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When you instruct us to sell your property, you automatically benefit from our comprehensive marketing strategies.


Our sole objective is to obtain the maximum price for your property.


How we market your property:

  • An eye catching 'FOR SALE' board will be put up outside your property
  • Details will immediately be available at our branch
  • We will add your property to our modern fresh website as soon as the property is ours to market.
  • Our website is continually updated, daily, even hourly, whenever information changes
  • We'll run regular adverts in various property papers and magazines to provide maximum exposure.
  • We will continually cross match your property against registered purchasers who are interested in buying all types of property


Want more information ? Fill out our Free Valuation Form here.


Top tip from experts on “kerb appeal”… how to make that vital first impression count!

First impressions count, so make sure potential buyers get a great first impression when viewing the outside of your home. Failure to do so, and you may find you receive fewer/cancelled viewings or potential purchasers already feeling doubtful before entering your property.



Take a fresh look at your property from different aspects and viewpoints. See how it compares to your neighbours’ and other properties near.


Tidy The Front Garden

Regardless of the time of year, make sure your front garden is tidy and well maintained: hedges and trees timed, plants tidy, lawns cut etc.



Ensure the front gate, fence and door have been recently painted in neutral colours. This can indicate a well maintained property.


Clean The Windows

It is worth investing in a window cleaner: optimising light on the inside and giving a clean image of your house from the outside.



Remember potential purchasers will wait at your front door and will view your cobwebs, doorbell, letterbox and light fittings.



Check your property shows there is adequate parking, so your viewers can park easily when they arrive.



Your neighbourhood is also on display. Your next-door neighbours’ house may not be for sale, but if their property is run down or neglected it may let yours down too.


First Impressions

Next time you walk through your front door, consider the look, smell, sounds and feel. Is it welcoming?


Communal Areas

If you share communal areas, such as the hall, stairs and landings in a block of flats, make sure everyone is aware that you are selling and gently remind them to collect their post and help keep the front garden tidy.