Selling Your Property Are you asking yourself how to sell your house or apartment in 2022? Our step-by-step guide will walk you through the process of how to sell your property in Ireland. Along the way we will give tips for selling your house and what to watch out for.   What Should I Do Before Selling A House? Selling a property and moving to your new home has a lot of moving parts. From finding out what are the costs involved in selling a house, what documents do I need to sell my house to how can I sell my house quickly? We have the answers. Our step by step guide is the perfect place to help you understand everything you need to know. Step 1. Property Valuation The first step of selling a house is to research the market and get professional advice. There is a huge amount…Continue Reading
A fast sale is the dream scenario for sellers on the housing market. Why? Because selling a property is often a waiting game, particularly if your home isn’t receiving the attention it might deserve. So, it’s important to prepare your home for sale in the most efficient way.   Chances are your future buyers want to take a walk through the property, which means during the selling process you should treat your home like a shop window: a spotless showcase that looks to make a memorable impression on each and every visitor.  The recent housing demand hasn’t been matched by a flood of new properties on the market, meaning many homes are selling above the asking price in popular areas. In this article, we explore how to sell fast and get the most value from your property during the market boom.  Strive for spotless interior presentation First impressions count, meaning a…Continue Reading
Choosing an estate agent to sell your property is one of the most important factors when it comes to putting your property on the market. These are our top tips. 1. Research, Reviews, and Recommendations  Whether you are selling an apartment, house, or site a great place to start is online. Google what’s for sale in your area and check out the popular property portals such as Daft and MyHome. You will get an immediate sense of which estate agents are selling property similar to yours. Pay particular attention to the presentation and marketing of each property they are selling. Don’t be afraid to enquire to see how easy they make it for buyers to communicate and how long it takes for a response. You want an estate agent that makes it easy for buyers to ask questions, book viewings, and make offers. With Moovingo estate agent we make communication…Continue Reading
Estate agent fees in Dublin
Auctioneer & Estate Agent Fees Ireland Estate agent fees can be complicated, let us break them down for you. If you are looking to sell your property you will most likely engage the services of an Estate Agent to sell and help steer you through the process as smoothly as possible. Estate Agents fees are calculated by charging a percentage commission on the eventual sales price of the property or by way of a fixed flat fee. Auctioneer & Estate Agent fees vary around the country and can be determined by various factors or how the agent is feeling on that particular day!  How much are Estate Agent fees?  How much does to cost to sell a property or how much do estate agents charge are two of the most searched queries we see. Estate Agent fees in Ireland to sell a property range from 1 – 3% + VAT…Continue Reading
Cost of selling house
Featured article Irish Times February 2020 Now in its third year of trading, Moovingo set out to disrupt the property market by offering an affordable, quick and simple way to sell your property A lot has changed in the world of property over the past two decades. Alongside the rise of prices and demand for housing, there has been a rise of digital technology, with many websites like Daft.ie and MyHome.ie redefining the property landscape. “Before those sites really got going, an estate agent’s role required much more work than what is involved today,” says Jack Brady, who has worked in the industry since 2011. “Agents had to spend large amounts of money to promote their business and find buyers for properties. They were relying on newspaper listings, and maintaining an expensive shop front in prime locations, to bring buyers in. The job is a lot easier today, but the…Continue Reading
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Unless you’re investing in your very first property, the majority of the time when buying a property you will also be selling your current home at the same time. It is incredibly common to complete both of these transactions at the same time and lots of people undertake the processes of buying and selling simultaneously.  With such low supply of property on the market in 2021, properties are going sale agreed much faster than in previous years, however this makes it a little tricker for the seller as they may take longer to find something. We have a number of strategies we can share with someone looking to sell and buy a property at the same time. A lot depends on the type of property you are selling and the type of property you wish to buy. To find out the best strategy book a free property valuation with us…Continue Reading
These days, there are lots of different options available when marketing a property that you’re trying to sell. Many people are unaware that you actually have the opportunity to use virtual tours of your home when advertising to potential buyers. Of course, with the current coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions put in place by the government, this way of advertising is more important than ever before and it is something that anyone selling a house should know about.  Virtual tours are being requested more and more frequently by buyers, and there are numerous benefits to ensuring that you have the ability to provide a buyer with the sensation of walking around your home. If you’re wondering why you should be providing virtual tours when selling your property, keep reading today. Our team here at Moovingo have put together a list of key reasons why anyone selling a house should look…Continue Reading
The majority of homeowners these days fall into a generic homebuying lifecycle and you can almost predict the different types of properties that they will own throughout their lifetime. For example, stereotypically, the majority of people’s first home will be a flat, apartment or a townhouse. When they outgrow this property they will move to something bigger and then, eventually, end up downsizing to something smaller in their later years.  If you have reached the stage where you don’t really need the amount of space that you have in your current property then you may be considering downsizing. It goes without saying that this is a big decision to make and you want to ensure you’re definitely ready. To help anyone contemplating downsizing, our team here at Moovingo have put together a list of pros and cons for you to consider.  Pros Financially beneficial  Often, when selling your home and…Continue Reading
When you purchase your first ever home, it is highly likely that you will end up needing to eventually move for one reason or another. Often, people live in multiple different properties over the course of their life and you can almost guarantee that over your time as a homeowner, you will move at least once and may keep thinking, ‘is it time to sell my house?’. It isn’t uncommon for people to question whether they really need to move home and often it is put off because it can be a rather stressful process. However, there are some signs that you simply can’t ignore when it comes to selling your home. If you have been considering putting your home on the market for a while now, keep reading today. Our team here at Moovingo estate agent have put together a list of signs that now might be the right…Continue Reading
Selling a property while getting divorced   Unfortunately, you can’t always plan for every aspect of your life and sometimes the unexpected can happen when you need to separate or get divorced. The biggest questions are generally “who gets the house” and “who gets the children” followed by: Can I sell my house before divorce? Who gets to stay in the house during separation? How are our assets and property divided during a divorce? Selling a house after divorce What taxes do you pay on selling a house during a divorce? Who gets the house in the divorce? If the property was purchased and the property title deeds are in both names, you are joint owners. You can then decide to either: Sell the property and split the proceeds Buy out the other half.  If there is a mortgage on the property, you will have to get approval from your lender.…Continue Reading