The end of a relationship is an emotionally and physically draining experience. Dealing with the realities of getting divorced or separated, such as selecting what to do with your UK property, may be difficult, especially if you have children.
One individual may refuse to sell at all, and you might find yourself in a dispute about who has the last say. To make matters worse, if you choose a standard estate agency, you’ll often wind up with signs in front of your home informing everyone in the neighbourhood that your marriage has ended.
If you need to sell your house due to a breakup in your relationship, whether you are getting divorced or separated, we can help you do it in a discreet manner. We won’t put up any signs, and we’ll keep whatever you tell us private.
Getting divorced or separated can cause so much stress and upheaval that you may not have considered if selling a home will cover any outstanding debts or mortgage payments. Fees to sell may mount up quickly, and most traditional estate agents take a substantial commission. We’d be pleased to talk with you about your financial situation and see whether a sale can pay your expenses. Plus, we’ll never throw in any extra charges or hidden fees.
Once you’ve decided to sell, you’ll need to establish a timeline. If you want to sell your house quickly, a cash buying company like Property Buyers Today is your best alternative. In a matter of days or weeks, we can complete the sale.
Contact our team today if you need to sell a house fast. Our cash buying process can work around timeframes set by both parties. We can buy any property quickly and discreetly, with no extra costs.
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As part of the National Association of Property Buyers, we are committed to providing the highest possible standards in the property buying sector. The Association has worked closely with The Property Ombudsman to form a new Code of Practice to create a set of guidelines that will raise standards in the industry.
While membership of the Association is voluntary, all members must have signed up to The Property Ombudsman Code of Practice so consumers can expect a fair and transparent service when selling their home to a member agent.