purchasers of Lot 2 will be required to erect a stock proof fence (a-b on Plan) between Lots 1 and 2 and will be responsible thereafter for its maintenance.

Basic Payment and Stewardship Schemes
The land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and these entitlements are in possession of the tenants of the land.

Inspection
Viewing is strictly by appointment with the Vendors’ agents, although the land and property can be viewed from the public highway.

Council Tax Band
The farmhouse is band E.

Services
Mains Electricity
Spring Water Supply
Septic Tank

Energy Performance Certificate
The farmhouse has a current Energy Efficiency Rating of Band F. A full copy can be provided by the Vendors’ agents on request.

Lot 1 The Farmhouse, stone barn and 7 acres of grassland (2.85 hectares).

Tedham Farmhouse is a traditional two storey dwelling with an attached barn. It is constructed of stone with an asbestos roof with a rear extension of rendered brick and flat roof. The farmhouse is double glazed throughout.

The accommodation is as follows:-

Ground Floor

• Lean to entrance porch 2.18m x 1.39m with UPVC entrance door
• Sitting room 4.86m x 3.52m with double panel radiator. Fireplace with stone surround.
• Living room 4.99m x 5.21m with tiled fireplace and back boiler. Built in airing cupboard and beamed ceiling.
• Kitchen 1.99m x 5.64m with under stair cupboard and built in corner cupboard. Single drainer sink unit with base and wall units.
• Bathroom 1.75m x 2.02m with paneled bath, wash hand basin and w.C.

Stairs with access to loft.

First Floor

• Bedroom One 2.87m x 3.97m (max) with a single panel radiator and storage cupboard over stairs.
• Bedroom Two 4.58m x 3.55m with a single panel radiator.
• Bedroom Three 4.99m x 3.29m with a single panel radiator.
• Bedroom Four 1.72m x 2.76m with a single panel radiator.

Outside
Stone barn comprising a former byre with loft above.

Lean to coal house.

Approximately 7.04 acres (2.85 hectares)sound grazing land in two enclosures. This land is currently subject to a Farm Business Tenancy with vacant possession available from 12 April 2017.

Lot 2 (coloured purple on the plan)
5.36 acres (2.17 hectares)
Lot 2 is a grass land enclosure which fronts the B6295 road. The land is currently occupied on a Farm Business Tenancy which expiries on 12 April 2017.

Further grassland is available if required.

Read more at http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/38342785#lJV7qBX5ft7hPRhr.99

Orchard Farm, Northumberland

It’s been almost 9 months of trying to sell our wonderful property in sunny (or not so) Northumberland. Close to the busy little town of Hexham, our farm has been our home for over 40 years, but sadly due to the children leaving home, it’s time for myself and my wife to downsize. We are currently looking for a bungalow or looking to move into sheltered accommodation, due to my wifes deteriorating health.

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The property itself is in good condition, and over the years I personally have done many updates to keep it modernised. However, as of late my own health has been questionable, hence the reason for needing a quick house sale.

For the past 9 months, I have been using local estate agents in Hexham to assist with the sale, but i’m really not getting anywhere with them. I don’t want to name names, however most of the companies on this page we have tried selling with! http://www.rightmove.co.uk/estate-agents/Hexham.html

Our next hope is to try some ‘cash house firms’ and we have been recommended by a neighbour to try this route. I’m personally not sure on the whole idea, and feel the offer will be incredibly low. Who know’s! My next ‘rant’ will be regarding this so please stay tuned.

Also if you are interested in buying our lovely property we are looking for around £225,000. This is with a lot of land and our lovely little farm.