Costs of Selling
The costs of selling differ greatly depending on a number of factors and therefore, the best way to receive an accurate quote is to first arrange for one of our experienced agents to conduct a valuation at the property.
What are the main Estate Agency costs?
At DM Property, we prefer to charge our clients a commission on the sale price achieved. With a commission percentage, a higher sale price is mutually beneficial to both of us so you can rest assured that we are working as hard as possible to get you the maximum price. If you would rather opt for a Fixed Fee which allows you to know your exact costs from the outset, we would be more than happy to accommodate.
The ESPC charges a fixed fee for us to register your property on their portal. The cost of the fee depends on your property location and value. The benefit of listing your property on ESPC cannot be overstated as it is the largest property marketing company in Scotland and we receive a very high number of quality leads from motivated buyers in comparison to other property portals.
To ensure your property receives maximum exposure to buyers, we also market on a range of other property portals including Rightmove, Zoopla and S1Homes. We will provide high specification property brochures, which include photographs, an accurate floor plan, and your property details will be displayed in the windows of our network of offices.
Sellers of residential property in Scotland are required to produce a Home Report. The purpose of the document is to provide buyers with useful information regarding a property they are considering purchasing. To give you peace of mind, we only instruct qualified chartered surveyors regulated by RICS (The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors). Home Report prices are calculated based on your valuation and start from £360 (including VAT).It is worth noting that if your property is on the market for 3 months or more, you may be required to instruct a replacement Home Report costing a quarter of the original fee.