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Before you get ready to sell your home, find out if the time is good. If house prices are falling, then it may not be a good time to try and sell your house. You may end up having to sell for significantly less than your house is worth, or not be able to sell at all. It is always worth checking that this is not likely to happen. If you need to sell your house fast then you may need some help, Soldquickly can help with fast house sales.
We found an article that explains a bit about house prices at the moment, read the full article here: http://www.independent.co.uk/property/house-prices-now-falling-says-halifax-9843345.html
Falling House Prices
Worries about potential interest rate rises could curb house buying, according to the Halifax, which has reported prices dropping 0.4 per cent in October compared to September.
Martin Ellis, housing economist at Halifax said that house prices in the three months to October were 0.8 per cent higher than in the previous three months. This represents the third consecutive drop in the quarterly rate of increase and the smallest rise since December 2012. Its latest figures show that year on year prices are up 8.8 per cent.
“The economy is, however, continuing to grow at a healthy pace and employment is still rising,” he said. “These factors should support housing demand over the coming months.
“However, while the chances of an imminent interest rate hike may have receded, many borrowers are concerned about the impact a rise could have on their monthly mortgage repayments over the next 12 months. This concern is likely to curb buying intentions.”
Price growth in ‘prime’ central London slowed to zero in October, according to figures from Knight Frank, the first time in four years that there was no monthly growth.
Alex Gosling, managing director of online estate agents Housesimple.co.uk added: “After a long spell of balmy conditions, the first frost has come to the housing market.
“Yet buyer demand remains strong and lenders are engaging in a price war, pushing the cost of many mortgages to historic lows. A period of calm and consolidation in house prices would be no bad thing if it gave helps buyers focus on factors other than just the fear of being left behind by spiralling prices.”
Earlier this week, estate agents Jones Lang Lasalle predicted UK house price growth of four per cent for 2015. Its report also forecast that the general election would have little effect on the housing market.
When selling your house, you have so much to think about. Its not just a case of deciding to sell, putting it on the markets and your done. There is a lot of factors to take into account and also a lot of decisions to be made, paperwork to deal with etc. Before you sell your house, it’s a good idea to know what you need to expect. Here is a good article to read when you are thinking of selling. Read the full article here:
Property Selling Guide
People have different reasons for selling, from disposing of an investment property to simply moving home.
Once you have decided to sell up, think about what you want to include in the sale. Normally, fixtures and fittings such as fitted storage heaters are included in the price but other moveable things can be up for negotiation.
If you are getting rid of items you no longer need, do it before you start marketing your property as the less clutter you have the faster your house will sell. Many councils take large items away, sometimes for free.
Give your agent other useful documents and facts about your property, which they can mention to potential buyers, such as:
Gas and electrical certificate checks.
Building regulations certificates.
Council tax, utility, buildings and contents insurance bills – so potential buyers can estimate running costs.
Service charges and ground rent bills (for flats).
In addition, you could ask your agent if it’s worth going one better and giving potential buyers other information (which could also speed up the conveyancing process) such as:
Environmental Searches. These provide useful information such as the flood risk, radon levels or if there are local mines in the area
A Home Condition Report – provides more information about the condition of your property, although your buyer will probably still need to get their own survey done.
Once you have signed a contract with an estate agent, you need to get your home ready for viewings and give your house the best chance of selling you home.
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Although all our valuations are completely individual, there is a general pattern for how our house buyers do their work. This can be summarised in three simple steps:
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The first point of call when it comes to finding out about a property is the homeowner. We always spend some time talking to our customers to find out about the local area and amenities, but also to find out details about the property interior. These details can help us achieve a quick house sale scotland.