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Do you know of a reputable firm that buys your property fast for a sensible, reasonable price, up to say 85% of the market price.

We have a property for sale, which we would like to ideally sell fast now. But if not, our estate agents say they have clients on their books, and they could guarantee rents of £450-475 a month easily, but being a landlord is too much to take on we think, what with all the insurance and repairs etc that may be required of you.

Here is the property we wish to sell PROPERTY DETAILS We have already lowered it from £90,000 for a faster sale.

Our price is based on 3 seperate local estate agents estimates of £87-90000, and a RICS surveyor quote of £88000 which he did about 3 months ago.

What would a sensible price to sell be, in your experience.

We are open to offers of £70,000+, but nothing below, we will swallow our pride and rent out ourselves if you cannot offer any advice.

This is what terraced houses have sold for this last year in Rhyl RIGHTMOVE

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How is that off-topic?

Well if you would take £70k list at £75k, then it will pop up in more peoples' searches.

I agree with you about not wanting to be a landlord, who needs the potential hassle?

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Thanks for the reply Frank Hovis.

We will think about that, asking £75000. We have relocated, so the house is vacant and could be sold ASAP. We do not want to sell it for peanuts like some of these "sell-your-house-fast" sites would offer, but it is either a cheaper than we wanted quicker sale, or if REALLY necessary,we will rent.

There are no outstanding mortgages or anything on the house.

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Do you know of a reputable firm that buys your property fast for a sensible, reasonable price, up to say 85% of the market price.

We have a property for sale, which we would like to ideally sell fast now. But if not, our estate agents say they have clients on their books, and they could guarantee rents of £450-475 a month easily, but being a landlord is too much to take on we think, what with all the insurance and repairs etc that may be required of you.

Here is the property we wish to sell PROPERTY DETAILS We have already lowered it from £90,000 for a faster sale.

Our price is based on 3 seperate local estate agents estimates of £87-90000, and a RICS surveyor quote of £88000 which he did about 3 months ago.

What would a sensible price to sell be, in your experience.

We are open to offers of £70,000+, but nothing below, we will swallow our pride and rent out ourselves if you cannot offer any advice.

This is what terraced houses have sold for this last year in Rhyl RIGHTMOVE

Thanks

Just put it on at 70k. Put in big letters on the EA ad 'REDUCED BY 20k'.

This should compare well to most that is out there and says something like 'REDUCED BY 3k'

People like 'bargains'. Some have probably had on eye on yours or one nearby. If they see this they won't want to 'lose' out to someone else getting a bargain.

I am no psychologist. However this is simply human nature. Take advantage of it.

Good luck. I don't think you will need it.

*PS I did this myself when parents were trying to sell for over a year. Sold in 6 days, and was right in the middle of lowest sales for decades. Someone had had an eye on it.

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Be wary of some of the companies offering to buy your property. Some of them are scams and will try and charge you a fee then try and drop the price at the last minute, or some other scam because they are used to dealing with financially illiterate and desperate people.

Make sure you read the small print, but you probably knew that already.

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