Selling Your Property

The HP team are very friendly and helpful, unlike other agents I’ve experienced. They listen to what you are looking for and have very good communication between each other and the client.

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We felt that HP team all went above and beyond to make our house sale and purchase go as smoothly as possible. We will have absolutely no hesitation in recommending HP to anyone looking to buy or sell.

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This is the first time I have rented a property, Homes Partnership were all very helpful. Nothing was too much trouble. I would definitely recommend using their services. Many thanks again!

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What we can achieve for you

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no sale, no fee

We only charge when we achieve a successful sale. There are no upfront fees or withdrawal fees. You only pay for results!

Award Winning

We’ve been voted, by our clients, the best estate agent in West Sussex in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019! You deserve the best!

Real Local Experts

No call centres here, just the very best estate agents to help guide everything through from start to finish.

Online seller portal

Our customers are provided access to our online portal where you can see all your viewings, feedback and offers, 24/7

photography & plans

Free professional quality photography, floorplan and an EPC are provided to all of our sales customers. We get your wonderful home looking it’s best!

sales progression

Once a sale has been agreed on your property, our Client Liaison Manager will guide you all the way to completion.

HP 3D VIRTUAL TOURS

Homes Partnership are changing the way people find a new home.

Initially put in place due to the pandemic; our virtual viewings reduce the stress and inconvenience placed on our clients when trying to rent or sell a property.

Click on the example below here to see one of our tours!

"As we looked at so many properties online, we realised that with no exceptions, Homes have the bestselling tool. Other agencies either had no video viewing or it was quite literally someone walking around the house with a phone camera! This meant that we had to physically view lots of homes. I think Homes spoilt us and they clearly stand head and shoulders above the competition (who are actually no competition)!"

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Our 8 Step Guide to Selling your Property

Step 1 of selling your property
Step 1 - Discover your property valuation
The first step to selling your home is to get an up to date property valuation. With Homes Partnership you can start with a Free Online Estimation or you can book one of our experts to come and see your home, free of charge, by contacting us or booking it online here. We provide free, no obligation market appraisals for hundreds of properties each year which means we have a wealth of knowledge and data to draw on when valuing your property ensuring you get the best possible advice.
Step 1 of selling your property
Step 2 of selling your property
Step 2 - Getting your property ready
You should aim to present your property in the best possible way and fix anything that could put off potential buyers. A fresh lick of paint, re-arranging the furniture, plus a tidy up of the garden are some examples. These are small jobs but can greatly improve your chance of receiving an offer. If you feel that your property requires more than a touch up of paint, perhaps even a complete renovation, please get in touch with our Property Management Team. At this stage you’ll also need to supply an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).
Step 2 of selling your property
Step 3 of selling your property
Step 3 - Choose your estate agent & solicitor
When choosing your estate agent you should consider if they have plenty of experience, how much local insight they have, if they are able to effectively and proactively market your property, if they are affiliated to any professional or regulatory bodies and if they have a reputation for providing excellent customer service. At Homes Partnership we consider these things to be essential when it comes to selling property successfully. Most estate agents are able to make a recommendation of which solicitor to use and we are no different; simply head to our conveyancing page for more information.
Step 3 of selling your property
Step 4 of selling your property
Step 4 - Prepare for viewings
Once your property is on the market, you’ll need to keep on top of cleanliness and clutter every day in case of any unexpected viewings. Dust and dirt can dull a surface and give viewers the impression that work needs to be done, but a quick clean can reveal the real finish beneath and instantly refresh a property’s appearance. These small but noticeable acts can help buyers picture themselves living in your property, making them more likely to place an offer. If you’re present while the viewings take place, you should try to offer an insight about what makes your property special - is it great for entertaining? At Homes Partnership we accompany all viewings as research suggests that this is favoured by buyers and it enables us to take this stress away from you, our client.
Step 4 of selling your property
Step 5 of selling your property
Step 5 - Receiving Offers!
When you are selling your property through an estate agent then any interested parties will make an offer through them. If there is more than one interested party, we will keep you up to date with competing offers. You don’t have to choose the highest bidder, in fact you should consider your aims and how this relates to the buyer’s situation. If you want to move quickly, a chain free first time buyer or someone who has already sold their property may be the best option. At Homes Partnership we will use all of our experience and knowledge to ensure any offer is negotiated to the best possible outcome for you.
Step 5 of selling your property
Step 6 of selling your property
Step 6 - Accepting an offer
Once the final offer has been accepted we will conduct our due diligence checks on the buyer to ensure that they have the access to the right value of funds and that all ID verification checks are satisfactory. We will then contact your solicitor who will then set the wheels in motion for the sale to take place. The buyer will also instruct their lender to value the property so they can finalise their mortgage offer if there are obtaining a mortgage. They may also commission a survey or homebuyer report at this point too.
Step 6 of selling your property
Step 7 of selling your property
Step 7 - Exchanging contracts and completion
The exchanging of contracts is carried out on your behalf by your solicitor or conveyancer. It is when the sale of your home becomes legally binding and once the contracts have exchanged you can be fairly certain that the sale of your house will go through. Your solicitor will also receive a preliminary deposit from the buyer at this point which you would be able to keep if they pulled out of the purchase however, you would also be liable for penalties or legal action if you pulled out of the sale. The completion date will be stated in the contracts and this is when the property will be transferred to the new owners.

You must leave the property on this date and need to arrange for all of your belongings to be removed from the property, ready for the new occupants to arrive on the same day, once the final monies have been received. Keep in mind that completion days are almost always on a weekday to allow the banks and solicitors to arrange transfer of monies and complete other necessary legal or financial actions that would be impossible to do on a weekend.
Step 7 of selling your property
Celebrating your property sale!
Step 8 - Let's Celebrate!
Completion day can be stressful for all concerned, especially if you’re part of a chain, but as the final step in selling in your property it means that the worst is over and you can take some time to celebrate.
Celebrating your property sale!
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What is your property worth?

Whether you are just taking the first steps to selling your property or you are ready for photographs, we have you covered! Use our FREE instant online estimate tool or book a face-to-face valuation online to see how much your property could be selling for!

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