Selling a property can be a daunting task
regardless of whether this is your first time or if you have sold multiple
properties in the past.
Search our Frequently Asked Questions to find the
answers you are looking for.
How much is my property worth?
will work out a suitable asking price together by looking at evidence
of similar properties and how much they sold for. We will suggest how
much your property might be worth based on its investment potential. If a
quick sale is important we may even have investment cash buyers.
Who will conduct viewings at my property?
will accompany all viewings of your property during office hours, both
for your peace of mind and to ensure that you convey all of the features
of your property.
When do I have to move out?
Once you have a completion date, which is mutually agreed by yourself and the buyer.
My property is currently tenanted, is that a problem?
if we are selling a property that is currently tenanted, then the most
likely buyer will be another investor. CJ Hole has thousands of
investors on its database waiting to buy a property.
How much does CJ Hole charge to sell my property?
selling your property it is important to take into consideration the
Legal fees for the conveyancing process - Fees will vary
depending on the solicitor. We would be happy to provide you with a
list of quotes for this.
Energy Performance Certificate - It is a legal
requirement to have an EPC. We can organise this document for you.
Estate agent commission- Commission fees are charged as a percentage of
the sales price + VAT. Fees become payable once the property is sold and
the contracts are signed.
I already have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) do I have to buy another one?
EPC can now be downloaded from a public website and if you paid for it
then we can use it without a problem. If you have an EPC you will not
need to include this in your package.
Is this a good time to be selling?
the Help to Buy scheme and other government initiatives are causing a
high demand for property. It is a really exciting time for both buyers
What can I do to make my property more appealing to buyers?
selling your home it is the perfect time to complete those quick DIY
jobs that you have been putting off. Remember, it's important to get
your property looking as appealing as possible, both inside and out. A
fresh lick of paint, oiling any squeaky doors and mowing the lawn can be
surprisingly effective. It's the little details that can make all of
the difference. Take a look around and be ruthless, potential buyers
will want to visualise themselves living at your property, so provide a
blank canvas. De-clutter (you will be glad you did this during the
moving process), and most importantly make sure your home is clean and
Do I have to pay Capital Gains Tax?
dependent on whether the property that you are selling is your main
home. If it is, you won't have to pay tax on it as long as you can prove
that you satisfy the conditions stated. If it is not your main home,
you may have to pay Capital Gains Tax.
Do I have to pay Stamp Duty?
the buyer has to pay Stamp Duty. So although you won't have to pay for
the property you are selling, you should be prepared to pay it for your
newly purchased home.