May try to sell - any good no sale no fee online agents?

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    May try to sell - any good no sale no fee online agents?

    Sorry not strictly a letting question, but we may try selling our BTL, depending on what we can get for it. Anyone recommend an online estate agent that is no sale no fee?

    Thanks,

    #2
    No there aren't, they all charge a fee either upfront or delayed. Try an independent local agent.
    <a href="http://www.manchesterpropertygroup.co.uk/" target="_blank">Manchester letting agents</a>

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      #3
      These guys say they offer a no sale no fee option:

      http://www.esaleuk.com/

      Their small print says they normally charge £150 for cancelling within 3 months, but will waiver that as we're providing our own media.

      Currently examining small print.....but am I missing something or are these guys ok?

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        #4
        Used to work for one, they have a one off payment of around £195 - this covers pics etc but it is refundable if you get NO viewings or reasonable offers having said that it is discretionary.

        housesimple.com if you are interested

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