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Emoov estate agent (£695.00 total price for selling with code)

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The main stream estate agents will tell you they have contacts who will only buy through them, but in reality most people look on rightmove and phone whichever agent it is with.. Emoov is £695 all … Read More
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The main stream estate agents will tell you they have contacts who will only buy through them, but in reality most people look on rightmove and phone whichever agent it is with..

Emoov is £695 all in rated 9.6/10 on Trust Pilot, there is NO need to pay thousands to Abbots, WHBrown etc

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You can instruct us to sell your property online or over the phone by calling us on 0333 121 4950. We’ll then arrange a suitable time for an assessor to visit your property. If you are in an area where we have a Local Property Director we can visit you to provide a free valuation before you sign up.

Pay now or pay later. Choose to pay by credit or debit card now or you can defer the entire fee plus all of your add ons for 12 months, interest free. That’s right… you can list now with absolutely nothing to pay for 12 months cost free or you can pay when you sell. It’s up to you!
All packages include photos, floor plans and more.
We’re always happy to help you with a desktop price guide.
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#1
Not sure why it's cold. I'm sure there are other online agents too so very similar. The main thing is getting your property on the RightMove portal.
For £695 you also get Photos and Floor Plan and ablity to amend the text/photos as and when you wish.
EPC is additional £70.
I think High Street agents charge upwards of 1% so as long as your house is worth more than £70k it seems a no-brainer.
Personally, I'm surprised bricks & mortar agents haven't been as affected by this disruptive tech. I think they're only useful for limited property/transaction types.
#2
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...

On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)

When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)

Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!



Edited By: ant3000 on Mar 07, 2017 14:36
#3
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.

ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!

Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.
#4
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.

ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!

Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.


Yeah, lets hope all estate agents lose their jobs eh??? Muppet.
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ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!

I am inclined to agree with you if you are not in a quick selling area... as that is where you need the phone calls to tell someone about a property that they would discount by looking on rightmove
#6
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.

I sold the house for more with the high st estate agents
#7
andyb83
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.
Yeah, lets hope all estate agents lose their jobs eh??? Muppet.

I really hope they do, the business model is completely out of date and no longer works with the internet.

No one should be paying 1% of their property price to sell it. It's a similar story to the black cab drivers who haven't moved with the times and are clinging on to their profession with their finger tips which more innovative business models appear.
#8
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.
Yeah, lets hope all estate agents lose their jobs eh??? Muppet.

I really hope they do, the business model is completely out of date and no longer works with the internet.

No one should be paying 1% of their property price to sell it. It's a similar story to the black cab drivers who haven't moved with the times and are clinging on to their profession with their finger tips which more innovative business models appear.


My wife is an estate agent, a very successful one who offers an excellent service that people are more than happy to pay for. You're very naive if you think an internet based company offer anything like the same service or get the same result for the vendor. And saying you hope people lose their jobs, well, that just shows you up as being an imbecile.
#9
ant3000
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.

I sold the house for more with the high st estate agents


99% of the time, a high street estate agent will get you a far better price for your house than any of these flash in the pan internet companies.
#10
andyb83
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.
Yeah, lets hope all estate agents lose their jobs eh??? Muppet.
I really hope they do, the business model is completely out of date and no longer works with the internet.
No one should be paying 1% of their property price to sell it. It's a similar story to the black cab drivers who haven't moved with the times and are clinging on to their profession with their finger tips which more innovative business models appear.
My wife is an estate agent, a very successful one who offers an excellent service that people are more than happy to pay for. You're very naive if you think an internet based company offer anything like the same service or get the same result for the vendor. And saying you hope people lose their jobs, well, that just shows you up as being an imbecile.

My experience of estate agents is extremely poor, they have cost me thousands of pounds due to their lies and incompetence. Sure there might be the odd good one, but the industry is renowned for providing awful customer service.

Let's take a step back. Why are estate agents needed? If I want to sell my house it has to be listed on rightmove, zoopla etc. An online estate agent does that.

Now I need to show my house to the interested party. Who is best to do that? Me, as I know about the house. The estate agent knows nothing about the house. I've been shown around countless times by estate agents who just shrug their shoulders when you ask them a question.

Now let's say someone wants to make me an offer. If I'm using an estate agent the conflict of interest and gamesmanship comes in to play so the estate agent can make an extra £50 in commission. With an online estate agent I'm passed the offer and I choose to accept it or decline it. The fee has been paid up front so there is no need to try and squeeze me/the other person to accept the offer. Likewise I won't be called to tell me to lower the price because the branch haven't hit their targets that month.

Your wife is in a dying industry, if she was smart she would see what's coming.

andyb83
99% of the time, a high street estate agent will get you a far better price for your house than any of these flash in the pan internet companies.

