Guides to Costs

Selling costs

There are normally no upfront costs when selling your property with Properties on the Market and our agents also operate on a “no sale no fee” basis. 

After your initial property visit and valuation we will confirm any fees when selling your home or investment property. This fee can be fixed or percentage based and in most cases payable on completion of the sale of your property. 

Once instructed, Properties on the Market will help to organise your EPC (Energy Performance Certificate), and any other essential tasks which we will discuss with you.

Some of the additional costs to be considered when selling a property include:

  • Mortgage fees
  • Obtaining an EPC (if your property needs one)
  • Estate Agent fees
  • Solicitor costs
  • Removal costs

Whenever you sell a property the team at Properties on the Market are here to make certain you get the best possible service at the best possible price. Our services also comes with a “Guarantee of Transparency”, which applies to all property services and solutions that are made available through the site.

Purchase Costs

When purchasing a property, in the majority of cases there are no upfront costs, especially when it comes to residential or new home purchases.  In some cases for Below Market Value or other Investment property sourcing services there may be upfront costs. These will always be discussed with you prior to initiating any business.

Depending on how and why you are purchasing a property here are some of the common costs that you should prepare for:

  • Deposit
  • Valuation Fees
  • Home Buyers’ Survey
  • Solicitor’s Costs
  • Stamp Duty
  • Mortgage Fees
  • Removals

The team at Properties on the Market and our experienced network of specialists are always on hand when it comes to understanding property purchasing costs. Contact a member of our team today!

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