I.wouldn't choose William h brown if I were to sell again,first day house was put on market we recieved a very good offer on the house,I wanted to accept the offer as it was the realistic market price, but i wasnt informed until after it was turned down,which is wrong because I should have been consulted, William brown didn't want to accept as they said it was worth more,.The photos that were taken were photoshopped,there were things that could have been moved before taking the photos that they could clearly see not what you call furniture, ' a green camping table with some rubbish on.. After roughly 12 weeks on market,poor communication,doing viewings myself because there wasn't enough staff,ringing up because it wasn't listed on internet for 2 weeks due to it being removed because no energy performance certificate done,and they had no idea or unaware it wasn't listed,a sold sign still up over a week but the sale had fallen through,a viewing appointment I went up to do and waited an hour and half for had been cancelled but nobody thought to let me know.
Just over 12 weeks later an offer on the house was made which we accepted ( nothing said about it being worth more now ) the offer we accepted was lower than the offer the day after it was put on market,which William brown said was too low....
So we could have sold it the following day it went on market for more than we accepted around 12 weeks later..
Overall, I thought the communication was poor, not very helpful,didn't seem to be interested,like they couldn't be bothered,didn't find them approachable or helpful.
I suppose its different for everyone but me personally,I wouldn't use them again.
25 days ago