The Process of Selling Your Home with

Easy Guide to Selling

Selling your home with Housesimple is easy. Simply choose the package that you want and sell your house online for much less than what you’d pay a high street estate agent.


Home visit

Once you have signed up the next steps are to book in your home visit. Your Local Property Partner will visit your home, take a look around and give you an accurate valuation.



Choose which additional services you require such as an EPC and hosted viewings. We can also help you with your mortgage and Conveyancing if you’d like.



Your property will be ready to review online asap after the home visit (usually 1 – 3 working days). You will be alerted to review the details and once you are satisfied your property will go live across our full network of property websites. If you have requested a valuation guide we will discuss the report we have created with you and agree on a valuation before going live.



Whenever a potential buyer contacts us wanting to view your property we’ll contact you straight away to arrange a date and a time. After each viewing we’ll check how it went, upload the feedback to your client site where you can also see your statistics which show how many people are looking at your advert.



As soon as we’ve found you a potential buyer that falls in love with your home and makes an offer we’ll let you know right away. If their offer isn’t right then we’ll negotiate for you until you’re happy with the price.


To Completion

Once you’ve ok’ed the offer we’ll write a confirmation letter to both solicitors (for our conveyancing deals click here) who should then commence with all the legal bits. We keep in contact with the Solicitors on your behalf throughout the sale. When both the solicitors are happy they should agree a date to exchange contracts. A deposit is usually paid at this point by the purchaser and held by the solicitor. Once exchange of contracts has taken place a date for completion is decided. At completion the balance is paid to your solicitor from the purchaser’s solicitor and you release the keys to the purchaser. You can now sit back, relax and crack open that well earned bottle of champagne!