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Old 28-07-2010, 06:50 AM
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Default Another Quick Property Sale

In the UK and other places around the world, there are home owners who suddenly find them selves looking at loosing their homes. However in the UK, there are organisations such as “Sell Property Fast Pro” that have come up with a solution to help owners achieve a quick property sale and get their lives back on track.

There are several advantages for property owners to use a quick property sale. Those advantages may include stopping a repossession of the property, needing to get rid
of property quickly due to a relocation,or other debt problems. No matter the reason, someone from our organization will contact you and discuss what your needs are.

When you decide that you need to sell your home through a quick property sale, our organization will help make the process as easy as possible. To start, you need to give us information about your property, by filling out our inquiry form. Once we receive your property information, you will be contacted by one of consultants.

After our consultant has spoken to you about your situation, you may be given an “offer in principal”. This type of quick property sale, is usually about between 80% to 85% of the current value of your home. If you accept this offer, a survey will be taken of your property and an offer will be written and submitted to you.

If you decide to let us buy your property on a quick property sale, one of our investors will purchase it from you. Completion of the sale usually takes about twenty eight days however it can take less. When it comes to choosing a mortgage broker to help with the sale of your house, you can use one of your own choosing or one from our team.

Once you have made the decision to sell your property through a quick property sale programme, you are in control of when the transaction is completed. We will not force you to move out any quicker than what you want to. In fact, you may consider staying in your home as a tenant. By agreeing to set rent, our organisation will allow you to sell and rent back your home, through the quick property sale programme.
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Old 02-11-2010, 05:02 AM
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Informative post Ben. I personally like to buy property for cash in North and East London. How are you finding the market generally now that interest rates are so low and repossessions are slowing down?
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Old 08-11-2010, 06:16 PM
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If they sell and rent back what security of tenure do the former owners have?
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