Frequently Asked Questions

  • > Are we a ‘normal’ estate agent?

    We are the same as a high street agent – we just cost less, a lot less, as we don’t have expensive, shiny offices. Other than that we pretty much do everything you would expect from a more traditional agent.

  • > How much do we charge?

    Our one off low cost fee is £996 (inc VAT). But you can trial us for 1 month for only £95 -includes photographs, valuation, for sale board and a dedicated property manager. Then you can choose optional extras like an EPC certificate, solicitor fees, mortgage broker, etc.

  • > Why are we so cheap?

    Because we don’t have expensive, shiny offices and because we’re ‘online’ we’re not restricted to a local area – we are nationwide. That way we can pass big savings onto you.

  • > How much does it cost to sell?

    Selling a property can be a costly business not only with agency fees but also legal fees, mortgage fees and insurance fees – House Tree have got the experience and network to help you move more efficiently and cost-effectively.

  • > Do we advertise on top portals like Rightmove and Zoopla?

    Yes, we will market your property on Rightmove (www.rightmove.co.uk) and Zoopla (www.zoopla.co.uk).

  • > How long will you market my property for?

    We market your property for up to two years, after this time a re-listing fee of £180 will apply to cover your property marketing for a further six months.

  • > How are the viewings and offers arranged?

    House Tree work with you and the viewer to find the best time for appointments, all our viewings are booked through a central system and all parties receive confirmation of dates and times. We will also help you get the best possible price for your property and ensure all offers are genuine.

  • > What are the benefits to using us?

    The obvious one is cost, House Tree can literally save you thousands in agency fees, which you could use for a new kitchen or carpets. Because we are a national agent your property is marketed to the whole of the UK which is of a real advantage for people who are looking to buy a property from further afield.