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How long does a house sale take?

There is no standard duration for how long it takes to sell a property. The duration it takes to sell a property will be based on several factors, the first and probably most influential element on the duration is what method has been chosen to sell the property.

Options available to sell my property are as follows:

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Duration to completion6+ months6 to 12 weeks7 – 31 days

Several other factors will also have an impact on how long it will take to sell a property these are as follows:

Leasehold property

Leasehold property could add many weeks to the sale process due to the additional third parties being involved in the sale process; this issue can be more common on older properties especially when the freeholder has changed during your ownership.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationUp to four weeksUp to four weeksUp to four weeks

Title Deed Complications

Sometimes a properties Title Deeds can have complications that will increase the time it takes to sell a property, many issues could arise during the conveyancing process such as errors in public records, missing heirs, or boundary disputes.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationUp to five weeksUp to five weeksUp to five weeks

Property Condition

When using an estate agent to sell your property, the properties condition will have a big impact on how long it will take to sell the property. For example, if the property is in poor condition, then you may not generate lots of interest in the property, potentially resulting in the property taking longer to sell. This is generally because the majority of people who are looking to purchase a home will be searching for a property that is ready to move into without the need to carry out extensive home repairs.

 

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationPotentially WeeksNoneNone

Property Chain

When selling through an estate agent a broken house chain Is one of the biggest reasons why a house sale can fall through. A property chain is established when there are multiple house sales and purchases linked together, each of which become reliant on the preceding and succeeding transactions. If the person buying your property is reliant on the sale of their current home to purchase your property, please consider that there is no limit to how long a property chain could grow, a property sale could be prolonged considerably or even collapse with a property chain.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationPotentially WeeksNoneNone

Property Location

The location of a property will affect how quickly you can sell a property, for example, if you live I an area with low crime rates, good schools and are close to local amenities you should be able to sell your property relatively quickly, assuming its priced accordingly. However, if the area has no schools or local amenities then it may take longer to find a buyer for your property. Take a look at these two websites:

Street check

Check My Street

Both these websites are free and give you access to some basic information about a location.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationYesYesYes

Property Markey Buoyancy

One of the most important factors that will have an impact on how quickly a house sale can go through is whether the Property Market is Buoyant. This will be regardless of the method chosen to sell your property. The Property market can be influenced by external factors such as Covid-19, the economy, consumer confidence, interest rates, mortgage availability, supply and demand are also major contributors to the property market buoyancy.

For example, if the demand for property is low and the supply is plenty full, this would be classed as a buyers’ market and can often be difficult to sell a property during this period due to the amount of competition in your area. On the other hand, if the demand is high and the supply is low, this would be classed as a sellers’ market. You can usually sell a property much faster during this period because of the lack of competition and the demand being so high.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationBig impactPotential impactPotential impact

Realistic Asking Price

To mitigate any time impact relating to a properties price it must have a realistic asking price, if a house value has been set too high or too low this could have an impact on the duration it takes to sell a property.

Property price set too high

If your property has been valued too high compared to similar properties in the area, it will be much harder to attract potential buyers. Thus, resulting in a lack of house viewings potentially causing the property to take much longer to sell, there is also a risk that you may never find a buyer prepared to pay the asking price if it’s been set too high.

Property price set too low

Similar to the above if your property has been valued too low compared to similar properties in the local area, this could have an impact on the duration it takes to sell the property because some people will automatically assume that the is something wrong with the property resulting in potential buyers being either very cautious or unwilling to view.

As seen above the property must been valued correctly to ensure there are no delays caused by ineffective property valuations, one way to combat this would be to obtain several valuations for your house by property professionals. This can usually be done free of charge, under no obligation.

 

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationBig impactBig impactBig impact

Process of selling your home

We’ve highlighted the potential factors that could have an impact on the duration it takes when selling property now let’s look at each method in detail along with the processes involved for each method.

