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National Association of Property Buyers

National Association of Property Buyers (NAPB)

We look at the importance of using a National Association of Property Buyers (NAPB) member when selling your home quickly.

We’ve also included some tips on how you can check a fast house sale company and make sure things are done on time.

Check out some information about Property Solvers’ own services towards the bottom of the post.

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How to Sell Your House Fast [101 Tips]

How to Sell Your House Fast [101 Tips]

This guide has everything you need to get a fast house sale.

Based on our 15 years’ industry experience, these actionable tips will help you navigate the selling process in record time and achieve a great price.

Remember, even if your property is already on the market, it’s a good idea to run through everything to make sure you’ve covered all your bases.

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Stop Repossession – Filling a N11M Form

Stop Repossession - Filling a N11M Form

If you are being threatened with repossession, the N11M form can be used to highlight your side of the story.

Many homeowners have used this form to help stop the process altogether.

In this post, we run through the basics of how to complete the N11M and answer the questions in the best way.

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Fair Treatment When Selling Your Home Fast

The National Association of Property Buyers (NAPB) is a group of professionals that bring the highest possible standards to the fast private home sales industry. Created in 2013, the body ensures that: All members follow the same professional standards outlined in The Property Ombudsman’s Code Of Practice; Homeowners receive fair treatment and can make an informed choice about how…

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Beware of “Option Agreements” When Selling Your Property Fast

You may have come across fast sale companies that propose to purchase your home for an agreed price in the future (anything from 2-15 years).  They will usually draw up a contract called an “option agreement” which will give them legal control of the property. You would be able to move out and they would cover any…

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How to Fast-Track Your Property Sale

Should you require an urgent sale of your property that is currently on the open market, getting the answer you need can be challenging – especially as many agents are known for sending out mixed messages. Conventional ways of selling a house normally require a little more patience as most buyers are inexperienced in the process.  At the same time, many will also be typically be…

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Why Do Quick Property Buying Companies Offer Under the Market Value?

It is common knowledge that “quick sale” property companies offer purchase prices below what homeowners are usually willing to accept.  The thought of selling at an under market-value price can leave a sour taste in sellers mouths and a negative perception about the private sales industry as a whole. This, of course, is completely understandable. Homeowners have worked…

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Dealing with an Inherited Property Sale

If you are reading this post as someone who has recently lost a loved one, please accept our condolences. Dealing with the financial issues of an inherited property sale is an extra burden we’re sure you do not need at the moment. If the dust has settled somewhat, you may be thinking about your next steps. …

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Keeping Up to Date With Your Mortgage Payments

Since the onset of the credit crisis back in 2007, many would remember how the country plunged into a period of turbulence.  Banks were bailed out, unemployment rose and many predicted a long period of recession. As part of the recovery plan, the Bank of England´s had to make major decisions. It started by injecting a huge amount of money into…

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Stop Repossession – Filling a N244 Form

Stop Repossession - Filling a N244 Form

Stop or set aside your house repossession by using the N244 form.

This post helps you complete the form in the best way and request an emergency hearing at the County Court.

Always remember, when it comes to repossession, the law is on your side.

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