Why Buy with Jones Robinson

Buying a home is an emotional investment as well as a financial one and Jones Robinson realises the property journey can have its ups and downs.

We are committed to helping you find your perfect home, with houses for sale in the Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire area and pride ourselves on guiding every buyer through the process, with a one-to-one level of service.

Sales Progressors 

When buying a property through Jones Robinson Estate Agents you’ll get a dedicated sales progressor whose sole responsibility it is to keep your purchase on track. 90% of our property sales are successful – a remarkable figure when you consider that almost a third of home sales in the UK fall through!

Accompanied Viewings

Not everyone feels comfortable on their own and sometimes a professional companion can help you appraise a property objectively.

Local Reputation

Jones Robinson is a trusted name not only in Newbury, but in West Berkshire and North Hampshire, so many sellers instruct us to sell their home. As a buyer we can present you with the very best portfolio of homes for sale in Newbury and the surrounding areas.

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Our Virtual Auction Strategy and Competitive Offers

We hope that the following brief explanation of the process will help you but please feel free to contact us at Jones Robinson for a more detailed breakdown.

When a property is marketed using the Virtual Auction Strategy or is particularly desirable this usually results in the property receiving considerable interest and several competing offers.

The Virtual Auction process involves a period of marketing which gives everyone a chance to view the property without fear of it going ‘under offer’ before everyone has been given a chance to see it. Generally, offers can be made during this period but they are usually not considered or accepted until everyone who is interested has viewed the property.

Once the initial marketing period is complete, the vendors will consider the interest which has been shown and, if there are a number of offers on the table, a best and final offer date will be announced and potential buyers will be invited to make their ‘best offer’.

The best and final offer date is when every interested buyer is invited to put forward their best offer and provide details of their financial position and their ability to proceed. They may be first time buyers or have a property to sell and, if sold, may be involved in a chain. All these details are important and useful to the vendor when reaching their decision. A best and final offer is put forward in writing to the agent by letter or email without the knowledge of the level of other competing offers and is subject to contract and survey.

Once the vendor has made a decision as to which offer they would like to accept the property is removed from the market in favour of the successful bidder. This decision process may take several days and we will do all we can to inform all interested parties as soon as we are able to do so of the vendor’s decision.

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What Our Customers Say About Us…

A 5 Star Review by ‘Nina RHD’

I cannot believe how wonderful it was to deal with Joanne at the Lambourn office. My sale and purchase were not simple and had very costly timescales around them and so getting the right buyer was crucial. And we were delighted that a buyer was found who could work to our timeline and with minimal disruption. Through the whole process Joanne was on hand to deal with viewings, queries and panic moments calmly and efficiently which was a great relief on our side knowing all was in hand. I would certainly recommend dealing with Joanne and Jones Robinson to anyone locally looking for help selling their homes. They become part of your team all working towards a satisfactory goal. Thank you.

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