We buy ANY property, any condition even if tenanted

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No third parties, No external surveyors or lawyers. We have them all in-house, which means no delays!

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Our Own Money

Most companies use the bank’s money which means there may be a slight delay in the time you sell the property.  We have our own funds.

2

In-House Surveyor

Relying on surveyors to do a valuation can take up to 14 days. So we have an in-house surveyor, so we can get it done quicker.

3

In-House Lawyers

One of the biggest delays in selling a property is conveyancing. We have an in-house legal team. They get things done fast. 

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Open 7 Days

The time we buy a property is from 5 to 10 days. The average is 7 days. We are open 7 days a week you can speak to one of our consultants

Get an up- front cash advance

We can offer an upfront and interest-free cash advance if you require funds urgently once contracts are exchanged. The payment is made through solicitors quickly to help you.
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About Sell House Fast 4 Cash

We buy ANY property or land Nationally

We buy in any condition including; Derelict, Commercial or Residential.

We can help in all situations:

 
*Repossession     *Debt   *Redundancy     *Divorce  *Short-Lease   *Tenanted    *Probate   *Flooded  *Inherited   *Fire Damage

Options Open to You

We realise each seller’s circumstances are different, and we have many tailor-made options to accommodate this, from probate to tenanted properties and much more….. We are happy to discuss your requirement and how we can work together to achieve your goal.

We can buy your property in an easy straightforward transaction, as quick as you wish.

We buy any property with a short lease in any condition even if tenanted.

We buy Probate or inherited property even if you are waiting for probate 

Happy Sellers

These are just some of the verifiable people who have sold their property to us. 

5/5
We couldn't sell out house due to terrible neighbours. Sell House Fast 4 Cash bought the property, no messing about. So much stress relieved.
cash purchaser
Aada Laine
5/5
I wanted to sel my flat, my tenants were causing problems, and i couldnt sell it. They came to the rescue, everything went smoothly.
probate frank potter
FRANK POTTER
5/5
I highly recommend Sell House Fast 4 Cash because when my dad died and i live miles away. They bought the probate property, stress free.
sajid rabbani
SAJID RABBANI

We are Regulated & Accredited

Recommended by Landlord Advice UK

Fully Accredited by British Landlords Association

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Registered & regulated by the ICO

Registered and regulated by Companies House

Accredited and a full member of IPI

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How much do solicitors charge to sell a house UK?

If you are selling to us, there are no charges; we pay all the costs. If not, the charges vary considerably, depending on whether the property is freehold, leasehold, or mortgaged.

If the solicitor needs to deal with a mortgage lender, the legal fees are slightly higher.  

Hiring a solicitor or a specialist conveyancing firm may avoid potential legal issues. However, you need to be on top of everything when selling your property.

By selling your house to Sell House Fast 4 Cash, the worry of legal fees is removed as we cover them all and can ensure a quick house sale with minimum stress.

As of the end of January 2022, the average cost for a Solicitor when selling your house was £1,646, including disbursements (which we will go into later!)

You will find some charging much higher and some significantly lower. We have seen them range from just over £1,000 to £1900.

We recommend that you don’t look for the cheapest thinking it offers excellent value or the most expensive thinking it is better than the others. 

Instead, shop around and do some background research. You may find extra information about the solicitor’s firm that can swing your decision.

 

What is included in solicitors’ fees when selling a house?

When buying a house, solicitors’ fees cover all the legal aspects of the transaction and any disbursements. A disbursement is where payment must be paid to a third party to carry out certain checks.

The fees are paid directly to the solicitor, who then passes them on to the relevant third party.

The list of disbursements can add up when buying a house, but you’ll be pleased to know it is significantly less when selling. Along with these fees, you will find a base charge to the solicitor.

This is paid either as a set fee or an hourly rate and is for handling your case from start to finish. When hiring a solicitor for the sale of your house, you can expect them to do the following:

  • Draft contracts
  • Dealing with the mortgage lender, if applicable
  • Respond to enquiries
  • Investigate issues
  • Exchange contracts
  • Handle the transfer of funds
  • Communicate with buyers’ solicitor or property buying company
  • Approve deed of transfer
  • Obtain title deeds
  • Act as the recipient of deposit
  • Deal with and pay estate agent fees

Depending on the circumstances around the move, there could be more taken on by the solicitor, so you must be transparent with them to ensure they give you the best service possible.