Selling your home to a Quick House Sale Company

The basic timeline for selling a property to a We Buy Any House Company can be completed within 7 days however generally the process will take around 21 days, most companies can also work to a timeline of your choice. The process for selling your home with a house buyer is generally as follows:

  1. Choose a Quick House Sale Company

Be careful when choosing a quick house sale company, you must choose a reputable company. Take your time to do some homework and find the right company for you, as there are many quick house buying companies that will give you a close to market value offer only to reduce it at the very last minute be very wary of any company offering over 80% of the market value.

  1. Initial Contact / Property Details

Contact Sell My home directly, fill in the form via our website here or request a call-back by filling in the form on the contact us page.

  1. Offer in Principle

Once we have done some due diligence on the property, we will contact you within 24 hours to give you our Offer in Principle.

  1. Independent Valuations

If you accept our Offer in Principle, we will instruct two independent local property experts to undertake a valuation report.

  1. Formal Offer

Upon receipt of the Valuations, we will make our Formal Offer for the property (subject to contract and survey).

  1. Survey & Contract Instruction

If you accept our Formal offer, we will instruct our solicitor and an RICS Chartered Surveyor to survey your home, you will have some simple forms to complete for the solicitor.

  1. Survey & Contract Results

If there are no issues identified by the solicitor or the surveyor, you can choose a completion date of your choice.

  1. Completion Date

If there are no issues identified by the solicitor or the surveyor, you can choose a completion date of your choice.

Selling your home through a property auction company

There are many advantages of selling a property through auction, one of them being a quick sales process with an average selling time taking between 6 to 12 weeks to complete. The process for selling a property through auction is as follows:

  1. Find an Auction Company

There are many well-established auctioneers to choose from, they are useful if you want to sell a property quicker than selling through an estate agent.

  1. Arrange an appraisal of your property

Some companies offer a free appraisal of your property, the auctioneer will be able to advise you whether your property is suitable for an auction along with advising you of the potential worth, you will normally agree to a reserve price at this stage.

  1. Agree Fees / Costs

After your appraisal, you will be required to sign a contract agreeing to the auctioneer costs and commission fees. These fees can typically cost up to 2.5% of the property, make sure you read through the contract, sometimes you will be required to pay the associated fees even if the property does not sell at auction.

  1. Hire a Solicitor

You will need to arrange a solicitor for them to create the legal pack before your home can be bought through an auction.

  1. Promoting the property

The Auction house will begin to promote your property, generally, this will be done online through their website.

  1. Auction day

Your house is ready for the auction, on the auction day hopefully, people will bid on your property and it will sell at a price above the reserve price. If the property doesn’t reach the reserve price you may have to consider a different approach to selling your home.

  1. If Property Sells

If your property is successful and you’ve achieved a price above the guide price, you will generally walk away from the auction with a % of the agreed sale price. The remaining balance will be guaranteed to follow within a month.

  1. Payment of additional Fees

If your property sells through the auction you will need to pay an additional fee to your solicitor for the conveyancing costs associated with completing the legal work with the property buyer.

  1. Completion

Finally, after around 2 months, your property has been completed, and your solicitor transfers the money into your bank account.

If you’d like to find out more about selling a house via action take a read of our blog called “All You Need To Know About Selling Your House At Auction”.

 

Selling your home with an estate agent

Selling a property to an estate agent can take in the region of 6 months to complete a sale, albeit the most popular method to sell a property. The standard process of selling with an estate agent is as follows:

  1. Choose an Estate Agent

Make sure you do your homework on your local estate agents and online estate agents before appointing one, this will help you get the best estate agent available to help sell your home. Estate Agents may also consider multiple agents to help sell your property, however, the fees for this service may be in the region of 3%.

Before choosing an estate agent make sure you understand the fees involved and whether this includes VAT or not, a good estate agent will tell you all about their process from handling the viewings, negotiating with potential buyers and how communicating with all parties including solicitors. Ensure you understand all the terms and conditions in the contract as sometimes you may be surprised by additional fees for professional photography or a premium listing on Rightmove.

  1. Property Valuation

The estate agent will usually give you a free valuation of your property, they will attend your home and conduct a valuation of the property. At this point, they will usually go through give you their sales brochure and terms and conditions if you decide to instruct them to sell your home. It is often good practice to obtain a second opinion from another estate agent to ensure you are getting the best price available for your home.

