Landlord desperate to sell after tenant trashed property

Dolly had inherited a house in Bradford, West Yorkshire. She decided to renovate the property and rent it out to subsidise her living costs at her primary residence in Reading. Dolly appointed a local letting agent to manage her property, however, the tenant totally ruined the property and left.

Problem: How to sell a damaged property?

After a consultation with Property Saviour, it became clear to us she was very stressed about the whole ordeal. The uncertainty of dealing with a bad tenant and a letting agent who clearly wasn’t invested in the proper maintenance of the house had taken its toll on Dolly’s health.

Option 1: Find a new letting agent

Dolly did not want to consider re-letting her house as she feared damage to the property could happen again. She had made up her mind to seek closure by selling her property for good.

Option 2: Sell your house in a poor condition

Property Saviour is well versed in situations whereby a client needs to sell their inherited house in a damaged state, without incurring associated costs of major repairs. We were able to offer her a cash deposit to show commitment to the sale, whilst conveyancing was underway.  

Result: Damaged house sold for cash!

Our ability to sell her house quickly for cash, allowed Dolly to move out of her current home and upsize to a bigger property. She was really grateful to Property Saviour for our help and expertise. 

Client Testimonial

Hello, my name is Dolly. I owned a property in Bradford and I thought I had a really good letting agent to manage it - how wrong was I?  The property was left in a really poor state of repair after the tenant decided to leave without paying the last month's rent. They damaged the walls and the carpets and they left loads of rubbish too.

Because I live down South and my property was up North, I just felt like I could not manage to refurbish the property and get it into a state of being able to sell it privately.  I decided to look into selling it quickly online, and this is when I came across Property Saviour. My friend and I actually said that the name 'Saviour' stood out because that's exactly what we needed with this property - there was just far too much work for me to do to get it into a good state.

We agreed for Property Saviour to buy the property at a price that I was happy with whilst they refurbished it, and they also agreed to pay the mortgage on the property until we went through with the sale. I got a deposit upfront via solicitors which showed a real commitment. I was a bit dubious as it all sounded too good to be true, but they met all their timescales and we completed on the purchase not so long ago.

I definitely recommend Property Saviour to anyone who's looking for a quick sale.  They were brilliant, and they helped me to sell my property without any hassle, without any anxiety about how I'm going to pay the mortgage or how I'm going to be able to able to get into a good state to be able to sell it. Get in touch with them if you are looking to sell your property quickly.
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