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Find your perfect home in Stevenage with Geoffrey Matthew

Are you interested in buying or selling a property in Stevenage? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Our name is Geoffrey Matthew, and I’m one of the leading estate agents in Stevenage. Here you can find out how to sell your home or buy your dream house, as well as get access to some invaluable property tips and advice from me. Whether you want to buy or sell, I’m here to help you every step of the way.

How to buy a house

Buying a house is exciting, but it can also be overwhelming. Here are a few tips for navigating through today’s market to find that home of your dreams. Contact us at Geoffrey Matthew when you’re ready to take action. We have an extensive portfolio of properties for sale in Stevenage, and we would love to help you buy your ideal house. We are professionals who handle everything from start to finish-and our job isn’t complete until you say, “Yes, I’ll take it!”

How to sell a house

It is best to seek professional assistance when selling a home. Finding a reputable real estate agent is essential for selling your house for top dollar and within a reasonable time frame. Consider joining relevant property-selling networks and social clubs to get yourself known locally as someone looking to sell. The more people you can talk to about your intentions, the greater the opportunity you have to generate interest from prospective buyers. Before hiring an agent, ask him how he plans on promoting and marketing your house so that you are confident in his ability to get results. You should also think about commission rates before committing—high-end houses can be sold for six percent or higher, while lower-priced houses might only cost four percent or less when sold by an agent.

What are the legalities?

When it comes to buying and selling houses, there are many legalities involved. In many countries, a specific type of licence is required to act as a real estate agent; laws governing real estate transactions even vary from province to province or state to state. As such, if you’re planning on going into real estate sales, make sure you understand what’s expected of you. Many places have established boards that oversee licencing and give out permits; these requirements vary depending on where you live. Your local municipality may have an information centre that can answer any questions you have about getting started as a realtor. If not, try googling real estate board [your city] for more information or contact your local government office for further assistance.

How much could I get for my property?

Figuring out how much you could get for your house is a bit of a balancing act. On one hand, it’s easy to overestimate what your property is worth. On the other hand, you don’t want to undervalue it either—which could lead to disappointment down the road if you have trouble selling and have no backup plan. Ultimately, working with an agent will help ensure that you stay on track and make decisions based on data, not emotion or optimism bias.

Tips for maximising the value of my home’s sale.

When you buy a house, you don’t always think about selling it again, but there will come a time when you do. This is one of those moments where it is worth taking advice. I have decided to put together some tips on getting the most value out of my property. In addition, it will come as no surprise that a lot of my advice relates to estate agents and how they can help us maximise our money when we sell our houses for sale in Stevenage. These tips can be used by any house seller, but particularly by those trying to get top dollar from their homes in London or Essex.

Keep an eye on your belongings when moving into a new house.

When you’re moving into a new house, it’s easy to get carried away and throw most of your belongings into boxes. When you first move in, keep an eye on where all of your belongings are at all times. You might forget something small (like an electric toothbrush), but it will soon become clear when that item goes missing or is broken because you didn’t properly pack it away. The same thing applies to larger items such as furniture. You don’t want to be left unable to sleep on a bed or use a dining table because something wasn’t secured correctly and was knocked over during transit.

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