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Find out everything you need to know about buying a property with Frost's

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Sellers guide

Who will value my home?

Frost's will only ever send you an experienced, professional senior member of our team equipped to discuss market conditions, comparable properties sold, marketing plans and technical aspects of moving but first and foremost we listen to understand your goals and priorities which shape our advice.

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How often will you contact me?

We believe open communication and being responsive to your needs is the bedrock of our relationship so we will contact you with the feedback of every viewing and separately we call weekly to review our progress together and make sure we're on track to get you moving.


What marketing will I get?

Your Frost's representative will work with you to create a plan based on your preferences with the right mix of online and off line marketing. At the heart of it we use genuine professional photography to ensure your property stands out from the crowd.


How will you show my property?

Some clients use our open house service, some prefer us to escort the viewers individually, whatever your preference we will make sure for each property we have the answers to the 20 most commonly asked questions from buyers and totally understand the selling features of your home.

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What happens when an offer is made?

When a buyer puts forward an offer Frost's sales negotiators will verify the buyers ability to raise finances and check chain details as well as timescales and other background information. If you are unsure we can also advise whether to accept the offer or wait to see if the market responds further. 

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And after an offer is accepted?

Frost's offer a legal service, Frost's Conveyancing, who can act as your legal representation. We also employ dedicated sales progressors who will call after the offer is accepted to introduce themselves and oversee your sale all the way through to the day you move.

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From 1st October 2021, tax will be payable for any property over the value of £125,000 – the amount being dependant on the value of the property.

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Why not let instead?

Have you thought about letting out your property rather than selling?  We can help you with all elements of being a landlord, from finding tenants through to full management of your property.  Interested? 

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