Complete’s Top 3 Estate Agents
It’s one of the first decisions you make in the house selling process – who am I going to trust to sell my house? Here are some of our top tips!
-It’s always worth getting recommendations from people you know – ask your friendly, helpful mortgage advisor?
-Make sure your estate agent has experience selling properties like yours, some specialise in certain types of properties or might not understand the complexities of selling a high rise flat or a shared ownership property for example. The best way to measure this is to see if they already have existing properties similar to yours up for sale.
-Choose how many estate agents you want to work for you. Do you want to have a sole or multiple agreement?
-You can also secret shop, compare how the estate agents list their properties online, zoopla, rightmove – are the pictures clear, particulars descriptive? If you really want to then go into your local branches and see how they treat you as a walk in customer interested in buying a property.
-Which estate agents SOLD boards have you seen on houses in your local area?
-How much do the estate agents you’ve been looking at charge?
Narrow it down to a shortlist and ask those estate agents to come round and do a valuation for you. Past this you’re ready to make an informed decision on which estate agent(s) represent you.
Now to our top 3!
William’s Way Estate Agents
6 Fakenham Road
Telephone: 01603 867555
Mon – Fri: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Sat: 9:00am – 3:00pm
Although these are our office hours we are still available by phone until 9pm.
2A Upper King Street
Mon to Thurs 8.30am to 7pm
Fri 8.30 am to 6pm
Sat 8.45am to 4.30pm
Sun 11am to 3pm
Barton & Co
Barton & Co, Oak Lodge, School Lane, Little Melton, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 3LB
Call the office on 01603 964777 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.