What are the first steps to selling your home?

Find out how much your home is worth

The first step to selling your house or flat is to get a property valuation. This is an estimate of the current market value of your home by a property expert. It’s based on several factors, including property size, condition, fittings, age, fixtures, layout and design. External factors may also be included, such as parking, ease of vehicle access and proximity to schools. This valuation will give you a good idea of what your home is likely to sell for.

How to get a property valuation

To get a property valuation, you’ll need to invite one or more selling agents out to your house. Each selling agent will review the factors mentioned above and provide you with an estimated value of your property.

An easy way to find property agents is by filling out our quick online valuation form, we can put you in touch with up to 10 agents. You can fill out what’s most important to you, whether that’s time to sell, a higher selling price or an agent local to your area, and we’ll get the top performing agents to contact you. The best part is all our agents perform property valuations for free!

Choosing a selling agent

Once the property agents have visited and undertaken the valuation, it’s time for you to choose which one you want to sell your home. Your chosen agent will guide you through the entire selling process, so it’s important to choose one you trust.

Use your time with each agent during the valuation to find out more about them and what they can offer you.

Get in touch

So, if you’re keen to get going with selling your home, arrange a free home valuation now by filling out our free online form.

ESPC agents get you more! Our recent independent market research proved that ESPC agents achieved 107% of their Home Report valuation while non-ESPC agents achieved 104%. That 3% could mean a lot of extra cash for you, just for choosing the right selling agent.

With an ESPC agent you don't just get more money when selling, you also get more local knowledge and quality leads too.