When it comes to selling a property, there are a range of options available to homeowners. While most vendors choose to sell by private treaty or auction, it’s also possible to sell a property off-market.
Off-market normally just means that the property is sold without it ever being listed. This can be with the help of an agent, or privately. .
While an off-market sale might be an appealing prospect for some vendors, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of all potential approaches
Pros of selling off-market
Cons of selling off-market
Be sure to seek professional advice from a mortgage broker so you know
what you're signing and what the implications are.