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    A large, Victorian terraced house. Spread across 3 floors, the large house has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2..
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    Light and spacious two double bedroom, one bathroom, top floor flat located on The Broadway, with lift access,..
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    Light and airy, two double bedroom, duplex flat with neutral modern décor, fixtures and fittings and on street..
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    A large, Victorian terraced house. Spread across 3 floors, the large house has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2..
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    Light and spacious two double bedroom, one bathroom, top floor flat located on The Broadway, with lift access,..

Selling Your Property

Choosing an agent to help you to sell your home is one of the biggest decisions a vendor faces. At Emma’s we understand this, and our focus is on building relationships based on trust, honesty, and integrity. By limiting the number of sales we take on, we are able to ensure that each and every one of our clients is given our full attention. This allows us to better manage your sale.

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    Truthful
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    Confident
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    Proactive
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    Truthful
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    Confident
  • 3.
    Proactive

Property Sales Fees

Emma’s does not upsell additional services though we’re happy to make introductions when required.

In the event that introductory fees are to be paid to Emma’s by any party, these will be declared at the introduction.

Sole agency – 1.20% inc. VAT (1.00% + VAT)

Multi agency – 2.10% inc. VAT (1.75% + VAT)

These fees are further defined in our Standard Terms of Engagement. All instructions are subject to receiving signed instructions from the client based on our Standard Terms and any variation that has been agreed between us.

Emma’s Guide to Buying a Home

When you find your perfect property, you’ll be at the start of a very hectic and demanding process. It’s sensible to have a full grip of what’s to come, so, here’s what you’ll have coming your way.

Your Offer

It’s important that you can back out of your offer if any unforeseen circumstances arise. Your offer should accordingly be made “Subject to Contract” and “Subject to Survey”.

If a dearly beloved relative, who was going to give you an important lump sum of money, suddenly decides to gift it all to their cat, you can back out of the purchase before the contract has been exchanged – that is unless something has already happened in the negotiations that has already taken you into a contractual position. Using “Subject to Contract” in all correspondence will avoid this risk.

Likewise, the “Subject to Survey” provision makes clear that a survey of the property hasn’t yet been done and that you will need one before you fully commit. Again, this gives you the opportunity to withdraw if something nasty turns up – e.g. dry rot, subsidence, the neighbour from Hell.

Solicitors

There is a wide divergence in fees charged by solicitors. It would be wise to do your homework and select one before you find your property. At Emma’s we suggest that you should speak to a selection of solicitors and obtain quotes. Lowest cost isn’t always best. You may want to meet your solicitor and have them deal with associated matters, such as making a Will or an agreement between joint purchasers, so the personality fit, and range of services may be important to you.

Finances

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    Considering How Much
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    Line Up Your Finances
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    Preparation
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    Considering How Much
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    Line Up Your Finances
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    Preparation

Please Get in Touch

If Emma’s approach feels like it would be of interest, we’d love to hear from you.