Get in touch with us
Either give us a call or email us with the details of the property.
Essentially, all we need is a note of the address of the property and the name of the selling agents.
We shall then have a quick look at the property brochure and home report.
In addition, we shall contact the selling agent to note your interest in the property and to ask if other buyers have noted interest and if a closing date has been set.
Noting interest is simply us contacting the selling agent and explaining that you, our client, wishes to note interest. That way the selling agents can keep a record of buyers who are looking perhaps to make an offer.
Noting interest does not require the selling agent or the seller to advise you of any other offers received or give you the chance to make an offer once an offer from another buyer has been received and accepted. It also does not require the selling agent or seller to set a closing date.
However, if there are three or more notes of interest in a property it is likely that a closing date will be set.
Reporting back to you
We shall then report back to you, usually by email, to update you and report to you on our research.
We shall also suggest whether or not it would be worthwhile making a verbal offer at this stage or wait until a closing date has been set.
It is becoming almost the norm in the current property market for a property to go to a closing date.
The Closing Date is set by the selling agent to allow all buyers who have noted their interest to submit their best and final offer. The seller will then make their decision and invariably accepts the highest offer.
We shall advise you of the Closing Date and update you on the number of notes of interest there are and then discuss with you what price you wish us to offer.
We shall then, on the day of the Closing Date, prepare and submit the offer on your behalf.
It is usual for the result of the Closing Date to be intimated later the same day and so you should know the same day whether or not your offer has been successful.
Making a Successful Offer
Once you have offered successfully for a property, we shall then move on to the next stage in the buying process which we shall explain to you at that point.