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Selling Your House Can Be Stressful

Selling your house through an estate agent can be stressful, because it takes time and you’re dependent on the decisions taken by many other people who can delay or stop the sale going through. These include your purchaser, the purchaser’s solicitor, the purchaser’s mortgage company, the mortgage company’s valuer, the estate agency themselves, not to mention all the other people who may be in the chain.

Selling Your House Using An Estate Agent

If you choose to sell your property the conventional way, using an Estate Agent, once you’ve accepted an offer the average wait time until completion is three months and your buyer can pull out at any point before contracts are exchanged.

Selling Your House To A Property Investor

Selling a house to a property investor can be quicker and easier. The problem is that many property investors overlook the reasons why the seller is looking to sell quickly, because they’re more concerned with profits, while your personal circumstances are brushed aside.

At House Sale SOS The Process Is Stress Free

That’s why at House Sale SOS we’ll walk you through every step of the process to make it as stress free as possible. Once the sale has gone through we’ll provide you with access to a free financial and support plan, with further contacts to assist you in your next steps.

Call us today for a free no-obligation valuation on 0800 688 9568 or 07957 435839 or fill in our contact form by clicking here.

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If you have financial problems we’ll create a financial plan with you to help you with the next steps.



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Donald came round and took the time to talk me through my options. I found him really approachable, extremely helpful and never once did I feel under pressure to sell.

Donald has a broad knowledge of all aspects of the property business. He explained clearly to me how I did not, in fact, have to sell my house at all; instead he demonstrated all the options open to me and how I could do so much more with it rather than just sell it.

I am delighted with the help I have received and I would strongly recommend Donald to anyone who doesn’t want to be rushed, but wishes instead to learn more about the options open to them.


 – Elaine P

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