When the economy is weak gazumping increases; if you have to find another quick cash buyer, you may have to pay for the wasted work done by your solicitor. 

 

Disbursement fees for selling a house

As we touched upon above, on top of the standard solicitor fees, there will be some additional fees for third party payments that the solicitor handles. 

There may be some hidden fees which you or your solicitor may not have anticipated. However, these costs are unlikely to be thousands of pounds.

If you want a speedy sale, some of the searches and processes can be done quicker, which means additional costs.

The list of disbursements for selling or buying a house or flat typically are:

Cost of bank transfer

Local searches

HM land searches

Stamp & postage

 

Disbursement Average Cost

Title deeds £30

Property fraud fee £15

Transferring of ownership £400-£800

Money laundering checks £8 (charged per person on the buying documents

CHAPS fee £20-30

The disbursement fees involved with buying a property are a lot more complex, and if you need to know what they are, then read our guide to solicitors’ fees when buying a house.

 

Is it expensive to hire a solicitor to sell a house or flat?

Property sale does mean you will need a solicitor to act for you unless it is a cash sale to one of the property buying companies. 

Most not all property buying companies will deal with the entire process for you and pay for your legal fees.

It tends to be cheaper to hire a conveyancer over a solicitor, but you employ a person qualified in various legal aspects with a solicitor. This may come in handy should issues arise that are not strictly property related. 

For example, a conveyancer is legally certified to deal with everything regarding the sale or purchase of property but won’t have the legal experience for other matters.

Always use a reputable company to do your conveyancing.

Who you choose to go with is what works best for you and where you feel most comfortable?

With Sell House Fast 4 Cash, all your legal fees are covered, so you can rest assured that you have 100% fully competent professionals handling every aspect of your house sale.

 

Do I need a solicitor to sell my house?

There is no legal requirement for you to have a solicitor do the legal work when selling a property. However, it is highly recommended that you do. 

Without one, you could encounter a variety of charges that you were not aware of or face legal difficulties should things happen during the process.

Solicitors have a dedicated team to deal with your case; although you will incur legal costs, it is highly recommended that you use a reputable company to handle your property sale,

With the team at Sell House Fast 4 Cash looking after all legal fees, we take care of the need for a solicitor, so you do not need to worry about bumps in the road to selling your house.

 

Do I need a solicitor to sell my house?

There is no legal requirement for you to have a solicitor do the legal work when selling a property. However, it is highly recommended that you do. 

Without one, you could encounter a variety of charges that you were not aware of or face legal difficulties should things happen during the process.

Solicitors have a dedicated team to deal with your case; although you will incur legal costs, it is highly recommended that you use a reputable company to handle your property sale.

With the team at Sell House Fast 4 Cash looking after all legal fees, we take care of the need for a solicitor, so you do not need to worry about bumps in the road to selling your house.

 

When do I pay solicitors fees when selling my house?

Most fees are paid when buying or selling a house once the house sale is completed. 

However, the base fee will be paid at the start of the agreement between the solicitor and yourself. 

Often, you will find that the final payment is due one day before completion; however, we recommend talking with your solicitor to see what agreement they have set up with you should you have any doubts.

If you are selling, then the legal fees will be deducted from the monies received from the buyer by your lawyer. In addition, if you have an estate agent who has sold the properties, their fees will be deducted too before you receive the balance. 

For example, some offer a “No completion, no fee” deal. Before proceeding, you should check whether this is such a thing your solicitor is offering.

Expect to pay around £200 – £300 upfront, with the outstanding balance due once the house is sold.

Selling your house through Sell House Fast 4 Cash means no fees at all. We cover them all for you!

 

What are the average fees for a solicitor?

The average will vary, and as we mentioned at the top of the page, as of January 2022, the average solicitor fees for selling a £250,000 house were £1046.

Below are the averages at present, excluding disbursement fees.

Property Value Average Solicitor Fee Selling Freehold Average Solicitor Fee Selling Leasehold.

Up to £100,000 £820 £990

£100,001-£200,000 £880 £1050

£201,000-£3000,000 £1000 £1170

£301,000-£400,000 £1090 £1260

£401,000-£500,000 £1160 £1340

£501,000-£600,000 £1390 £1550

£601,000-£700,000 £1600 £1770

 

Will I still be charged solicitor fees If the sale falls through?

