Terms of Business

Quickbuyer.co.uk will make you an initial offer in principle. This is an indication of how much we may pay for your property based on the estimated market value which you provide us with.
If you decide to go ahead we will arrange for an appraisal of your property, which includes at least one valuation from a valuer local to your property.
Once we get the appraisal back we will make you a formal offer, subject only to contract and survey. Should you decide to proceed with our formal offer we will then instruct a RICS Chartered Surveyor to inspect your property. This will be paid for by us.
We may at this point offer you alternative options depending on your timescales and the actual outcome of the property appraisal you are under no obligation at any point.
Should the survey reveal the property is non-standard construction, defective in any way or not be “marketable” and/or “mortgageable” then our formal offer may be amended or withdrawn
To sell your property you will need to use a property lawyer. You may instruct your own Lawyer or alternatively use one we recommend  
If you use a Lawyer recommended by us we will pay all your legal fees. If you choose to use your own Lawyer you will be responsible for your own fees.
Your Lawyer will be required to have Professional Indemnity Insurance of no less than two million pounds, a minimum of two partners, be a Solicitor or Licensed Conveyancer based in the UK and have no disciplinary proceedings or action registered against them.
We will instruct an external agency to verify the ID of all registered sellers of the property.
Once we have received the legal report on title from our Lawyer together with the RICS survey report we will then reconfirm our formal offer. If there is anything adverse raised in either of these reports that could have an impact on the value then we may need to adjust the formal offer. Both of these reports are available for inspection by you or your lawyer.
You are under no obligation to proceed with the sale of the property until contracts are exchanged. Exchange of Contracts is done by your Lawyer who will do this only with your instruction. At this point you become legally bound to proceed. Prior to exchange of contracts a completion date will be agreed.
Unless agreed otherwise the property will be sold with vacant possession on completion.
In certain situations we may agree to let you remain in the property after completion. This is only given for an agreed and limited period of time and is known as a license to occupy.
We are members of The Property Ombudsman and have a formal complaints procedure. Details of this can be found under ‘Complaints’ on our website.