Property Sales Advertising Process

Advertising your residential, commercial or off-plan property for sale with Visum online estate agents is even quicker and simpler than instructing a normal high street estate agent – we have designed easy to use systems that keep you in touch with the property marketing process. A basic overview of our property advertising process is outlined below.

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As simple as A, B, C – that’s how we see our online property advertising, let’s walk through the steps:

  • Create a free account – it takes about 30 seconds to create your free account and sign in
  • Complete the simple form – fill in the online form containing just a few basic details (property address etc)
  • Select any optional extra services you require – if you wish then we can carry out EPCs (Energy Performance Certificates), produce floorplans, send you a ‘For Sale’ board etc.
  • Pay the fee – pay the tiny fees charged via our secure payment process (you can use a debit card, credit card, or Paypal)
  • Email us your photos and details – You know your property better than anyone, so you write property details and take photos that show why someone would like to buy it
  • We verify your identity – using a combination of ID provided by yourself and/or verification services provided by 3rd parties
  • We place your ad online – we put together your property advert & place it online on all the portals
  • We may visit the property –  to carry out any extra services you asked for, or as part of our legal compliance process
  • We field enquiries – enquiries come to us via telephone and email and we pass them to you to handle as you wish
  • You carry out viewings – you show them around your property.
  • We can assist in negotiations – not everyone is comfortable when talking about money, we are there to assist if you desire
  • Solicitors instructed – just as would normally happen, once an offer is in and agreed both parties instruct a solicitor and they handle it all from there
  • Use our solicitor or your own – we have a friendly and experienced solicitor (not a conveyancing sweatshop) who you can use if you wish.  Ask us for his details if you require them.

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