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Why Sell with us?


With decade of experience and unrivalled local knowledge, we have built our reputation on giving honest, plain talking advice to our clients.


Guide to
Selling

Market Appraisal - What is your property worth?


Whether you are looking to sell straightaway or are interested to discuss the current market value of your property, Rockstone London will provide you with a free, no obligation market appraisal. We will tailor our sales strategy according to your individual needs.

To discuss a free market appraisal, call Rockstone London on 020 3490 5950 or send us an email info@rockstone.london.

Selecting an agent


Having received your valuation, and provided that you are satisfied with it, we will then proceed to prepare full sales details of your property. Bearing in mind the importance of presentation, we will ensure that your sales details highlight the vitally important aspects of your property and ensure that your home is shown to its best possible advantage with the aid of full colour photographs.

Marketing your property



Your property is now ready to market and we offer the following:




For Sale Board


This is the simplest and effective marketing tool, available 24 hours a day.

Office and window display


External and internal photographs will be prominently displayed in our premises in order to optimise exposure to the market place.

Email


We will contact registered prospective tenants as soon as possible after receiving your instruction and your home details will be forwarded to any new registered applicants immediately. Our agents are proactive in calling, emailing and sending brochures to generate interest on your property.

Website


Zoopla and OnTheMarket are well known property aggregator websites where many tenants first start their research. Your property will be featured on these websites as well as the Rockstone London website.

Reviewing and accepting offer






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.

Accepting an offer


Once we agree an offer, we will confirm solicitor details for both buyer and seller. We will write to all parties confirming the agreed price and will prepare a memorandum of sale. We will discuss timeframes for possible exchange of contracts and completion. 

Your solicitor will send a draft contract to the buyer’s solicitor who will carry out initial enquiries. The buyer will likely instruct a surveyor to visit the property. We will advise and guide you throughout this process and will negotiate on your behalf keeping you informed along the way.

Once we agree an offer, we will confirm solicitor details for both buyer and seller. We will write to all parties confirming the agreed price and will prepare a memorandum of sale. We will discuss timeframes for possible exchange of contracts and completion. will write to all parties confirming the agreed price and will prepare a memorandum of sale. We will discuss timeframes for possible exchange of contracts and completion.

Your solicitor will send a draft contract to the buyer’s solicitor who will carry out initial enquiries. The buyer will likely instruct a surveyor to visit the property. We will advise and guide you throughout this process and will negotiate on your behalf keeping you informed along the way.

Exchange of contracts


The exchange of contracts is the legal commitment that says the buyer will buy the property, and that you will sell it to them. Until this point, either you or the buyer could change your minds and walk away. However, when contracts are exchanged, you are both legally required to proceed and the property is now technically ‘sold’. The buyer also now pays an initial 10% of the purchase price to you.

Completion


Completion is when the deal is finalised and usually takes place around a month after exchanging extracts, however the date of completion is always agreed at exchange of contracts by both you and the buyer. The buyer makes their payment of the remaining 90% of the purchase price and receives the keys.

Please note: this summary is intended to be a basic guide only, and there are variations in the way the law is applied (for example, in Scotland). Please take professional advice from a solicitor on all aspects of buying and selling property.

Contact us today for a Confidential Market Appraisal.
Call us on 020 34905950