Welcome To Infinity Sales Guide

Contact Infinity

We can’t help if we don’t know you’re in the market to sell your property so please reach out to us on 020 8907 4665 or by message at [link to a contact page]. This will enable us to get started working with you.

Sales Valuation

An accurate valuation of the property is a key step in getting your property ready to sell. At Infinity, we have expert valuers who can help you select the best pricing that will be fair to both you and your buyer. We provide a comprehensive comparable report of Sales in your area which allows us to price your property accordingly. We will make suggestions if we feel some freshening up is required.

Finding a Solicitor

You will require the services of a Solicitor experienced in property sales to help with the transaction from you to your buyer. We advise doing some research ahead of placing your property on the market so you will be ready in case an offer comes in quickly.

First Impressions Count!

Let’s put our heads together to make sure your property shows at its very best so you can command the best price possible. The first step in this journey is to make sure any repairs that have been waiting to be done are finished, apply a new coat of paint to walls both inside and out if need be, and put away any items like toys, boxes, worktop appliances, etc. We will have our professional photographer come out to take pictures and then edit them for the best views of your property. Virtual 360 degrees tours are available for an additional cost.

Marketing and Viewings

We will make sure your property can be found easily across a wide range of options including extensive web marketing on Rightmove, Zoopla, Prime Location and Premium Listings in addition to placement on our active Facebook fan page. This allows Infinity to give you the greatest number of qualified viewings possible. We accompany visitors to your property and we are open Monday through Friday, Saturday until 2PM and by appointment.

Handling Offers

One of the most exciting times for a seller is when there are multiple offers for their home or investment property. We notify you of offers both verbally and in writing and go over any special requirements a prospective buyer may have.

An Agreement is Reached

Once you have decided on a buyer and have accepted an offer, we take these next steps: - Confirm the details of the Solicitor you’ve chosen - Confirm the agreed upon price between the parties - Draft a memorandum of sale - The next stage after this is that your Solicitor will send out a draft contract of sale to the buyer’s Solicitor who will make the necessary enquiries. There is no legal contract or obligation until all parties have signed the contract. You will then conduct a survey of your property, hear from your buyer’s Solicitor about their mortgage offer if there is one, agree on dates for exchanging contracts, and a proposed date for completion of the sale. We will be there with you for each step to ensure that things are being handled to your satisfaction.

Exchanging Contracts

Here are some of the things that must occur before you sign the contract: Preliminary enquiries following receipt of draft contract. A title search of your property with evidence of a good title. Local search queries. A proper list of fixtures and fittings to be part of the sale. The mortgage offer presented by the buyer if it isn’t an all cash transaction. A deposit from the buyer is required following the mutual signing of the contact. This amount is typically 10% of the purchase price and will be transferred by Bacs or paid by bank draft. The buyer's Solicitor will send this deposit to your Solicitor and then the completion date is set when both you and the buyer agree to it.

The Sale is Complete!

Once the remainder of the money owed is conveyed from the buyer’s Solicitor to yours, you will get a call to advise that the money has cleared in your Solicitor’s client account and you may now give the keys to the buyer. Congratulations! You have sold your property.

We’re the proud members of The Property Ombudsman (TPO), the Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA), the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) and the Client Money Protection (CMP) scheme. By working alongside these government approved organizations, we can provide you with access to an independent redress scheme and ensure that any payments you make are safeguarded.