  1. Obtain an energy certificate

An energy performance certificate (EPC) is the measurement of a properties energy efficiency rating this is now a requirement when a homeowner wishes to sell their property, this could cost in the region of £60.

  1. Hire a Solicitor

You will require a conveyancing solicitor to undertake the legal work involved with selling a property. A good solicitor is a key to ensuring the sale process is completed as quickly and smoothly as possible, make sure you do your homework. These days there is no need to use a local solicitor, you can request a quotation on the internet to ensure you are getting the best value.

  1. Prepare your home for sale

Before taking photos of your house, make sure you clear any clutter away out of sight, if you stage your home correctly you may sell your home faster and achieve a slightly high price.

Key elements to consider when staging your home is, tidy up, removing any clutter, giving your house fresh paint and ensuring your house smells nice. For more advice on staging a home before selling, please read our help and advice page.

  1. Take photographs

Good photographs will be key when selling a home, this is your potential buyers first impression. Your estate agent will usually arrange for the photographs to be taken, sometimes paying a little bit extra for the professional photographer could pay dividends.

  1. House Viewings

House viewings can be stressful, ensure the house is clean and tidy and free of any bad smells. If you have any pets, consider if someone from your family or friends could look after them whilst the viewings are taking place. Some estate agents will manage the viewings and show the potential buyers around the property, if you have to undertake the viewings yourself it will help if you are positive about the house and can answer any questions a buyer may ask.

  1. Offer Accepted

Once the viewings have started to take place, hopefully, someone will love the property enough to make you an offer. If you have chosen a good Estate Agent, this is where they can earn their fee % and obtain the best offer possible on your property. You will need to consider accepting or rejecting offers, which could be much lower than the asking price.

  1. Survey and Contract Exchange

When you accept an offer, your Estate Agents will prepare a memorandum of the sale agreement, this will confirm key terms of the agreement between yourself and your buyer, such as the agreed sale price. This memorandum is not a legally binding contract so both parties are free to walk away without any consequence until contract exchange.

At this stage, the buyer will often instruct a survey to be conducted on the property, if there are no issues with the survey your solicitor will issue the buyers solicitor a contract.

Please be aware that if any issues are highlighted with the survey this may cause a delay in the process and could result in the terms being re-negotiated.  Generally, these issues will always cost you money by paying for the issues to be rectified or lowering the sale price accordingly.

  1. Complete the Sale

When the contracts have been exchanged and have been reviewed and accepted by both parties’ solicitors you are then able to agree on a completion date.

It will be your responsibility to arrange for the property to be cleared and cleaned by this date, your solicitor will transfer the funds to your bank account on the day of completion at this point the estate agent will hand over the key to the new property owner and the property has been sold. This whole process from start to finish will usually take longer than six months.

In Conclusion

Many elements can affect the timeline it takes when selling a property. The majority of which can be both frustrating and disheartening, especially when dealing with the likes of a broken house chain. If you want the quickest method along with a guaranteed sale, try a reputable quick house sale company such as Sell My Home Now. We have a quick and easy property buying process and provide a free with no obligation quotation. You could obtain up to 85% of the market value and complete the sale in a matter of days.

Frequently asked questions

How long does it take from offer to completion?

This depends on the method chosen to sell a property, for example, if you choose an estate agent to sell your home the process could take up to six months or longer. Selling property via auction could take in the region of 6 to 12 weeks and a house buying company will generally purchase a property within 31 days.

Who decides the completion date?

The completion date is agreed upon by both parties before the exchange, commonly one or two weeks later. It is the date on which full payment is made to the seller, ownership transfers to the buyer and the new owner can move into the property.

What is the difference between the exchange of contracts and completion?

The difference between exchange and completion is that ‘exchange’ is an exchange of contracts, which makes the matter legally binding between the buyer and seller, whereas ‘completion’ is the date the parties physically move and transfer legal ownership of the property.

What is the quickest way to sell a house?

The quickest way to sell a property is to use a quick house sale company, if you’re in a hurry to sell the transaction could be completed in as quick as 7 days.

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How long does a house sale take?

