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Free House Valuations Online - The Facts!

When it comes to selling your house on of the first decisions you need to make is the price you are going to sell it for. The housing market goes in peaks and troughs, so what you thought it was worth 6 months ago may have changed considerably – and you need to get it valued again before selling.

You never know, prices in your area may have gone up and you could be in profit!

More estate agents makes for a truer figure.

The simplest way to get a free valuation of your home is to get an estate agent to come round and do a valuation on your property. One thing to bear in mind is that estate agents aren’t ‘qualified’ to actually do anything, so the price that they put on your property is only a guess from them.

What you need to be careful of is that the estate agent doesn’t overvalue your property, in order to get you to sign up with them. This is a common trick in the industry, and one that you need to watch for. One suggestion is to get 3-5 estate agents to come and give their valuations. That way you can average out what they say, and have a reasonably accurate figure.

Online valuation tools.

There are many online valuation tools that you can use to help assess the value of your property. Here are some great examples:-

Nethouseprices – By entering your postcode you can see the prices that neighbouring properties have sold for.

Zooplasimilar to Nethouseprices, but uses Google maps to display coloured areas.

RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) Valuations.

There is only one way to get an accurate valuation of your property, and that is by carrying out a RICS valuation. RICS are an independent body, and act on behalf of mortgage companies to assess the value of property in the UK.

Unlike estate agents, or online tools, RICS valuations matter. They are the only type of valuation that is used when applying for mortgages, therefore they are the only type of valuation that you should take any real notice of.

If you want to get a RICS valuation carried out on your property you will need to contact a chartered surveyor. The cost for this will vary but is usually around £700.

There is however another way to get a RICS valuation carried out. If you are interested in selling quickly, and would consider a cash offer for your home, a lot of quick sale companies in the UK will actually pay for a RICS valuation for you.

Make sure you ask them up front if they are going to cover this cost, as some may try to charge you a fee for the service.

At Quicker-House-Sale we will pay for a RICS valuation for you at our expense. If you are interested in a cash offer, just enter your details in the box above and we will help you.

Remember, our offering system is 100% FREE, we are genuine cash buyers, and you pay no fees to sell with us. Just enter your details NOW.

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HOUSE VALUATION SERVICES & HOUSE PRICES ...

Nethouseprices

Simply entering your postcode into Nethouseprices will give you free information on properties that have recently sold in your area. You can even narrow down your search to the age of a property and style, and see the details on a map.

Zoopla

Zoopla is another great free tool for homeowners. It works very similarly to NetHousePrices, but it has the additional benefits of colour-coded Google maps highlighting streets that acheive the highest sale prices, visit Zoopla.

Ourproperty

At Ourproperty you have to register to get access to the property information. It is based on data provided by homeowners, who provide details about their properties online.

TRACKING PROPERTY PRICE TRENDS IN THE UK ...

Land Registry

The Land Register is an official UK site, and collects data on real sales in the UK. With the information provided your can check out the House Price Index, which gives a break down into sales in areas, regions and different property types. The only issue with this information is it takes on average 3 months for a property sale details to go onto it.

Registers of Scotland

Registers of Scotland is very similar to Land Registery, but as the name suggests is for Scotland sales only. As with the Land Registry, there is a 3 month wait for data.

Halifax house prices

Halifax bank independently collect statistics on the housing market, including reginal house sales and prices acheived. The only issue with this service is that it is based on mortgage approvals, not all will be actual house sales.

Nationwide

Similarly to Halifax, Nationwide collect similar information on house sales. You can download reports and further information from the Nationwide website.

 

What People Are Saying About Us

d. carruthers
Newcastle

After losing my job I was struggling to keep up repayments on my mortgage. I went to see my estate agent who recommended I put my property on the open market. After 3 months I still had no sale, and was falling deeper into debt. I decided to look on the internet at the various quick sale companies and what they could do to help me. I had heard horror stories in the past so was a bit worried. QuickerHouseSale made me feel at ease from day one. They seemed to actually care about their customers and had my best interests at heart and not just after ripping me off!

I ended up using the estate agency option as I didn't have enough equity to sell for quick cash. It took just 19 days for QHS to find me a buyer. And the buyer was serious! 5 weeks later I sold my house and got the price I wanted. If only I had dealt with QHS in the first place!

r. martin
Liverpool

I needed cash for my house and I wanted to sell quickly. I tried various companies on the internet, and decided to go ahead with one I had seen on the TV. This national home buying company tried to charge me for a valuation. I was at this point a bit concerned so I phoned QHS. They told me any company asking for a fee was likely to be a scam. I decided to change buyer, and QHS had a valuer out the very next day. In total it took me just 11 days from start to finish to sell my house with this company. They made an offer and they stuck with it, and paid the cash into my account. I really have nothing bad to say about QHS!

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London

David from QHS helped me out of a rut I was in. I was going through a messy divorce and needed a quick sale. QHS helped me and I can't thank them enough. A+++ RECOMMENDED!

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