Connells Sole Agency Agreement

Welcome to connells.co.uk (the „site“). In these circumstances, the terms „we“ and „we“ (and „connells.co.uk“) are from time to time „Connells Residential“ and its subsidiaries and subsidiaries (as defined in sections 736 and 258 of the Companies Act 1985 (amended). The site is owned and operated by Connells Residential, based in England and Wales, company number 01489613. Recorded at Cumbria House, 16-20 Hockliffe Street, Leighton Buzzard LU7 1GN. VAT ID number 500 2481 05. The following terms and conditions are an agreement between you (the user) and us and define the conditions under which you can visit the Site and access the information, products, materials and services available on the site. We use the right to change the website and all the conditions and provisions of the Site at any time (whether they are included in the legal instructions, these Terms of Use, the Privacy Policy or elsewhere). It is your responsibility (as a user) to regularly and thoroughly visit the conditions and layouts of the site. We have been at the head of the real estate agency for more than 80 years, understanding the market through experience, local teams that understand regional knowledge, the integration of new technologies and the training and development of staff. We know what it takes to remove and sell your property from the ground. The single agency is the most common type of real estate agent contract. This means that the real estate agent is the only real estate agent with the right to sell your home for the duration of the contract, but if you find a buyer yourself, you do not have to pay the brokerage fee. The typical brokerage fees for the single-entity agency are 1 to 2%.

Typically, the trader who succeeds in selling is entitled to 10% (compared to 35% for a larger number of employees in some London agencies) brokerage fees. This means that several real estate agents act for you, but only the broker who sells your property is entitled to a commission. They pay higher fees to go to the multi-agency – usually between 2% and 3.5%. Since any real estate agent who is worth the salt on your property is listed on portals like Rightmove and is promoted several times in the same place, it may seem a little desperate, it`s probably not worth paying extra for this type of contract. Keep reading about how much you should pay and how to negotiate agency fees to your advantage… Sellers can`t have it both ways, all free extras should allow agents to have more agency time.