There is no standard duration for how long it takes to sell a property. The duration it takes to sell a property will be based on several factors, the first and probably most influential element on the duration is what method has been chosen to sell the property.

Options available to sell my property are as follows:

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Duration to completion6+ months6 to 12 weeks7 – 31 days

Several other factors will also have an impact on how long it will take to sell a property these are as follows:

Leasehold property

Leasehold property could add many weeks to the sale process due to the additional third parties being involved in the sale process; this issue can be more common on older properties especially when the freeholder has changed during your ownership.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationUp to four weeksUp to four weeksUp to four weeks

Title Deed Complications

Sometimes a properties Title Deeds can have complications that will increase the time it takes to sell a property, many issues could arise during the conveyancing process such as errors in public records, missing heirs, or boundary disputes.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationUp to five weeksUp to five weeksUp to five weeks

Property Condition

When using an estate agent to sell your property, the properties condition will have a big impact on how long it will take to sell the property. For example, if the property is in poor condition, then you may not generate lots of interest in the property, potentially resulting in the property taking longer to sell. This is generally because the majority of people who are looking to purchase a home will be searching for a property that is ready to move into without the need to carry out extensive home repairs.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationPotentially WeeksNoneNone

Property Chain

Selling through an estate agent a broken house chain Is one of the biggest reasons why a house sale can fall through. A property chain is established when there are multiple house sales and purchases linked together, each of which become reliant on the preceding and succeeding transactions. If the person buying your property is reliant on the sale of their current home to purchase your property, please consider that there is no limit to how long a property chain could grow, a property sale could be prolonged considerably or even collapse with a property chain.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationPotentially WeeksNoneNone

Property Location

The location of a property will affect how quickly you can sell a property, for example, if you live I an area with low crime rates, good schools and are close to local amenities you should be able to sell your property relatively quickly, assuming its priced accordingly. However, if the area has no schools or local amenities then it may take longer to find a buyer for your property. Take a look at these two websites:

Street check

Check My Street

Both these websites are free and give you access to some basic information about a location.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationYesYesYes

Property Markey Buoyancy

One of the most important factors that will have an impact on how quickly a house sale can go through is whether the Property Market is Buoyant. This will be regardless of the method chosen to sell your property. The Property market can be influenced by external factors such as Covid-19, the economy, consumer confidence, interest rates, mortgage availability, supply and demand are also major contributors to the property market buoyancy.

For example, if the demand for property is low and the supply is plenty full, this would be classed as a buyers’ market and can often be difficult to sell a property during this period due to the amount of competition in your area. On the other hand, if the demand is high and the supply is low, this would be classed as a sellers’ market. You can usually sell a property much faster during this period because of the lack of competition and the demand being so high.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationBig impactPotential impactPotential impact

Realistic Asking Price

To mitigate any time impact relating to a properties price it must have a realistic asking price, if a house value has been set too high or too low this could have an impact on the duration it takes to sell a property.

Property price set too high

If your property has been valued too high compared to similar properties in the area, it will be much harder to attract potential buyers. Thus, resulting in a lack of house viewings potentially causing the property to take much longer to sell, there is also a risk that you may never find a buyer prepared to pay the asking price if it’s been set too high.

Property price set too low

Similar to the above if your property has been valued too low compared to similar properties in the local area, this could have an impact on the duration it takes to sell the property because some people will automatically assume that the is something wrong with the property resulting in potential buyers being either very cautious or unwilling to view.

As seen above the property must be valued correctly to ensure there are no delays caused by ineffective property valuations, one way to combat this would be to obtain several valuations for your house by property professionals. This can usually be done free of charge, under no obligation.

MethodEstate AgentAuctionWe Buy Any House Company
Impact on durationBig impactBig impactBig impact

Process of selling your home

We’ve highlighted the potential factors that could have an impact on the duration it takes when selling property now let’s look at each method in detail along with the processes involved for each method.

