Our selling process

Preparing your property for sale is very important and first impressions count for your prospective buyers. Being prepared before viewings begin is key to attracting the right buyers and getting the best results.

Follow our useful guide and you’ll be well on your way:

Market appraisal

Find out what your home is worth by getting a free property valuation. Our expert valuations are done in person, safely and securely, and based on honest and realistic prices.

Prepare your property

Get your property ready to be marketed. Do this by decluttering, giving walls and doors a lick of paint and generally getting everything into tip-top shape. Use our check-list!

Marketing your property

Once your property is ready, professional quality photography, virtual tours will be captured and a professional brochure sent to you for approval. Using the latest technology, we’ll make sure your home stands out and can be viewed anywhere, anytime. Giraffe360 is a high definition camera technology that will scan and capture your home quickly, easily and accurately. Your property will be marketed across major property websites as well as our own.

Viewings and offers

Our extensive list of registered buyers will be instantly contacted. We will arrange viewings with prospective buyers. Your property can also be viewed virtually online anytime. Our aim is to drive the most suitable buyers to your door.

Instruct a conveyancer

To get documentation and the legal side of your property transaction in order, appoint a solicitor. We can recommend suitable solicitors.

Sales progression

Once a sale has been agreed, using years of experience and knowledge, your dedicated agent will carefully navigate every step of the sales process to see your property sale through to completion as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Exchange contracts

Your sales agent will organise the exchange of contracts between solicitors to make the sale legally binding.


With legalities complete, you have just sold your property! Congratulations.