How will e2w property services sell my home?

We will:-

  • Carry out a free, no-obligation valuation and advise you on the best way to prepare your property for viewings
  • Prepare full sales particulars for your property to include professional photographs, the property description and room dimensions. If we instruct the home report on your behalf, a floor plan will also be supplied
  • Arrange your home report and Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), to meet legislative requirements prior to marketing your home
  • Advertise your property within our offices on the High Street in Nairn and in Inverness, in addition to the e2w property services website
  • Advertise your property on the leading website portals Rightmove, Zoopla, Prime Location and various other off shoot portals. We have a strong presence on social media and we will actively promote your home on Facebook and Instagram
  • Provide an accompanied viewer service with feedback after every viewing for no additional cost
  • Provide weekly updates on the progress of the sale, to include statistics generated by the leading website portals
  • Match and mail out your property details on a regular basis to potential buyers from our in-house database whose requirements it meets
  • Provide an experienced sales negotiator who will work hard to achieve the best possible price for your property
  • Supply a ‘For Sale’ board and position it outside the property
  • Provide guaranteed peace of mind as we are fully regulated by The Property Ombudsman
  • Offer an efficient and friendly service at all times to valued buyers and sellers alike

Do I need a home report?

Since 1 December 2008, any new property to the market requires a home report. The home report includes essential information about the property which will help improve the buying and selling process and provide upfront information to prospective purchasers.

What does a home report contain?

The Scottish home report will include the following documents:

  • Single Survey – provides detailed information on the condition and value of a home
  • Energy Performance Report (EPC) – details the energy efficiency and environmental impact of the property in terms of carbon dioxide emissions
  • Property Questionnaire – completed by the seller and contains information such as the council tax band, local authority planning notices and any building warrants
  • Mortgage Valuation Report – shows that the property forms a suitable security for mortgage purposes, including the surveyor’s valuation of the property