Step 1
Step 1: Should you sell your home?

Before you make the decision to sell it’s worth looking at possible alternatives as well as the cost of selling.

Step 2
Step 2: Preparing to sell your home

There may be work to be done to get your home ready to sell. Here we look at how getting a property ready for viewings could help you sell your home quicker.

Step 3
Step 3: How much is your home worth?

Doing some homework on prices locally should help you to figure out your asking price.

Step 4
Step 4: Estate agents

In this section we look at whether you should use an estate agent, and what to look for if you do decide to go down this route.

Step 5
Step 5: Viewings

Get ready for the different questions buyers might ask. And ask for feedback from the people who come to look round, to help you improve your home for the next viewing.

Step 6
Step 6: Accepting an offer

Knowing what amount you are prepared to accept for your home at this stage is vital.

Step 7
Step 7: Legal work

Here we look at what to look for when appointing a solicitor or licensed conveyancer, and what they should do for you.

Step 8
Step 8: Moving

Take care of the vital details as you get ready to move into your home.

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Important Information

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.

All applications are subject to status and our lending criteria. This means that the amount we’ll lend you will depend on your individual circumstances, the type of property and the amount you borrow. For example, we may require a bigger deposit if you’re buying a flat or new build property.