Quick Sale Firms vs Traditional Estate Agents

Quick Sale Firms vs Traditional Estate Agents

We believe we provide a much more efficient and helpful service than the traditional estate agents. Our service combines the best of both worlds – excellent support, straight-forward communication, and friendly customer service, as well as the short purchase timescale and hassle-free nature of the quick sale.

Cost

We’ve broken down the costs, using a property value of £95,000 as an example, and created this infographic to help you understand how we compare.

In this case, the estate agent method incurs (on average) the following costs:

  • Estate Agency Fees – £7,592
  • Solicitor Fees – £1,750
  • Mortgage Payments – £5,400

This leaves a comparable final sale price to our purchase method. Quick sale companies generally don’t charge any fees – us included. In fact we provide free valuation and pay for your solicitors fees as part of our service!

Timescale

The quick sale process on average takes fourteen days, but we have completed in as few as seven working days, and are able to cater to your sale for up to 6 months.

Estate agents however, take on average 6 months to complete, and there is never any guarantee that they can sell your property.

Ease Of Sale

We like to make everything clear for our customers, that’s why we provide an initial valuation upfront. There are no hidden extras and it really is as easy as getting in contact. You choose when you want to vacate your home. You decide when you want to exchange contracts and complete the sale. We also negate the need for viewings and marketing. We really do make it that easy.

We have over 100 years of combined property experience, with over 1000 house sales completed, why not try us over the tired and tested traditional estate agents?

Cash Property Buyers, We Buy Any House

Speak to a member of our team and find out how we can help you sell your house quickly.



About the author

Starting his career in Estate Agency, Jeff quickly moved up the ranks to manage his own office for Halifax Property Services. Co-founding Speed Property Buyers in 2008, he has applied this knowledge and overseen rapid expansion of the business.