Selling your home to a Quick House Sale Company

The basic timeline for selling a property to a We Buy Any House Company can be completed within 7 days however generally the process will take around 21 days, most companies can also work to a timeline of your choice. The process for selling your home with a house buyer is generally as follows:

  1. Choose a Quick House Sale Company

Be careful when choosing a quick house sale company, you must choose a reputable company. Take your time to do some homework and find the right company for you, as there are many quick house buying companies that will give you a close to market value offer only to reduce it at the very last minute be very wary of any company offering over 80% of the market value.

  1. Initial Contact / Property Details

Contact Sell My home directly, fill in the form via our website here or request a call-back by filling in the form on the contact us page.

  1. Offer in Principle

Once we have done some due diligence on the property, we will contact you within 24 hours to give you our Offer in Principle.

  1. Independent Valuations

If you accept our Offer in Principle, we will instruct two independent local property experts to undertake a valuation report.

  1. Formal Offer

Upon receipt of the Valuations, we will make our Formal Offer for the property (subject to contract and survey).

  1. Survey & Contract Instruction

If you accept our Formal offer, we will instruct our solicitor and an RICS Chartered Surveyor to survey your home, you will have some simple forms to complete for the solicitor.

  1. Survey & Contract Results

Assuming there are no issues identified by the solicitor or the surveyor, you can choose a completion date of your choice.

  1. Completion Date

If no issues have been identified by the solicitor or the surveyor, you can choose a completion date of your choice.

Selling your home through a property auction company

There are many advantages of selling a property through auction, one of them being a quick sales process with an average selling time taking between 6 to 12 weeks to complete. The process for selling a property through auction is as follows:

  1. Find an Auction Company

There are many well-established auctioneers to choose from, they are useful if you want to sell a property quicker than selling through an estate agent.

  1. Arrange an appraisal of your property

Some companies offer a free appraisal of your property, the auctioneer will be able to advise you whether your property is suitable for an auction along with advising you of the potential worth, you will normally agree to a reserve price at this stage.

  1. Agree Fees / Costs

After your appraisal, you will be required to sign a contract agreeing to the auctioneer costs and commission fees. These fees can typically cost up to 2.5% of the property, make sure you read through the contract, sometimes you will be required to pay the associated fees even if the property does not sell at auction.

  1. Hire a Solicitor

You will need to arrange a solicitor for them to create the legal pack before your home can be bought through an auction.

  1. Promoting the property

The Auction house will begin to promote your property, generally, this will be done online through their website.

  1. Auction day

Your house is ready for the auction, on the auction day hopefully, people will bid on your property and it will sell at a price above the reserve price. If the property doesn’t reach the reserve price you may have to consider a different approach to selling your home.

  1. If Property Sells

If your property is successful and you’ve achieved a price above the guide price, you will generally walk away from the auction with a % of the agreed sale price. The remaining balance will be guaranteed to follow within a month.

  1. Payment of additional Fees

If a property sells through the auction you will need to pay an additional fee to your solicitor for the conveyancing costs associated with completing the legal work with the property buyer.

  1. Completion

Finally, after around 2 months, your property has been completed, and your solicitor transfers the money into your bank account.

If you’d like to find out more about selling a house via action take a read of our blog called “All You Need To Know About Selling Your House At Auction”.

Selling your home with an estate agent

Selling a property to an estate agent can take in the region of 6 months to complete a sale, albeit the most popular method to sell a property. The standard process of selling with an estate agent is as follows:

  1. Choose an Estate Agent

Make sure you do your homework on your local estate agents and online estate agents before appointing one, this will help you get the best estate agent available to help sell your home. Estate Agents may also consider multiple agents to help sell your property, however, the fees for this service may be in the region of 3%.

Before choosing an estate agent make sure you understand the fees involved and whether this includes VAT or not, a good estate agent will tell you all about their process from handling the viewings, negotiating with potential buyers and how communicating with all parties including solicitors. Ensure you understand all the terms and conditions in the contract as sometimes you may be surprised by additional fees for professional photography or a premium listing on Rightmove.

  1. Property Valuation

The estate agent will usually give you a free valuation of your property, they will attend your home and conduct a valuation of the property. At this point, they will usually go through give you their sales brochure and terms and conditions if you decide to instruct them to sell your home. It is often good practice to obtain a second opinion from another estate agent to ensure you are getting the best price available for your home.

