Reasons to sell with Abshot Estates

Sell with Abshot Estates.

Are you looking for a new estate agent?


You will have a wide range of options available to you when picking an Estate Agent to sell your home. And, although we believe we could give you many reasons to sell with Abshot Estates, we would like to give you our top three.

  1. You will have one point of contact throughout

When you sell your home with Abshot Estates, you will have one point of contact throughout your transaction. The agent who visits you initially to value your house will also be the agent conducting your viewings, speaking to potential buyers and also dealing with the progression of your sale. Unlike traditional estate agents, who may have a team of staff carrying out the viewings and others dealing with feedback and progression, you will have one contact throughout. As well as this, our customer service is key. You can take a look at our reviews on Google to hear from our customers.

With this process, it allows us to get to know you, your circumstances and your home. We will discover the unique selling points of your home and help potential buyers fall in love with it the way you once did.

  1. We are self-employed business owners

As self-employed Partner Agents, we don’t receive a monthly salary and only get paid on results. Therefore, we are totally committed to helping you move and getting your property sold for the best possible price.

  1. Available to you 7 days a week

We work evenings and weekends 7 days a week to find a buyer for your property. We have manned phone lines until 10pm at night, live web chat and are also available via Whatsapp.

If you would like to find out more and arrange a chat a Partner Agent please get in contact today. We have offices in Fareham and Alresford, covering their surrounding areas.

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A new style of Estate Agency in Alresford

Independent Estate Agent Abshot Estates is delighted to announce the expansion of the Abshot brand to New Alresford The new agency will be covering surrounding areas including Winchester Cheriton and Bishops Sutton....

Bringing a new style of estate agent to Alresford

Estate Agent Alresford.

Independent Estate Agent, Abshot Estates is delighted to announce the expansion of the Abshot brand to New Alresford. The new agency will be covering surrounding areas, including Winchester, Cheriton and Bishops Sutton. Robin Watts, Partner Agent and local resident, opens his office located in Wilds Yard, The Dean this week.

Robin is a well respected Hampshire property market professional with over 15 years estate agency experience. Previously, he has sold some of the finest homes the Hampshire region has to offer. Starting in the industry more than 20 years ago, Robin has worked his way up from Trainee Negotiator through to Branch Manager and now as Partner Agent.

Robin Watts, Partner Agent in Alresford said: “I’m excited to be working in my local town and bringing a different style of estate agency to the area. We pride ourselves on our honesty and customer service levels.”

Abshot Estates offers a bespoke level service with you in mind and a passion for selling your home. Only dealing with Robin throughout the sale of your property, you can expect regular updates and communication. In addition, he will also work with determination to get you the best possible price for your home.

You can contact Robin today on 01962 808264 for more info on the Alresford property market or to book a property appraisal on your home. Please also feel free to visit Robin for a coffee at a safe distance in his new office in Wilds Yard, The Dean, Alresford.

Estate Agent Alresford
Robin at his new office in The Dean, Alresford.

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First impressions count

First impressions are so important when selling your home A good front door sets the tone for the rest of the house and will help it stand out in a buyers mind....

A UNIQUE DIFFERENCE

First impressions count and will help your home stand out in a buyers mind.

1

Make sure your kitchen looks incredible.

Our stats show that it’s the most clicked-on room when a property is shown online so make sure yours is looking great. Try to keep your surfaces clear and remove any personal items.

2

Bring the outside in

Especially if you have no garden, with house plants and window boxes. All properties look better with a bit of life in them. Plants and flowers are a great way to enhance the look and feel of a home.

3

Get another opinion

Get close friends and family to give you a few home truths then get sprucing.

4

Make it smell amazing

People instinctively use all their senses to judge a property, not just their eyes. Make sure it smells great for viewings and avoid noisy times of day – so clear out kids and dogs.

5

Make a list

: Write a list of things that you love about your home, especially things that people doing a one off viewing might not be able to appreciate. This might be sunsets out of a certain window, the local shop or a great neighbour. Make sure your agent mentions them to people when they are viewing.

5

Be legally prepared

Boring but essential, make sure you get your paper work in order before you go on the market. Engage a solicitor before you list. Perhaps your estate agent can make a recommendation. Get down to the nitty gritty and familiarise yourself with terms like freehold and transfer documents.

7

Get painting

Decorate with muted tones but apply bursts of uplifting colour such as bright prints or colourful cushions.

8

Check your angles

Work out your homes best angles (rear façade? Front façade? Living room? Make sure its photographed at a time of day that shows it in its best light. It goes without saying that you should take pictures on a bad weather day.

9

Let there be light

Give the windows a good clean to make the most of your properties natural light.

10

Kerb appeal

Paint your front door, choose the colour carefully (don’t be afraid to be bold – we love green!) and go for a beautifully designed name or number. A good door sets the tone for the rest of the house and will help it stand out in their mind. Remember, first impressions count.