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When You Decide To Sell

Here’s Our Sales Promise

Why should you use our service?

  • We will provide an honest, well-researched market appraisal for your property with comparable evidence based on location, current market condition, size, and age.
  • We offer competent professional advice on the best approach to marketing your property.
  • We offer simple, practical, proven, and effective presentation tips for creating the right impression for the potential buyer.
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What makes us different?

  • We don't charge a commission to sell your property.
  • We have no contract period.
  • On average we introduce a buyer within 38 days.
  • No hidden charges.
  • We would not engage in any activities that may be deemed irresponsible or unprofessional.

 Benefits of choosing us:

  • No need to visit a high street estate agent.
  • Save money by not paying commission when your property is sold.
  • Your property is advertised on our website within 24 hours.
  • You receive 100% commitment from our staff.

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