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Keep a fast house sale in mind as the rise in interest rate approaches Thu, 27 Feb 2014 17:03

When the Bank of England raises its interest rate, a large number of house owners will find themselves in arrears. The rate change is likely to come within the next few years as the recovery gathers pace. Should you find yourself in this position, you might face losing your property to repossession, or unable to meet the mortgage payments, and this is an excellent scenario to take a ‘sell your house fast’ approach.

 

As soon as you receive the letter from your bank, get in touch with us. We can even buy your house further down the repossession process, but the sooner you let us know, the more leeway that we will have. A quick sale will provide you with most of the house’s value, which the bank might not attain by auctioning off the property. However as an investment company, we can afford to take on your house, and for our business ends, sell it at the best time. This approach could wipe out your debt to the bank while leaving you money left over besides, or it could give you enough to remove a substantial part of your debt. That could let you avoid bankruptcy. You see when things turn serious, our ‘sell your house fast’ method is a good strategy.

 

In a normal house sale, you could be waiting for months or even years to get all parts of the chain to move together. Furthermore, our research confirms that one in three house sales fall through. With Dream House Buyer, there is no chain. We can fast track you through the ‘sell your house fast’ process, and we attend to the legal side of things quickly and we pay your legal fees on completion too. In fact we can make the whole process work in within a day if required. We will not charge you, and we can come to the rescue when you are under pressure.

 

Some analysts have suggested that the base rate rise will come before the general election, and it is likely to triggered by a rise in the cost of living. The Bank of England would need to prevent devaluation of the pound in order to protect long term saving, which is a key component of economic growth. So if you are near to the threshold for arrears, it may pay to have a plan ready. Many households fell into negative equity during the eighties crash, and there is no reason why this situation could not occur again.



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