Creating your listing
Our property experts will produce a professional advert, and arrange photography and floor plans, we just need you tell us about your property. This includes the basics, like number of bedrooms and bathrooms, but we’d also like to know all the extras that make the property special to you.
You’ll be contacted as soon as we receive an enquiry or a viewing request from a potential buyer. Each enquiry is vetted so you’ll know all the key information to help you decide whether this is the right buyer for you. If there’s anything you’re unsure about, send us a quick message and we’ll offer our best advice.
When dealing with a “normal” estate agent, this can be an unnecessarily difficult process. At Solo Homes we allow buyers and sellers to arrange viewings directly with each other. You can choose to receive online viewing requests, or to allow buyers to contact you via one of our friendly call operators.
Any offers you receive are sent to you directly and come complete with all the buyers background information. Its important that you know how the buyer is funding this purchase, whether this funding is already arranged, and whether they are dependent on another property sale before they can proceed.
Agreeing a price
We want you to achieve the best possible price for your property, so if you’ve received an offer that doesn’t match your expectations, we’ll be there to advise on how to push for an increased figure. Our property experts have experience in negotiating all over the world, so you stand the best chance of getting the right price for your property.
Choosing a solicitor
Many estate agents recommend that homeowners use a solicitor that is preferred by the estate agency. During our experience we have realised that this isn’t always the best person for the job. Each client has different needs, so we’re happy to help you choose a solicitor that is right for you, not just for your budget, but also for your individual circumstances.
Often the most stressful part of the sale process is the legal part. We offer maximum transparency and will explain every part of the legal procedure, so you have a clear idea of how long this will take. The first part is for us to contact your chosen solicitor with all the details they need, the last part is to pass the keys to your buyers, and we’re their to help at every step in between.
Completing your sale
The completion process is usually best when there is clear communication between buyer and seller. Organising dates for exchange of contracts and completion will all come down to your availability (and often the availability of the removal company), but we’re here to help with the logistics if you need us.