Rent2Sell - giving you options!

 

What?

The Rent2Sell scheme allows sellers to achieve up to 100% of the Market Value of their property, with an average sale time of under six weeks – meaning you can move on with your life immediately.

If things are really looking tight, you can Contact Us immediately, and we’ll be able to begin covering your mortgages payments within a matter of days.

How?

The Rent2Sell scheme will allow you to sell your property for up to 100% of the Market Value, with an initial payment at the point of signing the ‘Lease Option’, and final exchange in 3 to 5 years:

We market your property through our Rent2Buy scheme at full Market Value, along with a ‘Getting Started’ figure, and monthly rental figure.

We find a ‘Tenant Buyer’ for your property.

We agree Heads of Terms and set a date for the Lease Option to be signed and contracts exchanged.

On the day of exchange, you will receive the amount equal to the Tenant Buyers ‘Getting Started’ money, minus any legal fees and agency fees.

You will then begin receiving monthly rental payments from the Tenant Buyer until the day the Lease Option expires and the Tenant Buyer exercises their option to purchase the property in full.

On the day of final exchange, you will receive the agreed figure for the purchase of the property (excluding the ‘Getting Started’ money that was received on the signing of the Lease Option) and the transaction is then complete.

The Benefits

The Rent2Sell scheme has many benefits:

  • It allows you to move on with your life IMMEDIATELY.
  • The mortgage payments are covered IMMEDIATELY.
  • Chain Breaks become a thing of the past.
  • The sale of your Property can be completed in a matter of weeks.
  • The scheme is Legally Binding and backed by the UK Government.
  • The Market Value of the property is achieved in many cases.
  • We have the ability to STOP Repossession.
  • The demand from Tenant Buyers is HUGE.

Contact Us today and we’ll be in touch within 24 hours.

The Legals

The Lease Option is a legally binding document drawn up by Solicitors, and simply bridges the gap between the period of initial exchange and final exchange. In the document it states that we will:

Rent the property out and then buy the property from you over an agreed period of time.

Pass on the Lease Option to a Tenant Buyer, who will in turn, purchase the property at an agreed date.

So, if you're looking for a  fast and effective way to guarantee a sale for your property, and move on with your life today, then drop us an email or give us a call. 

Can’t Sell Your Home? 5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Selling Your House

 

1. Are your demands unrealistic? 

You may already be aware, but once you’ve spent a long period of time in your home, you're likely to feel something of an emotional attachment to it. This can often lead to a loss of objectivity, and thus causing you to look for certain "non-negotiables" or demands that can be difficult to meet, and ultimately, make it increasingly difficult for you to sell your house. So what steps can you take to overcome this?

Ensure that you remain realistic about the price and note the advantages of any offers you may receive. You need to take the housing market in your area into account and have an understanding of how well it is currently performing. The UK statistics may look optimistic, but check how your area compares as the prices in the South East have a huge effect on the overall UK figures. Always remember that your house is a possession and an asset, something which can be replaced, potentially by one even better, and you can most certainly replicate your emotional attachment to another house.

 2. Is the asking price currently set too high?

We know that when you're looking to sell a property you have a rough idea on the figure that you're willing to accept. There are times however, when you may just want to "test the water" a little bit and set the asking price that little bit higher.

If you are guilty of this, then you are not alone, it's thought that a large proportion of homeowners do this, often at their peril. A quick search on the internet will provide you with a number of property comparison websites and this in reality is something quite negative for the seller. In today's modern market, the buyer has easy access to these tools meaning they can be just as well informed as the estate agent trying to sell your property, if not even more informed. We see this in all forms of retail each and every day, you've probably even experienced it yourself - where you have spent hours researching that new product online and then found yourself knowing more than the salesperson in the store when you actually went in to buy it.

If you are looking for a quick house sale, then asking for less money can actually lead to a quicker sale.Ulltimately it's a about deciding what your main goal is. An unrealistic asking price can lead to your property sitting on the market for an extended period of time. For some people that might be okay, but if you're looking to sell your house quickly and easily, then that will only lead to frustration.

 3. Does my house look presentable? 

This may seem like something petty, but if you choose to ignore it then you do so at your own risk! If your house looks and feels cluttered, then you are simply not making use of the space which is available to you. A house which is cluttered looks smaller, is aesthetically unpleasant and essentailly will not sell. On many occasions, buyers will struggle to look passed the clutter and see the house for what it will be - a blank canvas for them to then go on and create their own home. But as ever, we're also influenced by visual appearance and aesthetics, that's why we like being consumers. Home buyers are no different and you need to consider this when trying to sell your house quickly.

If you are having problems selling your home and you're having no success with your current estate agent, then you should sit down and try to work out how to make the most effective use of the space available to you, and ask yourself just how appealing you are making the house to potential buyers. If you are looking to make a major change, then you should consider getting rid of all objects that could be considered clutter. Ultimately this will lead to a greater sense of space and will make your house more appealing to potential buyers.