Can you back that up please?

P.s. lay off the personal insults as it makes you look a bit silly.


Edited By: Mada06 on Mar 08, 2017 08:13: .
#11
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.
Yeah, lets hope all estate agents lose their jobs eh??? Muppet.
I really hope they do, the business model is completely out of date and no longer works with the internet.
No one should be paying 1% of their property price to sell it. It's a similar story to the black cab drivers who haven't moved with the times and are clinging on to their profession with their finger tips which more innovative business models appear.
My wife is an estate agent, a very successful one who offers an excellent service that people are more than happy to pay for. You're very naive if you think an internet based company offer anything like the same service or get the same result for the vendor. And saying you hope people lose their jobs, well, that just shows you up as being an imbecile.

My experience of estate agents is extremely poor, they have cost me thousands of pounds due to their lies and incompetence. Sure there might be the odd good one, but the industry is renowned for providing awful customer service.

Let's take a step back. Why are estate agents needed? If I want to sell my house it has to be listed on rightmove, zoopla etc. An online estate agent does that.

Now I need to show my house to the interested party. Who is best to do that? Me, as I know about the house. The estate agent knows nothing about the house. I've been shown around countless times by estate agents who just shrug their shoulders when you ask them a question.

Now let's say someone wants to make me an offer. If I'm using an estate agent the conflict of interest and gamesmanship comes in to play so the estate agent can make an extra £50 in commission. With an online estate agent I'm passed the offer and I choose to accept it or decline it. The fee has been paid up front so there is no need to try and squeeze me/the other person to accept the offer. Likewise I won't be called to tell me to lower the price because the branch haven't hit their targets that month.

Your wife is in a dying industry, if she was smart she would see what's coming.

andyb83
99% of the time, a high street estate agent will get you a far better price for your house than any of these flash in the pan internet companies.

Can you back that up please?

P.s. lay off the personal insults as it makes you look a bit silly.



A dying industry? You really are clueless. My wife currently charges 2.25% and is busier than ever. Online estate agents NEVER stick around long. Don't judge an entire industry on your own very limited, poorly concluded opinion.
#12
andyb83
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.
Yeah, lets hope all estate agents lose their jobs eh??? Muppet.
I really hope they do, the business model is completely out of date and no longer works with the internet.
No one should be paying 1% of their property price to sell it. It's a similar story to the black cab drivers who haven't moved with the times and are clinging on to their profession with their finger tips which more innovative business models appear.
My wife is an estate agent, a very successful one who offers an excellent service that people are more than happy to pay for. You're very naive if you think an internet based company offer anything like the same service or get the same result for the vendor. And saying you hope people lose their jobs, well, that just shows you up as being an imbecile.
My experience of estate agents is extremely poor, they have cost me thousands of pounds due to their lies and incompetence. Sure there might be the odd good one, but the industry is renowned for providing awful customer service.
Let's take a step back. Why are estate agents needed? If I want to sell my house it has to be listed on rightmove, zoopla etc. An online estate agent does that.
Now I need to show my house to the interested party. Who is best to do that? Me, as I know about the house. The estate agent knows nothing about the house. I've been shown around countless times by estate agents who just shrug their shoulders when you ask them a question.
Now let's say someone wants to make me an offer. If I'm using an estate agent the conflict of interest and gamesmanship comes in to play so the estate agent can make an extra £50 in commission. With an online estate agent I'm passed the offer and I choose to accept it or decline it. The fee has been paid up front so there is no need to try and squeeze me/the other person to accept the offer. Likewise I won't be called to tell me to lower the price because the branch haven't hit their targets that month.
Your wife is in a dying industry, if she was smart she would see what's coming.
andyb83
99% of the time, a high street estate agent will get you a far better price for your house than any of these flash in the pan internet companies.
Can you back that up please?
P.s. lay off the personal insults as it makes you look a bit silly.
A dying industry? You really are clueless. My wife currently charges 2.25% and is busier than ever. Online estate agents NEVER stick around long. Don't judge an entire industry on your own very limited, poorly concluded opinion.

You haven't backed anything up with a single fact, insults yes but not fact. Come back when you can have a sensible discussion and can explain yourself.

The 2.25% model is not sustainable, it won't last. Taking a few pictures, measuring the room dimensions and then uploading it to rightmove doesn't justify a 2.25% fee! Every individual who goes to an online estate agent to sell their house for £700 will be one less individual who will go to the high street.

