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Relocation Agents

Get a Relocation Quote

If you want to avoid the headache of moving house and are prepared to pay someone else to do it for you, relocation agents are your answer. Typical tasks a relocation agent will do include:

  • Using an estate agent to sell your own property.
  • Finding suitable properties for you to view.
  • Raising the appropriate finance needed.
  • Dealing with paperwork.
  • Seeing the entire negotiation through.
For their work, they may charge around 1% to 1.5% (+VAT) of the purchase price of the house you are buying. Click here to get three quotes to compare using HouseWeb's free Service Centre.

Why Use a Relocation Agent?

The main factor is time-saving. You have to weigh up whether the cost of using a relocation agent is lower than the cost of your time spent selling and buying a house. If you are self-employed for example you may need to move but just don't have the time to go through the motions.

Relocation Agents will only accept commission on properties over a certain value (e.g. over 200,000) to make the jobs worthwhile. Also remember that the relocation agent's skill in finding appropriate properties for you to view relies heavily on the description you give them. Use the Perfect House form to start focusing on your desired features.

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