The valuation is free (there are no costs at all)
We don’t charge a penny for the valuation or to make you an offer, and if you aren’t happy with the price we end up offering then you’re under no obligation to accept it. You can just reject our offer. No harm done.
Never pay a company for a valuation
Some companies do charge for a valuation – sometimes as much as £1,000. Beware of companies who charge for valuations in this way, as it is often actually their main source of income. They might charge you a fortune (as much as £1,000) for a valuation and then make you a ridiculous offer that you’d never ever accept.
This is great for them! They've earned a hefty fee for doing very little work, but you’ve lost the money you paid for the valuation and you're no better off.
A valuation isn't a costly exercise for a business to do. So if someone's charging you for it, you really need to ask why.
In summary... You've got nothing to lose with us
The valuation is free, so if you're thinking about it just get in touch.
It won't cost you anything, and If we can’t make you the offer you want you just reject it.
At the very least we guarantee you some helpful free advice - so there's no harm getting in touch.
There are 3 main steps:
- First we gather information from you about your home.
- Next we complete thorough online research using sophisticated valuation tools.
- 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.