Quick Move Now Reviews and Testimonials
Happy customers are important to us, which is why we’re proud to share these quick move now reviews, directly from our customers
With so many companies claiming to be cash house buyers, it can be hard to know who to trust. That’s why it is so important you carry out due diligence checks before committing to sell directly to any company. One thing to look out for is a range of reviews and testimonials, which should be made readily available by any reputable company. We understand that selling your property is one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make, and we want you to feel confident that you’re in safe hands with Quick Move Now.
Make sure you choose a trusted home buyer like Quick Move Now by falling these
Why Trust Us ?
HOW DO I KNOW I AM DEALING WITH A GENUINE CASH BUYER AND NOT A BROKER?
No – A genuine property buyer, will not be able to pay 100% market value. Genuine cash buying companies are businesses that typically pay around 80-85% of market value, in return for a quick, guaranteed cash sale where the seller is in complete control of the timescale.
Any company claiming to be a cash home buyer, should be able to prove their available funds to you. You should expect to see an annual turnover in excess of £4million with a current balance sheet of at least £1million if they’re genuine cash home buyers.
A genuine cash home buyer will have their own funds available to complete the sale, and will not rely on finance from any mortgages, third-parties or investors. As well as reading cash home buyer reviews and testimonials, you can check out a company’s financial credentials using websites such as Companies House and Duedil.
No! Alarm bells should be ringing if you asked to sign a contract or pay any fees! These are tactics used by brokers to tie you while they try and secure an investor or sell your home quickly through the open market at a reduced rate.
There are several checks that you can complete to ensure you are dealing with a legitimate house buying company.
• Check out their company information and accounts by visiting www.companieshouse.gov.uk. Their annual turnover should be the most obvious indication of the number of properties they have directly bought (or not).
• If it’s too good to be true, it’s probably not real! Don’t forget; a real cash home buyer will NOT pay 100% of market value.
• Read their reviews – Do their reviews appear genuine?
Unfortunately, you can’t believe everything you read online, even customer reviews! It’s important to make sure the house buying company you are considering uses an independent review platform like Feefo or Trust Pilot, as reviews that are just written on a webpage could be fake.
Make sure their reviews are staggered. It would be very unlikely for a genuine home buyer to receive 10 reviews in one month and then nothing for the rest of the year. This would indicate their home buying reviews are not real!
If in doubt, ask your home buyer direct questions about their reviews; What house does this review refer to? Where in the country did you purchase this property? When did the completion happen? If they’ve genuinely purchased the property the review is referring to, they should easily be able to answer your questions.
Did the cash home buyer complete the sale when they said they would? If you’re considering using a cash home buyer, it will likely be because you’re looking for a quick, guaranteed and hassle-free house sale. If the company is a genuine and trusted home buyer, they should be able to complete the sale of your property in a guaranteed timescale. At Quick Move Now we can buy your property in as little as 7 days, or in a timescale that suits your individual circumstances.
Looking at cash home buyer reviews and testimonials you should be able to get a feel for the customer’s overall experience. Did the company deliver what they promised? Would the customer recommend the service to others?
Remember to always make sure you feel the reviews are genuine; if a company has 20 new cash home buyer reviews every month, but a turnover of £1 million, they can’t possibly be buying as many properties as they’re claiming. This means the reviews are either not written by real customers, or the company is relying on third-party funding and investors to buy properties and therefore cannot guarantee the sale