Homebuyers in Scotland are not hard to come by. But are they based in Scotland? Do they charge fees? Will they share your property’s survey valuation report? Do they pay all your legal fees and disbursements? Do they get thank you cards from clients?
The answer – probably not.
We’re full-time Scottish property buyers with two aims. To get you the best possible price for your property given the circumstances of your sale. And, to treat you, our client, as we’d wish to be treated ourselves. That means, service, service, service backed up by experience (running another national home buyer business for years). Anyone can buy your house. But we understand that what you are trying to achieve guides our service. And service really is key – because if your sale is holding up your life, you don’t want it to collapse. Do you? Homebuyers in Scotland must be reliable.
So if you think all Scottish property buyers are the same, think again. The partners of Property Buyers Scotland certainly don’t agree!
A simple example illustrates how we’re different from other home buyers in Scotland.
May and Simon contacted a local property buyer who made them an offer for their house within 24 hours. Hurrah. However May wasn’t taken by their approach (they sent a minion to take pictures of the house..and were not bothered about detailing how they’d deal with the sale). She also had a nagging doubt about the value they’d come up with. She’d never sold a house before, but felt the number might be low.
May contacted another property buying company. They’d didn’t deal with Scotland, but they knew a man (woman) who did – one of our partners. Yvonne quickly established that the first local buyer had undervalued May and Simon’s house by £35,000 (Yvonne has a similar house in the area).
This example, and others like it, created a light bulb moment. We realised that there an opportunity to set up a different kind of homebuying Scotland service, run by homebuyers in Scotland who knew what was important. The people of Scotland deserve better. Simple really.
It’s no gimmic. We’ve worked in business, for companies who happen to think how you treat clients is important. We do too.