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Fees

Fair Fixed Fees And No Minimum Contract Periods

Why do we charge fixed fees? Property prices in the area have increased by nearly 50% in the last 5 years. As most estate agent fees are based on ‘a percentage of the sale price’ basis, this means that the cost of selling has also increased by nearly 50%.

 

The service that estate agents offer, and the way in which properties are sold, hasn’t changed in the last 5 years. Neither has it become dramatically more expensive for an estate agent to market a property. Given this, why should sellers pay nearly 50% more in fees for a service that hasn’t changed?

 

We don’t think that’s fair which is why we charge fair fixed fees. It’s very simple, we charge £2500 to sell your flat and £4000 to sell your house. Of course, this includes advertising on the most popular property websites, professional photos and floorplans, for sale board, and accompanied viewings 7 days a week. To mark the launch of Steers & Co we're currently offering introductory fixed fees for all new instructions. Please call us to find out exactly what we can offer you.

 

These fees are introductory fees to mark the launch of Steers & Co and will increase in due course. We’d recommend you take advantage of these extremely competitive fees, which promises a level of service that will be second to none.

 

To take advantage of our introductory fees please call us on 020 3086 9077 or email contact@steersproperty.co.uk .

 

Our fees are subject to VAT at the governing rate.