Selling your Property

Selling your property with Brockenhurst Estate Agents

Appealing to Buyers

Being the area’s largest independent Estate Agent means we naturally attract greater numbers of buyers through our strong recognisable brand around Wiltshire and Hampshire.

Network Of Offices

We have six offices in the local area giving the most comprehensive coverage available. Being part of the Relocation Agent Network means we are linked to around 500+ leading Estate Agency offices across the UK.

Internet & Social Media

Along with the website which you are currently viewing, we advertise on, and we advertise in a varied range of media platforms, including social networking sites; Twitter and Facebook.


We offer drone video footage, and hosted video walk-throughs, bringing our clients properties to life line never before.

Communication Is Key

With our property emails and SMS text messaging services, we send pictures and information to potential buyers, without delay. We also produce a monthly property newsletter which highlights local and national property updates including handy buying and selling tips.

Property Presentation

Our colour sales brochures are professionally produced and we take particular care in their detail and preparation. We can produce professional single and multi page brochures which leave our competitors standing. We were the first Company in our area to produce floor plans and have been doing so since 1999.

Expert Service & Advice

Our staff are trained and available to assist you at anytime, whether it is for simple directions or for a FREE, no obligation market appraisal.

Aftercare Updates

Success in achieving a buyer is retained right up to moving day by our sales progression team, who keep you posted as often as needed via telephone, email and text messaging.


Brockenhurst Estate Agents are members of Property Redress Scheme, This membership provides you with an assurance that you will receive the highest level of customer service.


I’ve found a property I love. What do I do now?

First of all, you need to receive a valuation to find out how much your home is worth. We recommend asking at least three different estate agents to value your home. Ask them about the services they offer, the current state of the local market, and the purchase price you can hope you achieve. Make and plan and how this sits with your priorities and timescales. For more help, view our tips for selling your home.

How long will it take to complete my sale?

Every sale is different. Both your position and the buyer’s position need to be taken into account before this question can be answered accurately. If your home has been realistically valued, you should expect to receive offers within the first four weeks. Then, assuming your buyer has to apply for their mortgage, the exchange of contracts normally takes between 4 and 6 weeks and then completion is between 2 and 4 weeks later. So, in total you should expect 12-14 weeks to complete the sale. Please note that in Scotland conclusion of missives normally takes between 6 and 8 weeks.

What is conveyancing?

‘Conveyancing’ is everything that needs to happen to legally transfer your home to the buyer. You will need a solicitor to make it happen. Your Move can introduce you to a solicitor. It’s a no sale no fee conveyancing service offered at a fixed price so you know where you stand.

Will my property be surveyed?

In England you do not need to arrange a survey, but it is likely that the buyer will, and so a surveyor will arrange an appointment to visit your home. The five key things a surveyor will be looking for are problems with utilities, damp, cracking, problems with roofs, and timber defects. In addition, your buyer’s mortgage lender will organise a mortgage valuation to confirm that the property is worth the money being lent.

In Scotland you must organise a Home Report for your property. A Home Report is a pack of three documents that give buyers a clear picture of the condition of the property for sale: the Single Survey which details the condition of the property; the Energy Report which gives the property an energy efficiency rating; and the Property Questionnaire which outlines other key information such as the property’s council tax band.

When do I sign the contract?

Once the sale has been agreed, your solicitor will draft a contract. The seller’s solicitor will confirm the details of the property and perform searches. At the same time, the buyer’s mortgage lender will conduct a mortgage valuation and send a mortgage offer to the buyer. When all of this is complete, you will be ready to sign the contract and agree the completion date.

How are a completion date chosen?

When both contracts have been signed, the buyer’s solicitor will request the mortgage from the buyer’s lender. Once these funds are released, then your solicitor and the buyer’s solicitor will consult both parties and agree a completion date.

Where are my title deeds?

Your title deeds give proof of ownership of the property and will need to be transferred to the buyer as part of the conveyancing process. These are usually held by your mortgage lender, and it will be your solicitor’s responsibility to obtain these.

What do I leave in the property?

You are not required to leave any furniture or furnishings in the property, but you may agree to include some as part of the negotiations of the sale.

When do I move out?

The contract will specify the completion day, and usually the buyer will be asked to collect the keys to their new home from the estate agent. In most cases the seller is asked to vacate the property by 12pm.

Your new home awaits.

Let’s Connect Over Coffee, or a Friendly Chat!

At Brockenhurst Estate Agents, we’re all about building relationships and having meaningful conversations. Whether you’re not quite ready to make a move, have questions about your local area, or simply want to learn more about the Brockenhurst experience, we’re here to listen and offer insights. Reach out to us anytime – we’re eager to chat!”

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