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We believe that when it comes to selecting an estate agent, it is better to base the decision on the service you will receive than the guide price being suggested. We recognise that our job is not just about selling bricks and mortar; we're in the business of helping people to move. We understand the stresses and emotions involved in selling a property, and we use all of our experience to make sure that the process runs as smoothly as possible and that we do everything we can to achieve the very best result for you.

To make sure we're constantly improving, we will be asking for feedback after every sale and we are proud of our near 100% client satisfaction rate.

Selling a property through Heat Property gives you access to high-profile colour advertising in local and national property press, a glossy colour brochure and listings on the leading property portals, as well as on our own website and the active work from our team here to match the right buyer to your property.

If you would like to find out more about selling your residential property through Heat Property, fill in our contact form here and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

There is nothing more disheartening than losing your dream home to another buyer. These tips will help put you in a position of strength when you are looking to buy.

Your ideal home
Have a clear idea about the sort of property that you want and where your priorities lie, and check that they can be met within the budget available.

Plan ahead
It can take time to decide where your next home should be, let alone what the property should offer, particularly if you are moving to a new area or from overseas, so give yourself plenty of time.

Do your research
Your search area may be dictated by your children's schools, by a job relocation or to be closer to your parents - whatever your circumstances, if you don't know the area, do some research on schools, local amenities, transport links, journey times, house prices etc.

Don't underestimate the school run
If you have children of school age, you will be making an awful lot of trips to the school, with after-school clubs, plays, sports matches etc. Make sure that you don't live too far away, unless you are prepared to get to know the inside of your car very well.

Your property search
By all means register your search requirements on property portals and with local estate agents that are selling the type of property you wish to buy. However, if you want to be considered a serious buyer - and that is very important when securing your dream house - it is always best to register directly with the estate agent: only this way can they get to understand your requirements and match you to the right kind of property, and keep you in mind when new properties come onto the market.

Be ready to move
Even in more difficult markets, some properties will attract a high number of buyers, due to their location, character or potential. Make sure that your bid comes from a position of strength by being ready to move. Cash buyers will always be more attractive to sellers, because they can proceed quickly and come chain-free, so do consider renting (or at the very least have your funding in place). Renting is also a good way to get to know an area and its amenities before committing to a purchase, and is much better than purchasing the wrong house and having to move again in a few years.