Fees – for selling
How much will we charge?
Taylor Made aim to match or beat any like for like fee quoted to potential Vendors by other local estate agents. People are genuinely surprised at how competitive our fees are. Unlike online estate agents which you pay up front before marketing we work on a no sale no fee basis therefore keeping the motivation to achieve the best price for your property at all times.
Is there a tie-in period?
Taylor Made can offer extremely short sole agency contract tie-in periods as we are confident in our ability to sell your property quickly and for the best possible price. All we ask for is a two week notice period if you wish to end your contract with us for any reason.
Are there any other costs involved?
Included in our quoted fee we are able to provide full written details of your property (in a brochure format) with high quality photographs, including floor plans. In addition we offer internet marketing, local paper advertising, advertising on our personal website and full marketing from our three prominent offices in Bournemouth which cover from Poole to Christchurch.
What types of contracts are available to me?
Taylor Made are able to offer three types of contract to anybody looking to sell.
- The First being a Sole Agency Contract – Sole agency means you will be liable to pay commission to us, in addition to any other costs or charges agreed, if at any unconditional exchange of contracts for the sale of your property is introduced by us during the period of our contract or with whom we had negotiations about the property during that period or with a purchaser introduced by another agent during that period.
- The Second being a Multiple Agency Contract – If your intention is to instruct us on a multiple agency basis from the outset or should any sole agency instruction revert into a multiple agency instruction a multiple commission rate would be payable to us in the event of us introducing either directly or indirectly a person or persons who enter into an unconditional contract to purchase your property at a price you’re willing to accept.
- A Joint Sole Agency Contract – A joint sole agency contract is simply where you instruct two agents to market your property for a set time. The fee is divided between the two estate agents acting on your behalf.
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