Let Simon Taylor Negotiate the Best Deal on Your Next Property in East or North London.
15th June 2020
15th June 2020
When you find your dream property you don’t want anyone else to have it, so it’s quite normal to want to jump straight in with an offer, but it’s always worth taking your time to negotiate the best deal – and here’s how we do it.
We know the local property market
Simply jumping in with a random offer, because you think that’s what the house is worth, can mean that you won’t get the best deal. We research the market thoroughly and keep a close eye on property prices. We make it our business to find out what other properties in East & North London were listed for versus the price that was eventually paid. And we note how long homes stay on the market.
We work for you!
We are always working for you and it’s in our interest to achieve the best price for your property if you’re selling and negotiate the deal you are happy with if you are buying.
We can advise you regarding your ‘buying position’
We’ve been in business a long time and can sniff out certain types of sellers who are on the lookout for buyers in strong positions, such as:
If you can show that you’re in a good position to move and can complete the process quickly, then in our experience, sellers will offer a little more flexibility. Nobody wants to be stuck in a chain or waiting for someone else’s house to sell for the sake of a few thousand pounds, so this can invariably make an offer attractive.
We are professional and friendly at all times
We know that selling your family home can be an emotional experience, and some sellers will feel highly attached to their properties. After all, you may have spent years living there and have lots of memories. Negotiations are always easier when empathy is shown and we pride ourselves on always being willing to work with our clients to reach an agreement whatever the situation.
We will work to secure the best deal
In many cases, negotiations initially start with a firm no on first offer! However, this is perfectly normal. If your first offer is rejected, we will work with you on a second offer and advise you if any counteroffer is forthcoming, liaising with the seller throughout.
We understand that buying a house can be a stressful process, and sometimes when you find the right property, it’s easy to get carried away. However, it’s advisable to speak with us regarding your budget before commencing negotiations so that we can handle this for you, allowing you to get the best deal on your dream home.