We advertise all of the properties on our own company website and the property portals Zoopla, Primelocation and On The Market. We will also advertise our properties on Social media portals such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. A 'For Sale’ board will be erected at the front of the property unless stated otherwise.
We accompany all viewings unless stated otherwise.
We will provide photographs of your property to use on our colour brochure and also provide a professional floorplan. We can also offer a virtual tour.
I will charge a selling fee of at least 1% (negotiable & no vat to be added) - All fees are on a NO SALE NO FEE BASIS- No upfront costs.
(Minimum selling fee of £3000)
Regular Feedback is given via phone or email regarding the performance of the property and all viewing feedback.
Energy Performance Certificate
We are required under the Government Legislation that your property has a valid EPC Certificate if your property does not have this and you agree to market your property with Neo's then a fee of £65 would be payable immediately to the EPC Company Officer which we can recommend if required, however, you may wish to instruct your own provider. The EPC certificate also indicates, on a scale of A-G, about the impact the property has on the environment.
What is an Estate Agent?
Estate agents act as brokers to sell other peoples homes. Essentially they are there to facilitate contact between the sellers and potential buyers. With each house sale, they take a commission. The bigger the sale and the higher the price, the bigger their individual commissions. They may charge other fees for administration, listing and viewings. The role of an Estate Agent can be summed up in the following points:
- To get suitable properties onto the housing market and reach as many potential buyers as possible.
- To liaise with sellers in presenting their property in the best possible light to attract sales.
- To represent saleable properties to potential buyers in a fair and honest way.
- To negotiate the sale at the best possible price.
- To progress the sale through to a successful conclusion in the fastest possible time.
How do I choose an Estate Agent?
In Britain, unlike most other countries, anyone can set up as an estate agent, they need neither qualification nor training. A good estate agent will help to make the buying/ selling process stress-free and advantageous for all parties, a bad one can cause misery through malpractice bordering on the fraudulent. Before placing your most valuable asset in the hands of a stranger, think through the following points:
- Reputation: Is the Estate Agent a member of any national bodies such as the Ombudsman for Estate Agents (OEA), The Property Redress Scheme (PRS) , National Association of Estate Agents, The Guild of Professional Estate Agents?
- Conduct: Has the company published a professional code of conduct or best practice? Ask to see this. If they are a member of the OEA then they must follow a pre-set code of practice.
- Insurance: Estate Agents must be insured to accept any deposits and receipts must be given. Client deposits must be kept in a separate client bank or building society account, as set out in the Estate Agents Regulations.
- Local Knowledge: Is this Estate Agent a local specialist? Only agents with excellent local knowledge and connections will be able to advise clients in an informed manner.
- National Advertising: How will the Estate Agent advertise your house to the widest possible audience? Do they publish a magazine, if so how many and how often? Do they publish properties on professional-looking, functional websites as well as in-house and are they part of a wider network of agencies that liaise with one another to maximise coverage?
Which house do you live in? British houses through the ages
TUDOR: 1485 - 1560.
STUART: 1603 - 1714.
GEORGIAN: 1714 - 1790.
VICTORIAN: 1839 - 1900.
QUEEN ANNE: 1880 - 1900.
EDWARDIAN: 1900 - 1918.
ADDISON HOMES: 1919.
30s SEMI: 1918 - 1939.
ART DECO: 1920 - 1940
AIREY HOUSES: 1940s
70s TERRACE: 1970s
90s NEW BUILD: 1990s
MODERN MINIMALIST: Present day