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Selling Your House on The Internet

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People are curious about selling a house online, but if you’re used to the traditional approach, you may have some questions. What does it mean to sell online, exactly? It’s understandable to be curious, especially when it comes to making such a big decision.

Selling online may seem intimidating, but with the right understanding and resources, the process can be effortless and straightforward. To get more information, keep reading.

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How to sell your house on the internet?

If you’re wondering how to sell your house quickly and for the best price, you may want to consider using an online estate agent. These agents operate entirely online, so they don’t have to worry about the costs associated with running a physical office.

Because of this, they can pass the savings on to you. They also have the technology and expertise to help you market your listing and get the best results.

We can identify the different ways to go about selling your house and the advantages of selling your home online.

Selling your home through a cash buying company

There are over a hundred companies that buy homes for cash, typically at a discount of 10-25%. However, the quality and reputation of these companies can vary significantly, so it’s important to do your research before making a final decision.

For many people, these companies can be a great option, especially if they are looking to:

  • Clear debts quickly
  • Avoid potential repossession
  • Unlock cash rapidly
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The big advantage of online estate agents is that they're usually very affordable, often costing as little as £100 or £200.

Selling your home through a purely online estate agent

If you opt for an online estate agent, you’ll get a range of services. Some just provide a listing service, while others may give you professional photos, floorplans and even an EPC.

They all offer a property valuation online, advertise your property, arrange viewings and some may even help you during the negotiation stage.

The big advantage of online estate agents is that they’re usually very affordable, often costing as little as £100 or £200.

However, they can’t assess the property in person, so the value they give might differ from what an on-site agent would quote. They may not understand that one end of the road is more desirable than the other or that the property overlooks a pub garden – all factors that can affect property values.

Selling your home through a hybrid estate agent

The third choice is to sell your home through a hybrid estate agency. Hybrid estate agents are quite similar to online estate agents but have two main differences. Firstly, hybrid estate agents provide local experts who are typically former traditional estate agents in the local area.

These agents will do valuations of your property and help to get the best price. They will also handle buyers in a chain and can manage a range of legal representatives. Secondly, most hybrid estate agents offer to conduct viewings of your property for a small additional fee.

Is it possible to sell your home online for free?

Leaving conveyancing out of the equation for now, it is possible to sell your home online for free – if you are well-connected, that is. But it will take some effort.

To begin, you need to value your property. You can find free valuations online, but they may not be accurate. A professional agent will be able to give you an accurate value based on the current selling prices in the area.

Alternatively, you can try to do an estate agent-style valuation yourself by researching the most recent house prices and making adjustments based on your circumstances.

Who should you be advertising your house with online
Rightmove, Zoopla, Net House Prices, Prime Location, Buy Properly, Waterside Properties, UK Land Directory, OnTheMarket, Home.co, Nestoria, Mitula, GumTree, Rentify, and Find A Hood.

14 Best Property Websites in the UK (Updated 2023)

We’ve compiled a list of the top 14 real estate websites in the UK. Each of these websites offers competitive prices, comprehensive research, and convenience. The websites featured on this list are:

Rightmove, Zoopla, Net House Prices, Prime Location, Buy Properly, Waterside Properties, UK Land Directory, OnTheMarket, Home.co, Nestoria, Mitula, GumTree, Rentify, and Find A Hood.

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We are here for you at every step of the journey. We will work hard to ensure you get the best possible price, and we’ll take care of all the legal details until the end. If you have any questions, concerns, or doubts, you can always call us. And, most importantly, it’s all for free.

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