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When it comes to selling property, a well experienced professional can not only help streamline the process but also help ensure you get a competitive price. However, finding this professional can be difficult if you do not know what to look for. Plentific offers a service that allows you to quickly generate a list of the best professionals in your local area that offer the skills you require, complete with quick access to customer ratings and reviews to help you compare your choices before making your decision. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific will be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.
What do you need to know about land, farm and estate sales?
The first step is to engage with estate agents who specialise in these types of sales. You can take the time to contact nationwide agencies, which will have dedicated rural teams, and agencies that exclusively sell land, farm and estate properties. These agents can sell anything from single fields to grand estates and can advise you on the best pricing strategy. If you can find a local agency with this expertise then all the better. Before committing to anyone be sure to ask about any hidden fees and clauses. Do not sign anything requiring you to pay an agent for finding a “ready, willing and able purchaser”, and try to get a no-penalties notice period of at least a few weeks, in case you decide you are unsatisfied with their services.
Find out whether the agency is a member of a professional trade association - two examples being the National Association of Estate Agents and the Guild of Professional Estate agents. These groups enforce very high standards and codes of conduct for members, requiring consistently high levels of professionalism.
it is important to feel comfortable with your estate agent, so when considering your options take the time to visit each of them. Ask about how they advertise, too. They should have their own website as well as a presence on popular property portals like Zoopla. They may well offer a free valuation of your property. Get as many of these as you can: ultimately it is your choice of how much to advertise your property for, but to find interested buyers you will need an approximate and fair price.