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Length of time to sell a property

What is the average time taken to sell a one-bedroomed flat in NW1?

Asked on Oct 17 2012, Selling in London | Report content

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  • Hello "LaChize", the answer to this question is really down to how realistic you are prepared to be on price?

    Answered on Dec 17 2012, Report content
  • On average UK property conveyancing should take between 8-12 weeks to complete from the point a conveyancing representative is instructed. Time increases with the type of buyeryou have . Cash buyers no chain are the quickest whilst buyers with mortgages and chains are slower. Also some conveyancing compnaies are slower. Online conveyancing companies that only do this type of work who use web based systems tend to be faster than a high street solicitor

    Web reference: http://thelittlehousecompany.com/page/Online-Conveyancing...

    Answered on Jan 12 2013, Report content
  • It's going to take anywhere from 10-20 weeks (start to finish). It really depends on the desirability of the property and the type of buyer you choose. The time take can also be reduced by choosing your conveyancing solicitor carefully and instructing them early.

    Web reference: http://www.compareandconvey.co.uk

    Answered on Feb 18 2014, Report content

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