We have recently completed a residential property transaction in London suburbs. This transaction was unique due to the following reasons:
🔻 Remote selling
It was the first time for us when we didn’t even see the house before selling it. Usually it’s not the case. But this time, taking pandemic and distant location into account, we evaluated the property remotely, made high-quality photos and a video tour and then actively processed the requests from potential buyers. The viewings were done by the owner of the house.
The buyer of our client’s house was a “chain buyer”, which means he has to sell his own house in order to buy a new one. The chain always complicates the transaction and increases the risks.
🔻 Limited time
Our client instructed us to sell the house before the end of January. Otherwise, the transaction would become irrelevant for him.
At the same time, a local real estate agent who did the viewings was also trying to sell this house. However, we were the ones who managed to get the best offer from a house buyer.
Our main task in this transaction (as well as in many others) was the process coordination after accepting the buyer’s offer and signing the selling agreement. The key to success here is daily communication with all the chain parties, including the agents and lawyers of the buyer, which has been successfully executed by our team.
This transaction is a clear example that after a buyer is found and the selling price is agreed – the work is just starting. And we do everything to complete the transaction in the most profitable and efficient way for you.