This is one of those frequently asked questions, and it comes as no surprise. Nobody wants to be out of pocket, especially when it could run into the thousands.

A survey carried out by Which found that 84% of their respondents lost money when their house sale fell through.

Whether you lose any money will depend on the type of solicitor you have chosen. As previously mentioned, some offer a no sale, no fee service, which will result in you saving some money.

We say some as, unfortunately, the disbursement fees will still have to be paid no matter what.

As the seller of the house, you will be pleased to know that the amount you will have to pay will be significantly less than a person buying, though, as the number of disbursements in a purchase are of much higher value.

Did you know that you can sell your house for free with Sell House Fast 4 Cash?

We cover all of your legal fees. Our professional team can guide you through all the processes and are available now to help you get your house sold. You can obtain free legal advice from the British Landlords Association if you are member.

Do you get money back if your house is repossessed?

You have no house after a repossession has taken place, however, you may still have a debt to the lender. If you get money back from the lender or you end up with a debt depends on how much the lender sold the property for? If it was more than your debt than you will receive some money back less fees. 

 

You should note that the mortgage lender will take out any missing mortgage payments, legal fees, lawyer fees, and administration fees.

 

Most repossessed properties are sold through a property auction. Therefore, the lender will also take out the cost of an estate agent and property auction house fees.

 

Properties sold in an auction could fetch around 30% less the full property valuation.

 

This is why some homeowners sell as a cash sale deal to a property buying company like us rather than a traditional estate agent.

How long does repossession process take?

With the various steps that mortgage lenders need to follow to apply for a repossession order through the county court.

The process can take up to about 9 months. Of course, this can differ from case to case, but in general, it’s quite a slow legla process.

We also will consider any propery that is going through probate.

What is the best time to sell a house?

To sell a property quickly, you need a potential buyer that is a genuine cash buyer.

 

Estate agent property sales tend to take much longer than a potential cash buyer.

 

We find that different property types sell best at other times of the year according to the kind of buyer you are targeting. For example, property sales slow down considerably in the autumn and winter. 

 

Spring is generally considered the best time of year to sell a house quickly, with March being the best month to market.

 

However, with Brexit and COVID-19, we have had severe economic hits.

 

This has led to higher energy prices. However, we have all seen very high energy prices in recent months. As a result, gas has gone considerably and is said to go up in winter again.

 

It looks bleak with interest rates increasing as inflation is set to hit double digits.

 

Property prices will fall, which most economists predict. As a result, selling property is getting more difficult. However, Sell House Fast 4 Cash is still buying property and offering reasonable prices to the clients.

 

Whether you are selling a vacant property, probate or tenanted property with a tenancy agreement, we can buy it fast or work towards your timeline. 

How to sell a house quickly?

If you are looking to sell your house quickly or are struggling to sell, our list of the quick house sale tips could help you get the house sale you are after!

 

Alternatively, you can use our contact form if you want a quick house sale with a leading house buying company like ours. We can complete and whole deal within 7 days if required.

 

Our consultants have expert market knowledge and skills to offer you a fair price for your cash home.

 

Selling with “Sell House Fast 4 Cash” means there is no cost to you whatsoever. Our experienced in-house team of genuine property buyers ensures a direct sale of your property in the quickest time possible.

 

You have no estate agents necessary and a hassle-free deal. We have helped many people just like you!

Can you sell a house in 7 days?

 

Yes, you can; once cash offers are made by the buyer, and you agree with a cash buyer on the sale price. Then things can progress from there.

The cash buyer usually will send you a written offer which will give the exact cash funds you will receive with no hidden costs.

 

The only cash buyers who can complete the entire transaction in 7 days are specialist cash buying companies. 

 

Property for cash has solicitors who can act quickly, and they have ready cash.

 

A quick cash sale does mean you will get less than the market value; however, the buyer pays all the costs and takes the stress and headache of selling the property.

 

With COVID-19, the Ukraine war and a worldwide recession, quick cash sale of the property are on the increase.

 

Homeowners are worried about a housing market crash where the property market could see a considerable downturn so. 

 

Some homeowners believe the property market may crash and want to fix a purchase price.

 

Some of these do offer a variety of timeframes to suit you.

 

Most quick sale companies will advertise sales in as little as 7 days. 

 

However, they should also let you know that other alternatives are available if that timeframe is too fast for you.

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