Fast House Sales Expert Secureasale Launches Newly Revamped Website to Help Clients Beat the Credit Crunch
London-based fast house sales expert SecureASale has recently overhauled its website www.secureasale.co.uk to help struggling home owners get on top of their finances in these turbulent times.
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September 17, 2008 (FPRC) -- SecureASale, a premier London cash homebuyer service in London has this week relaunched its website, www.secureasale.co.uk. The online refurbishment comes at the perfect time for many home owners, desperately looking for fast house sales to release home equity as the credit crisis looks set to continue for the next year.
Run by property experts, Tim Jackson and Eli Robinson, SecureASale offers home owners up to 90% of the value of their property in cash and can, in many cases, exchange contracts within a week of the initial home viewing!
As many families are looking at ways to tighten their belts, SecureASaleís cash home-buying service can ensure that those that need to move for any reason (whether it be a new job elsewhere, a divorce or repossession and money worries) are able to quickly and easily thanks to their fast house sales policy.
Because SecureASale always buy directly from the owner, clients do not have to worry about estate agent fees either, so 100% of the sale price goes to the seller. SecureASale even guarantees to pay all solicitorsí costs.
This week, leading estate agent publication, The Negotiator, heralded Jackson and Robinson as, 'not a pair to dismiss' and 'a bad estate agentís worst nightmare!'
Through its fast house sales service, SecureASale hopes to reinvigorate the stagnating London property market by offering Londoners fair cash prices for their homes.
Visit the brand new website for further details of this exceptional service to sell your house fast at www.secureasale.co.uk.
Send an email to Tim Jackson of SecureASale
020 7117 6001
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