Soldfast – a name you can trust
Quick sale companies have been under fire in the media recently though to the malpractice of several black sheep in the industry. However, we’d like to assure you that honest quick sale companies do exist and we advise you to do your research before you make a commitment to sell your property to any quick sale company.
Having specialised in quick sales for years, we have established ourselves as one of the most reliable and trustworthy quick sale companies in the UK. We are regulated by organisations such as the National Association of Estate Agents, the National Associate of Property Buyers, The Property Ombudsman and the Trading Standards Institute. As members of these organisations, we are committed to following a strict code of conduct in our business process. Thus you are in good hands when you sell your property to Soldfast.
Having helped thousands of homeowners across the UK achieve quick sales and good values on their properties via our property auctions scotland; we have earned an outstanding reputation for being a company that is dedicated to providing quality customer service. You can check out the testimonials from our satisfied customers on our websites and also the reviews on Feefo and SurveyGizmo.
Why choose Soldfast instead of a local estate agent in Scotland
Admittedly, you can get a higher price for your property if you use the traditional method of selling your property through estate agents Scotland instead of Property Auctions Scotland; however, the high price you receive eventually might not be worth the time and effort invested. Selling property via the traditional route is very often a lengthy process. On the average, the sale cycle takes about 2 to 3 months to compete and might even take longer if of the buyer is part of a housing chain. Moreover, with broken house chains occurring on over 50% of transactions, a house sale is never guaranteed with an estate agent.
Even when the property is finally sold, there are often other costs incurred. For instance, you will have to pay an agency fee (which is about 2 to 3 % of the selling price), valuation fees, fee for an EPC, legal fees and even marketing fees. As each estate agent works a little differently, we’d advise you to check with the estate agents you are approaching before making a commitment. There might also be other costs incurred because estate agents will usually ask you to fix repairs and give your property a new coat of paint to make it more marketable.