Selling Your Property:
Transaction Support

Meet Stuart

Stuart is one of our Sales Managers and has been with us eight years.

His job is to make sure that each transaction runs as smoothly as possible.

“One of the criticisms you sometimes hear about estate agents is that they focus too much on getting the offer, and not enough on the process as a whole. It’s true that the process gets more complicated once the purchaser’s solicitor, mortgage provider and surveyor get involved. But it’s my job to make sure that we iron out any bumps in the road, and I’m particularly proud that more than 80% of the initial offers we achieve proceed to completion.”

We’ll also happily put you in touch with a solicitor or surveyor if you haven’t yet had a chance to appoint one.

“On our Concierge package we’ll even send in our handyman to fix any minor maintenance issues before viewings begin. This helps increase the number of offers we get, but also means that surveyors have less to worry about when they report to the prospective purchaser or mortgage provider.”

In addition to comprehensive transaction support, we also offer a unique property dressing and staging service that is designed to maximises the marketing potential of your property before we send in our professional photographer.

So if you are thinking of selling your property, give us a call on 0207 099 4000 and we’ll put you in touch with your nearest Portico sales manager.
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