How do I know you won't undervalue my home?

We’re here to buy property – we have the funds available to buy, and we want to buy as many houses as possible.

If our valuations are unrealistically low then very few customers will want to accept our offer, and we'll be worse off as a business.

Our valuation process is set up to build a true picture of what your home is worth, so that we can make you our best possible offer.

After all, if our offer is too low, you can just reject it and walk away at no cost, and we lose the business.

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Matthew Cooper
July 28, 2020

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How do you value my home?

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There are 3 main steps: 

  1. First we gather information from you about your home.
  2. Next we complete thorough online research using sophisticated valuation tools.
  3. Finally, we instruct two local estate agents to visit your home and give their feedback.

Once we have all the feedback we can make our offer. This usually all takes place within as little as a couple of days.

Once we've gathered all this information we spend time assessing it to establish our valuation. We can then determine our offer.

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Is the valuation free?

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Yes, the valuation is free. At Yes Homebuyers there are no fees whatsoever. You should never pay for a valuation.

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Is there any obligation?

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No. There's no contract or any tie-in or any kind. We're just a buyer making you an offer. If you aren't happy with it, simply reject it.

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