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How to sell your own commercial property 1

How to sell your own commercial property

So you are looking at how to sell your own commercial property?  Selling a commercial property fast can be tricky.  High Street is struggling and many of big names such as Maplin and Toys R Us have recently reported financial difficulties. The covenant paints a picture of profile of tenant, their track record in the… Read more »

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Can I sell my inherited property? 2

Can I sell my inherited property?

Can I sell my inherited property online? This is probably one of the most commonly asked questions online. The short anwer is that yes you can provided you are the Executor and you have obtained a grant of probate.  Our guides below explain how to obtain a grant of probate and sell your inherited property…. Read more »

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How to sell a house with no kitchen or bathroom? 3

How to sell a house with no kitchen or bathroom?

How to sell a house with no kitchen or bathroom?  This is a commonly asked question online. Selling a house with no kitchen or bathroom can be an almost impossible task because lenders do not lend against properties that are defined inhabitable due to not having bathroom or cooking facility – even lack of utilities… Read more »

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Can you sell abandoned derelict buildings? 4

Can you sell abandoned derelict buildings?

Can you sell abandoned derelict buildings? There is limited demand for abandoned or derelict buildings or any property that has been dilapidated over the years either through neglect or simply because it remains empty.  This is because any abandoned or derelict property becomes unmortgageable because any lender would suggest that it would require work prior… Read more »

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Can you sell a house with a boundary disputes? 5

Can you sell a house with a boundary disputes?

Can you sell a house with boundary disputes?  The simple answer is that any buyer who requires a mortgage will not be able to buy your property with a dispute.  The good news is that Property Saviour will buy your house with boundary disputes. You may have a to sell with boundary disputes with your… Read more »

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Who will buy our cash vacant home quickly? 6

Who will buy our cash vacant home quickly?

Who is going to buy our vacant home quickly for cash? Property Saviour will agree to buy your vacant cash property fast. As a specialist cash house buyer we will buy any empty property regardless of its condition or location. The process for selling your vacant property is as follows: Because Property Saviour are genuine… Read more »

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Buy my probate house quick with cash 7

Buy my probate house quick with cash

Are you wondering who will buy my probate house quick with cash?  Property Saviour specialise in buying all types of inherited properties.  We buy houses, flats, bungalows, plots of land, properties with short leases, squatter occupied properties and even empty derelict properties too! Often an estate agent will promise that they will sell your inherit… Read more »

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Property Saviour V Property Auctioneers in Bradford? 8

Property Saviour V Property Auctioneers in Bradford?

Would you rather sell your property NOW to a real cash buyer or wait 2-3 months with a Property Auctioneer in Bradford to see IF it sells? To sell your property with a property auctioneer in Bradford, here is what you have to do: Put in a really low guide price to attract buyers Prepare… Read more »

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Looking for Probate Valuation Guide & Advice 9

Looking for Probate Valuation Guide & Advice

Comprehensive Guide on How To Get A House And Its Contents Valued For Probate Often Executors are not aware of how to value a house or property valuation for probate.  Obtaining a house content value while one is winding up an estate can be tricky.  We have produced a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions… Read more »

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My neighbour has a non standard construction concrete built property.

My house was a concrete non-standard construction that was bricked up about 5 years ago.  I bought the house in 2002 and this was not an issue with my lender at the time.  I have since re-mortgaged the property with Nationwide.  I put my house up for sale in August 2016 and sold it twice. … Read more »

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