When it comes to purchasing or selling a property, nothing is more frustrating than getting part of the way through the process only for the sale to fall through. However, new figures have emerged which shows the number of unsuccessful house sales in the UK has dropped. Between June and September this year, the sale fall through rate was at its lowest level for three years.
The decreasing numbers could be down to several factors. Buyers now tend to understand the importance of being prepared for a purchase, and tend to take the time to thoroughly research the area, the available properties, and the finances involved before they decide to buy, which increases the chances of a successful and problem free sale.
With the property market remaining extremely active and prices rising, it could also be that buyers are snapping up the most appealing properties as quickly as they can before another buyer manages to get there first. This is especially true in London as many areas are highly popular and sought after.
It is encouraging to know that there are now more successful sales taking place, but it’s important to be aware that planning and preparation is needed to facilitate this. A property is a major financial commitment, and it is important to arm yourself with essential information before you decide to buy. This is where we can help.
With our in depth knowledge of London’s ever changing property market, we are in the perfect position to provide advice and support to investors who are looking to make a purchase. You want the whole process to go as smoothly as possible when you are buying a property, and we can help you to achieve this.
As well as guiding you through the purchase, we can also provide complete property and block management in Newham and all other London boroughs, meaning that we can continue to support you as an investor and landlord for many years to come. From buying the property to managing it to selling it on, we are the versatile team who can work with you throughout your entire career as an investor.