Fast House Sale NI
Over the years it has been suggested by more than one cynic that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably isn’t. Experience has taught us to worry about being hoodwinked and wary of anyone who appears to promising a a great deal in exchange for a little. Put bluntly, we are cautious of being taken in by some unscrupulous conman. And with technology having opened up so many more avenues and opportunities for the corrupt and crooked to prosper at the expense of the innocent and gullible, such reservations are understandable.
Sadly the word ‘fast’ has become synonymous with there being something wrong, dodgy or underhand about a transaction. Outside of athletics – and even inside, too, alas, following recent revelations about doping in the sport – ‘fast’ is no longer seen as being complimentary. Think ‘fast buck’, ‘fast money’, ‘fast deal’, ‘fast operator’and instantly what springs to mind is something or someone unethical, questionable and therefore to be avoided at all costs. But that is a very sweeping – and inappropriate – generalisation, for certainly not everything ‘fast’ is wrong or dubious.
Quite the opposite, in fact; there are numerous situations where fast equals preferable, positive and pleasing.
One such example is Fast House Sale NI, which exists to help people who, for a variety of reasons – all of them completely legitimate – simply want to sell a property quickly and efficiently with the minimum of fuss, publicity and costs. Nor does selling a house in such circumstances mean that there is anything to be kept hidden or rushed through to avoid some legal pitfall. All manner of people may wish to sell quickly and quietly for all sorts od reasons. So what, if any, are the misgivings about such deals and why might some people be hesitant to enter into one?
Firstly, there is the discretion of the transaction. Some may feel that this in itself is suspicious. Why the secrecy? Why, they may wonder, the decision to opt for this particular method of house sale rather than the traditional route of For Sale board, ad in the paper, multiple viewings and Sold board? Strange, eh? You can just imagine the conversation between some of the neighbours.
Secondly, there may be reservations about the speed of the process, too. How could everything have been done properly if it all went through that quickly?
And thirdly, why were the owners prepared to sell for less than they might have got if they’d been prepared to wait a while?
The obvious starting point in response to any such questions is that it really is nobody else’s business! But, given that tongues do wag and the owners of those tongues undoubtedly will deliberate, let’s just give those nosey neighbours something worth chewing over and hopefully digesting. Privacy – particularly when it comes to their money matters – is an aspect of life that most of us want and expect to have. There is nothing suspicious about that; there is no reason to question the morality or ethics of anyone who seeks it, nor is such an attitude suggestive of anything remotely underhand. The owner’s or owners’ reasons for selling are his, hers or theirs alone. Whatever those reasons are, this seller wants no fuss, no advertising and minimal – ideally, no – costs in readying the property in preparation for the sale. Redecoration and a couple of new carpets or rugs to freshen things up cost money. So why, if a quick, minimal-costs sale is the objective, would the seller wish to add to their outlay? As for the start to finish speed of the process – six to eight weeks is the norm for Fast House Sale NI – this is achieved because the factors which tend to slow things down are removed from the equation. There is no waiting for a would-be buyer to sell their property before being able to complete the process. It’s Fast House who buy the property, so there are no middle men, no estate agents and, as a result, no advertising costs or fees.
Fast House Sale NI’s offer is less than the full market price the property would fetch using the normal channels.
Typically, Fast House Sales NI will offer up to 80% of the current full market value, though on occasions offers in the region of 85% have been made. This makes it a very good option for somebody who wants cash quickly.
No delays, no viewings, no outlay, no hassle and a guaranteed 80% in your pocket right now rather than the vague hope of 100% at some later date, before which you may be considerably out of said-pocket as a result of having opted to hold onto the property.
It’s quick, it’s easy and there are no hidden costs. Fast House Sales NI make an offer, in addition to paying all the other bills relating to the house sale. With no legal fees and no estate agent’s costs, that’s more money saved. And while it’s usually a six-eight weeks process, there have been examples of completion within four weeks. Discretion is a guarantee, too, so there are no For Sale boards or adverts. Nobody will know that you are selling, or have sold, to whom or for how much. That’s all strictly confidential. Again, guaranteed.
When the deal is done the handshakes are exchanged and the cash is lodged in your bank account. Worst case scenario? Eight weeks.
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