Inheritance

Inheritance property, need to sell quickly?

It’s All in the Details

Selling an inherited house or property will often mean having to research the complex nature of inheritance tax and probate.

This can be an emotional period of time for you and your loved ones with dealing with the loss of a relative – perhaps a parent. Coupled with the legal paperwork, responsibility and financial matters to consider when inheriting an additional property.

 

While owning a further property may bring financial benefits, there is a lot to consider. Especially when

compared to managing a house that you already own.

 

We will be able to discuss your options and offer you a cash purchase when the time is right.

Feel free to contact us to discuss at the appropriate time.

Why Choose Us?

A Trusted Company to give you absolute peace of mind.

There are several reasons that you should choose us instead of all other ways to sell your home fast, but perhaps the single most important is that we pride ourselves on getting to know you and your individual needs. We take the time to ensure that we get everything right for you, selling a property can be very stressful but we want to be able to take that away.


We’re one of the most trusted cash buying companies in the UK and we have over 25 years' of experience in the property industry within our team. We’re also cash buyers with our own cash reserves, so we don’t rely on external funding and therefore can complete the purchase on your property sale extremely quickly. We buy throughout England to include areas such as London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Luton, Manchester, Liverpool, Portsmouth and many, many more.

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All offers made via this website will be at a discount to the open market value of your home and are subject to survey and searches.

Important: Whilst we make every effort to complete in a reasonable and quick timescale, there are sometimes circumstances that might affect the actual completion date and in extreme circumstances our ability to purchase. Our initial offer is provisional and will only be confirmed once we are in receipt of a survey and the searches and contracts are deemed satisfactory by our legal team. Other factors may affect our decision to purchase or effect the price we eventually agree. Over recent years financial turbulence and market forces from both inside the UK, Europe and the rest of the world have caused extreme price fluctuations in the UK property market. Property law is as such that until exchange of contracts takes place with the legal representatives, the transaction is not legally binding. Prior to a legal exchange of contracts we can rescind the agreement at any time if we have any knowledge or we are advised that the property is not as initially described and/or anything comes to light that may have effected its value. Alternatively, the purchase price may be renegotiated by mutual consent. In the event we rescind the agreement then all legal aborted costs and disbursements and survey fees in the transaction will be met by us. We strongly advise not to commit to any expenditure or completion dates until legal exchange has taken place