FAQ’s – Fees

How much are estate agent fees?

If you sell your property the easy way with us, there’s a choice of 3 different payment options with the choice to add additional packages — we’ll talk you through it.

Upfront Fee

Pay £795 upfront or if you’re inside the M25 £995 both including VAT with no additional costs.

Split Fee

Pay £395 initially and then £895 on completion or if you’re inside the M25 £1295 on completion including VAT.

No Sale/ No Fee

For this payment option there are no upfront fees, if your property doesn’t sell you don’t pay.

But we’re confident that our Local Property Experts will be able to get your property a buyer. So, when your property does sell, you’ll pay 1% of the sale price. Subject to a minimum of £1200 or £1595 if you’re inside the M25 including VAT.

easy Extras

Additional packages to help you market your property.

Star Marketing

Make your property stand out from the crowd with our star marketing pack with its very own video trailer, professional photos, and Rightmove Premium Listing for £275.

Add a feature property advert for an additional £225.00 to increase activity even further.

Expert Viewing

If you’d rather sit back and relax and let us take care of your viewings for you, we can take unlimited viewings for £300.

Rightmove Premium Listing & Featured Property

Get more with a premium listing and/or a featured property ad on Rightmove the UKs largest property portal.

If you decide to go for a premium listing, this will be an additional £75 or it’s £225 for the featured property ad.

When do you pay estate agent fees?

You’ll pay an upfront fee or part of a split fee before you instruct. If a no sale, no fee has been instructed as soon as the agent has been notified of an exchange date, an invoice will be raised and sent to the seller’s solicitor to be paid on completion. Similarly, if you chose the split the remainder of the split fee fees will be paid on completion.

Can you pay estate agent fees by credit card?

You are able to make arrangements with the agent and solicitor to pay the fees by credit card. You may be subject to a charge depending on your bank.