Edited By: Mada06 on Mar 08, 2017 12:52
#13
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
andyb83
Mada06
I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.
Yeah, lets hope all estate agents lose their jobs eh??? Muppet.
I really hope they do, the business model is completely out of date and no longer works with the internet.
No one should be paying 1% of their property price to sell it. It's a similar story to the black cab drivers who haven't moved with the times and are clinging on to their profession with their finger tips which more innovative business models appear.
My wife is an estate agent, a very successful one who offers an excellent service that people are more than happy to pay for. You're very naive if you think an internet based company offer anything like the same service or get the same result for the vendor. And saying you hope people lose their jobs, well, that just shows you up as being an imbecile.
My experience of estate agents is extremely poor, they have cost me thousands of pounds due to their lies and incompetence. Sure there might be the odd good one, but the industry is renowned for providing awful customer service.
Let's take a step back. Why are estate agents needed? If I want to sell my house it has to be listed on rightmove, zoopla etc. An online estate agent does that.
Now I need to show my house to the interested party. Who is best to do that? Me, as I know about the house. The estate agent knows nothing about the house. I've been shown around countless times by estate agents who just shrug their shoulders when you ask them a question.
Now let's say someone wants to make me an offer. If I'm using an estate agent the conflict of interest and gamesmanship comes in to play so the estate agent can make an extra £50 in commission. With an online estate agent I'm passed the offer and I choose to accept it or decline it. The fee has been paid up front so there is no need to try and squeeze me/the other person to accept the offer. Likewise I won't be called to tell me to lower the price because the branch haven't hit their targets that month.
Your wife is in a dying industry, if she was smart she would see what's coming.
andyb83
99% of the time, a high street estate agent will get you a far better price for your house than any of these flash in the pan internet companies.
Can you back that up please?
P.s. lay off the personal insults as it makes you look a bit silly.
A dying industry? You really are clueless. My wife currently charges 2.25% and is busier than ever. Online estate agents NEVER stick around long. Don't judge an entire industry on your own very limited, poorly concluded opinion.

You haven't backed anything up with a single fact, insults yes but not fact. Come back when you can have a sensible discussion and can explain yourself.

The 2.25% model is not sustainable, it won't last. Taking a few pictures, measuring the room dimensions and then uploading it to rightmove doesn't justify a 2.25% fee! Every individual who goes to an online estate agent to sell their house for £700 will be one less individual who will go to the high street.


Again, proving you have no idea. This company has been running a very, very long time. And you'll find the pictures are taken by a proffesional photography. You also forgot to mention all the marketing on a local scale, ie canvassing ect. Not to mention the mile long list of clients/investors who are contacted and invited to an open house to potentially start a bidding war before the property even hits rightmove and Zoopla. And there's also the bonus of having a RICS qualified agent giving a proper valuation, not some school leaver or part time office worker purely looking at what other properties in the area sold for.
As I've said, you don't know anything about the industry.
#14
Stating that I "don't know anything" repeatedly doesn't help you win the argument. I have sold a number of houses and am very familiar with the process, the benefits and down sides of both the internet and high street estate agents. I don't work in the industry but that doesn't stop me from having experience nor an opinion.

It seems you are emotionally involved in this so you can't consider another point of view nor can you be civil, nor can you back up any of the facts you have made up (99% of the time a high street estate agent will get you more than an online estate agent).

I'll stick with the online estate agent and will encourage others to do so as well ;)

Edited By: Mada06 on Mar 08, 2017 16:37
#15
I've changed a lot of light bulbs, that doesn't make me an expert electrician.

Lets not lose sight of the fact that you posted a "deal" that has gone very cold. Seems not many people agree with you. I havn't made anything up nor do I have to prove anything to you. I'll just reiterate the fact that you stated you would like to see a lot of hard working people to lose their jobs. That alone is enough for anyone to conclude what kind of person you are.
#16
andyb83
I've changed a lot of light bulbs, that doesn't make me an expert electrician.
Lets not lose sight of the fact that you posted a "deal" that has gone very cold. Seems not many people agree with you. I havn't made anything up nor do I have to prove anything to you. I'll just reiterate the fact that you stated you would like to see a lot of hard working people to lose their jobs. That alone is enough for anyone to conclude what kind of person you are.

1) I didn't post the deal
2) My experience of estate agents is poor, as are everyone else I have ever discussed estate agents with. They have cost me thousands of pounds due to their incompetence. I have every right to my opinion and thoughts on the future on a public forum. If you are going to get upset and judge me then I suggest the internet isn't for you.
3) I never claimed to be an expert, you don't need to be an expert to have an opinion on something

Are you an estate agent yourself? You seem to get things very mixed up and can't stick to the facts ;)
#17
You're avoiding the issue, you want to see people lose their jobs because of your narrow minded opinions, that's my point.
People who use a high street estate agent do so through choice. They are fully aware of the fee's involved before they sign up. No one is holding a gun to their heads.

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