There is no way of getting around it; it does cost money to sell your home.
And not many estate agents websites provide much guidance and information on their commission, fees and the other costs involved.
So, you will need to fill in a form with some details to request a quote for the fees and costs.
Even where a fixed fee service is being offered, you will need to fill in a form to get a quote to give you the full costs.
Don’t be put off by having to fill in a form. It is not necessarily because estate agents want to lure you into their web – it is simply because by having a better idea of the value of your property they can provide you with a more accurate idea of what it is all going to cost you.
And if you are getting a quote from a solicitor, that quote will also contain information & details about the conveyancing fees and costs to complete your sale.
As for fees or commission, these are the main variables in the total costs of selling.
Some estate agents will charge you a fee/commission based as a percentage of the sale price of your property and others will offer you a fixed fee.
In our firm, we took a decision at the very start that we should offer a fixed fee for our estate agency service.
We are very strong on that being part of our ethos, but if a commission based fee is what you prefer, there is plenty of choice available.