4. Should I really spend the time and money on those basic repairs? 

When you are preparing to move on with your life it can be tempting to not undertake basic repairs. While it may seem like something trivial, this is one of the main reasons why your house may be not selling as quickly as you would ideally like.

If buyers enter your home and immediately notice a handful of items which require immediate attention, then their minds are going to begin to question the overall state of the property. If the seller has neglected these obvious issues, then they will immediately wonder about the things that they are unable to see. Are there bigger problems to be found? Has the property been taken care of? 

Luckily this is something which can be rectified relatively quickly after you have done some initial research. Have a good look around your home and note down the things that need to be fixed and make sure that you get them repaired as soon as possible.

5.  Am I waiting too long for a buyer? 

We are all more than aware that the housing market is highly sensitive and often springs an unexpected surprise on both buyers and sellers. Whenever someone decides to put their home up on the market, a quick and simple house sale is most likely the main objective.

We all wish that we could assert more power and control over selling our homes, so what exactly is the solution? GoodByeHouse brings a fresh, honest and simple approach to selling your house over the traditional estate agency method.

We have a highly experienced and dedicated property team specialising in the north east of the UK who are always on-hand to share their in-depth knowledge. We know the in's and out's of your local area and ultimately, we can assist you in selling your house, and all in a time-scale that suits you.

If you are looking to sell your house fast then take a look at how we work, or contact us today.

 

Solving Property Problems

At GoodByeHouse, we like to think of ourselves as property problem solvers, helping people of varying situations move on with their lives.  

As you'll find out from our 'Who We Can Help' section , we can offer solutions to property problems and on all property conditions, and actually, we love nothing more than a good refurbishment on a property so don't be afraid to get in touch if your house is in need of some TLC!

One of our areas of specialism is in helping people avoid repossession, and allowing them to keep their home or move on from the stress and hassle they have been faced with. We can do this in a number of ways, but what usually proves to be most popular with our clients is what's know as a lease option agreement. This allows us to take over your mortgage payments each month, allowing you to forget about the property, safe in the knowledge that we will be paying your payments, and allowing you get on with your life. This option also allows you to maximise the value of your property so you don't have to worry about selling your house for less than its worth! A total win-win!

The GoodByeHouse team is here to help you solve your property problems! 

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We Buy Houses: honest, quick, simple

There are a number of ways that we purchase property, ranging from buying outright for cash for a quick sale, through to being able to pay you your full asking price in return for some flexibility on your part in regards to the terms.

Believe it or not, in some instances, we can even pay more than the full asking price. We realise that may sound too good to be true, but we can assure you that it is most definitely possible, although we can’t offer that in every circumstance.

If you’re looking to sell your house quickly and to move on soon, we’re sure it would be worth your time to contact the GoodByeHouse team to see if any of the solutions we can offer fit your needs.

We assure you that this will be without any obligation on your part, and we'll ensure the process is honest, quick and simple.

We specialise in quick house sales in Saltburn, Skelton, Loftus, Brotton, Markse and Redcar, but we can purchase property across the whole of the north east of England, and beyond.

Find out more today about how we work!

Why use Rent2Buy?

It was a common theme in the north east of England over the last few years, falling house prices, higher unemployment, increasing rents, it may have felt like no-mans-land for many people. You would at least have thought that the lower house prices would have allowed more first time buyers to get on to the property ladder, but restricted lending and higher deposit percentages made sure that didn’t happen.

Well, it would seem that we’re at least on the way back up now. It won’t be an easier ascent, and it certainly won’t be as quick and as sharp an ascent as the previous economic boom, but as history has taught us, we know it will come again.

So, where does Rent2Buy come into all of this? Rent2Buy was designed to give those struggling to get on to the property ladder today, the opportunity to do so in the very near future, with the added benefit of moving into the house right now! Those renovations and amendments you want to make? No problem. The dog you’ve always wanted but those landlords wouldn’t let you? No problem. The increased value in the property over the next 3, 5, 10 or more years that you certainly were not getting when renting? Now it’s yours.

Sound to good to be true? Well it's not, contact us today to find out more.

Is property in the north east on the road to recovery?

House prices are continuing to rise in the North East, with buyers getting closer to their asking price and homes selling quicker than for some time.

Signs of improvement in the North East housing market have come with a range of new figures.

House prices are continuing to rise in the region, with buyers getting closer to their asking price and homes selling quicker than for some time – on average going in just over eight weeks.

New figures from Hometrack show that would-be homeowners in the North East are now paying 95.5% of the value asked for.

But housing experts say it is too soon to celebrate and that it could be dangerous to become overconfident that the housing market is on the up.