  1. Obtain an energy certificate

An energy performance certificate (EPC) is the measurement of a properties energy efficiency rating this is now a requirement when a homeowner wishes to sell their property, this could cost in the region of £60.

  1. Hire a Solicitor

You will require a conveyancing solicitor to undertake the legal work involved with selling a property. A good solicitor is a key to ensuring the sale process is completed as quickly and smoothly as possible, make sure you do your homework. These days there is no need to use a local solicitor, you can request a quotation on the internet to ensure you are getting the best value.

  1. Prepare your home for sale

Before taking photos of your house, make sure you clear any clutter away out of sight, if you stage your home correctly you may sell your home faster and achieve a slightly high price.

Key elements to consider when staging your home is, tidy up, removing any clutter, giving your house fresh paint and ensuring your house smells nice. For more advice on staging a home before selling, please read our help and advice page.

  1. Take photographs

Good photographs will be key when selling a home, this is your potential buyers first impression. Your estate agent will usually arrange for the photographs to be taken, sometimes paying a little bit extra for the professional photographer could pay dividends.

  1. House Viewings

House viewings can be stressful, ensure the house is clean and tidy and free of any bad smells. If you have any pets, consider if someone from your family or friends could look after them whilst the viewings are taking place. Some estate agents will manage the viewings and show the potential buyers around the property, if you have to undertake the viewings yourself it will help if you are positive about the house and can answer any questions a buyer may ask.

  1. Offer Accepted

Once the viewings have started to take place, hopefully, someone will love the property enough to make you an offer. If you have chosen a good Estate Agent, this is where they can earn their fee % and obtain the best offer possible on your property. You will need to consider accepting or rejecting offers, which could be much lower than the asking price.

  1. Survey and Contract Exchange

When you accept an offer, your Estate Agents will prepare a memorandum of the sale agreement, this will confirm key terms of the agreement between yourself and your buyer, such as the agreed sale price. This memorandum is not a legally binding contract so both parties are free to walk away without any consequence until contract exchange.

At this stage, the buyer will often instruct a survey to be conducted on the property, if there are no issues with the survey your solicitor will issue the buyers solicitor a contract.

Please be aware that if any issues are highlighted with the survey this may cause a delay in the process and could result in the terms being re-negotiated.  Generally, these issues will always cost you money by paying for the issues to be rectified or lowering the sale price accordingly.

  1. Complete the Sale

When the contracts have been exchanged and have been reviewed and accepted by both parties’ solicitors you are then able to agree on a completion date.

It will be your responsibility to arrange for the property to be cleared and cleaned by this date, your solicitor will transfer the funds to your bank account on the day of completion at this point the estate agent will hand over the key to the new property owner and the property has been sold. This whole process from start to finish will usually take longer than six months.

In Conclusion

Many elements can affect the timeline it takes when selling a property. The majority of which can be both frustrating and disheartening, especially when dealing with the likes of a broken house chain. If you want the quickest method along with a guaranteed sale, try a reputable quick house sale company such as Sell My Home Now. We have a quick and easy property buying process and provide a free with no obligation quotation. You could obtain up to 85% of the market value and complete the sale in a matter of days.

Frequently asked questions

How long does it take from offer to completion?

This depends on the method chosen to sell a property, for example, if you choose an estate agent to sell your home the process could take up to six months or longer. Selling property via auction could take in the region of 6 to 12 weeks and a house buying company will generally purchase a property within 31 days.

Who decides the completion date?

The completion date is agreed upon by both parties before the exchange, commonly one or two weeks later. It is the date on which full payment is made to the seller, ownership transfers to the buyer and the new owner can move into the property.

What is the difference between the exchange of contracts and completion?

The difference between exchange and completion is that ‘exchange’ is an exchange of contracts, which makes the matter legally binding between the buyer and seller, whereas ‘completion’ is the date the parties physically move and transfer legal ownership of the property.

What is the quickest way to sell a house?

The quickest way to sell a property is to use a quick house sale company, if you’re in a hurry to sell the transaction could be completed in as quick as 7 days.

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