We sell property in our 28 day auctions for 100% of their market value – but what is ‘market value’?
Market value is the top price that buyers from a mix of the private and investment sectors will pay for a property. It isn’t always the price sellers think their property is worth and it isn’t anything we can control – quite simply, it is what people want to pay.
There is, of course, more than one way to find the market value – one way is to start high and end low, reducing the price every 3 months or so until eventually it is what someone is willing to pay. On the plus side, sellers can dream big but the negative side of being ‘ambitious’ is potentially long and costly delay in selling your property.
The time it takes to sell a property fluctuates with season, the market, the asking price and regional influences but most people are aware of property that has been on the market for months and months and months…
Some estate agents recommend asking prices that, at best can be described as ‘ambitious’ (and at worst misleading) purely to secure representation.
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National Residential recently celebrated over 10 years of business at Chester Racecourse.
Since 2007 National Residential has helped 1000s of people to sell their houses fast and stress free.
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WARNING: DO NOT LET YOUR HOUSE GET REPOSSESSED AS IT MIGHT GET SOLD AT A TRADITIONAL AUCTION FOR A LOW SALES PRICE. THE HIGHER THE SALE PRICE, THE MORE MONEY YOU WILL RECEIVE WHEN ALL YOUR DEBTS ARE PAID FROM THE SALE. IF YOUR HOUSE SELLS FOR LESS THAN THE LOANS AGAINST IT, YOU MIGHT HAVE TO PAY THE REST BY SELLING OTHER ASSETS.
In A Nutshell
We can organise a cash advance to pay off your debts so you can sell your property using our modern auctions so that you get a better price for your home AND a cash advance so that you are able to pay move into rented accommodation on your own terms.
Note: Not all auctions are the same! See why ours are best.
Home repossession is the same process as ‘mortgage possession’ – it is a process lenders go through to recover money owed to them if the terms of repayment are broken by the borrower (debtor).
When a house is sold in the repossession process, any money that exceeds the mortgage loan or any other loan secured on the property or the court costs and fees is returned to the subject of the repossession order (the person whose home is sold).
Who Can Repossess Your Home
Your home can be repossessed by your mortgage lender if you fail to make the scheduled mortgage repayments agreed in the loan agreement.
Your home can also be repossessed by a lender of other loans if you have used your house or any equity tied into your house value to secure the loan.
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Since the 1980s and 1990s, many thousands of endowment policies have failed to mature as expected leaving thousands of policies with an endowment mortgage shortfall and homeowners struggling to make their final mortgage repayments.
If policy holders do not have savings or some other means to cover the mortgage repayment shortfall, it may be possible to extend the term of their mortgage if they still have a regular income.
However, if they cannot raise money to cover the shortfall or extend their mortgage term, they may have to sell their property to release the equity tied into it.
Downsizing To Repay an Endowment Mortgage Shortfall
A significant difference between the amount the property has increased in value and the money needed to make up the shortfall may provide enough funds to buy a smaller property outright and repay the endowment shortfall.
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