In this ‘Digital Age’, where anything and everything is available to purchase online, the likelihood is that most people have used an auction site to buy or sell something, however small. I’ve used eBay, for example, a few times – it’s quick and easy to use, though I am extremely conscious of the fact that I don’t want to get too comfortable using it and end up with a whole house full of random stuff purchased ‘because it was a bargain’… Anyway, despite their user-friendly nature and the fantastic range of products that are available on buy through online auction sites, they do still appear to have issues associated with their human users – how many of you have run into problems, either with a buyer or a seller, who doesn’t fulfil their end of the sale? I certainly have.
As a result of issues that people may have experienced on other auction sites, when some people see National Residential’s innovative auction service, they are a little bit dubious – they want to know: is it really possible to sell a house with an online auction system? Given that nearly everyone has had a dodgy experience on an auction site where either a buyer or seller hasn’t fulfilled their obligations, how can National Residential ensure that buying a house via their online auction works for both the vendor and the buyer?
National Residential’s success with their online auction system is all down to the technology that they have incorporated into the system, as well as their dedicated team of experienced customer service staff who work tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure that all parties involved in the sale are serious and have the funds available to complete. Their hard work really has paid off – thanks to their rigorous buyer approval procedures, 95% of all agreed sales complete!