The prospect of selling a property in Central London is undoubtedly daunting in today’s world. There are so many factors that can affect the price paid for your property. One such factor is the quality of estate agents London way that you choose to help sell your property. Thankfully, there are some telling signs of good estate agents Marylebone Village way that you should make a note of before choosing your seller.
Firstly, there are a number of estate agents who will charge money for a valuation of your property. While you may feel that you are getting value for money by paying for a valuation, this can just be an excuse for estate agents to justify charging you extra money. A good estate agent will offer you a free valuation in order to demonstrate its skill, accuracy and competence. Not happy? No problem. No harm will be done by receiving a free valuation. Another indication of a great estate agency is the ability it will have to advertise your property to potential buyers. While traditional estate agents may rely purely on property portals, specialist Central London or Marylebone real estate agents understand the area and will already have a pre-existing list of potential buyers drawn up. Many residential properties in this area come under the ‘luxury’ banner and require an agent that understands the type of marketing required to sell such a property. So a good agent in the area will have built up a network of contacts so that individuals with a high net worth will hear about your intention to sell.
Professionalism is a key aspect in any industry; within estate agency, this is no different. Good estate agents Marylebone Village way will be part of professional bodies. There are a few major professional bodies that every agency should be signed up to as licensed members – the main one being the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA). Another good professional body to look out for is the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA). These aren’t the only professional bodies for estate agency, but members of these bodies are bound to a code of conduct and their agency staff are also required to be fully qualified. Another aspect of professionalism is the approach an estate agency takes towards presentation. We place so much on aesthetics and first impressions – photography is no different. Yet many properties – whether for sale or let – are advertised with poorly shot and optimised photography of both the interior and exterior. So a good estate agency will always ensure that photographs are taken by a professional to present your property in the best possible light to potential buyers.
These are just some tips on how you can best judge which estate agents Marylebone Village way are best suited to selling your property. There are, of course, other ways in which to identify the best Marylebone estate agents, but these are definitely amongst the most important tips to keep in mind.