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Valuation Request

what is your property worth?

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The Vendors Selling Guide

Step 1: Accurate valuation

Your aim should be to sell your property at the best
possible price in the shortest possible time. Our expert
property consultants have intimate and unparalleled
knowledge of property values in your area.

Call us on 020 7868 1444 or complete the property
valuation request form.

Step 2: Selecting an estate agent

When choosing an estate agent, consider their opening
hours, when they will be available to conduct viewings,
their experience in the area and what kind of marketing
your property will receive. These are critical to obtaining the
maximum exposure and price for your property.

You should also check if your agent will organise your
government-required Energy Performance Certificate on
your behalf or if you need to arrange this yourself?
Robinson Marsh can arrange this for you. You must have
commissioned an EPC before your property can be

Step 3: Instructing a solicitor

The successful sale of your property can be reliant on the
instruction of an efficient and experienced solicitor. It is a
good idea to do some research and make a decision before
you put your property on the market as this will help to
avoid delays.

We can offer recommendations if required.

Step 4: Presenting your property

First impressions count, making the presentation of yourproperty critical to a successful sale.

Consider addressing any DIY jobs you have been meaning to get done, add a fresh coat of paint where necessary and try to declutter to make rooms appear larger.

We can organise for professional photographs, producefloor plans and write comprehensive property descriptions,to make sure you get the best exposure for your property.

Step 5: Marketing your property

To find your perfect buyer you need to give your property
maximum exposure across a wide range of media.
When you instruct Robinson Marsh your property will be
advertised on all the main portal websites that include;
Findaproperty, Primelocation, and Rightmove. Your
property also will be displayed on our newly launched
website and will be published in various local newspaper
and magazines.


Step 6: Accompanied viewings

Our longer opening hours are essential to maximise
viewing opportunities for your property - in fact the majority
of our viewings are carried out after work and at weekends.
Accompanied viewings also mean we can use our
expertise to help sell your property.

Step 7: Professionalism

Robinson Marsh is a member of The Property Ombudsman,  and complies with the Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme. These memberships provide sellers, buyers, landlords and tenants with an assurance that they will receive the highest level of customer service.

Step 8: Receiving an offer

As soon as an offer is received we will notify you both
verbally and in writing.

Any special conditions of the offer will also be stated in
writing and we will check the buyer's ability to proceed
before you decide whether to accept the offer. We will
always endeavour to get you’re the best possible price for
your property and willing give our expert opinion if asked.

Step 9: Offer agreed

Once you accept an offer we will do the following:

  • Prepare a memorandum of sale
  • Write to all parties to confirm the agreed price
  • Ask you to confirm your solicitor's details

Your solicitor will send out a draft contract to the buyer's
solicitor who will then carry out preliminary enquiries. At
this stage you will also be able to agree on dates for the
survey on your property, exchange of contracts and
proposed date for completion.

We will advise you and negotiate on your behalf throughout
this process, keeping you informed every step of the way.
There are no legal obligations until contracts are signed.

Step 10: Exchange of contracts

Exchange of contracts occurs when the following have
been confirmed and agreed:

  • Preliminary enquiries following receipt of draft contract
  • Evidence of a good title
  • Specific issues highlighted in the Lease, if applicable
  • Local search queries
  • Fixtures and fittings to be included in the sale
  • The buyer's mortgage offer

Once the contract has been signed by both parties the
deposit will be telegraphically transferred or paid in the
form of a banker's draft by the buyer's solicitor to your
solicitor. The completion date is then set by mutual

Step 11: Completion

Completion is when the residual monies are transferred
from the buyer's solicitor to your solicitor's account. Your
solicitor will call you when the money has cleared in your
account and will inform us to release the keys.
Congratulations, your property is now sold!