When selling or letting a house in Croydon, it is vital that you use an estate agent who is going to secure the best price for your property and charge a fee that is considered good value for the services required.
Different estate agents have different reach and coverage, and offer different services with different techniques. Choosing one that can work with you and sells property just like yours every day will bring you the best buyers. Choosing the wrong agent can be costly and frustrating.
Once considered the ‘bleak’ corner of London, Croydon’s recent resurgence in reputation means that house prices are rising. Croydon is in the process of undergoing an ambitious £5.2bn regeneration project which includes the development of a new Westfields Shopping Centre, as part of the constant improvements in the town’s economy and infrastructure that have taken place over the past 10-15 years.
For this reason, the price you get from your house can vary massively – in a market where prices are rising, be it modestly or drastically, choosing the right estate agent is even more essential.
What to expect and what is needed from an estate agent differs from person to person. However, one thing everyone needs is a reliable service and good communication from the agent. You must be able to trust they will get you the best deal from selling or letting your home. Use netanagent.com to compare estate agent fees and services in Croydon, to ensure you get the best market valuation and can be confident in your agent’s abilities.
The average property price listed on netanagent.com in Croydon in first Quarter of 2018 is £366,667 this is up from £346,590 during the same period in 2017. Whilst this is unlikely to be purely down to an increase in property values, it does indicate that home owners are looking to market slightly higher value properties.
Average Croydon estate agents fees compared on netanagent.com in 2018 have been subject to considerable market pressure and reduced from and average of 1.57% in 2015 to 1.36% in 2018. (inclusive of Vat)