It's simple to submit an offer through The Move Market.
Buyers need to verify their identity before we let them submit an offer - this is to stop timewasters putting in offers they have no intention of following through with purchasing your property.
Immediate notifications mean you know as soon as you've got an offer or a new question
No more missed phone calls and random interuptions throughout your day.
Deal with questions and offers when it suits you - after answering a question we let all other buyers see it so you don't have to constantly repeat yourself.
Easily reject unsuitable offers - so the buyer knows they need to improve their price
We make it simple for you to reject any unsuitable offers as they come in.
This lets the buyer know that if they want to secure your property they need to improve their offer.
Maintain contact with all buyers even if you need to switch estate agents
Unfortunately, sometimes owners are forced to change agents - if you've only accepted offers on The Move Market, when you change agent you won't lose contact with any of the buyers introduced through your first agent.
Set your final offer deadline so all buyers can see the latest date that they need to submit their offer by.
Final offer deadline reminders let all buyers know they need to work to a set date - you can always change the end date - it's not set in stone but it does help give some urgency to your sale.
Accepting an offer
You can accept an offer at any point through out the sale process.
After you accept an offer, we'll notify the buyer and send them your contact details - you'll also be shown their contact details.
We recomend you contact them as soon as possible - they'll probably want to carry out a survey. Ideally they'll complete this within two weeks to keep the sale progressing smoothly.
After accepting an offer - you will have sold your property, subject to contract.
Once you accept an offer on The Move Market, your property is sold, subject to contract*.
This means the buyer (or you) could still pull out of the sale - one of the more common reasons this can happen is if the survey uncovers any unknown issues, but hopefully with you answering the buyers questions in detail this won't arise.
Now's the time to instruct a solicitor (if you haven't already).
In England and Wales, offers don't become binding in law until the exchange of contracts. This typically happens after a survey has been completed and your solicitor is happy with all the sale details.