SERVICES WE OFFER
At Next2Move, we offer all the services you can expect from leading high street estate agencies. Whether you’re selling your house or letting it out, we’ll ensure you have every service you need to make the process as smooth and uncomplicated as possible.
Energy performance certificates (EPCs)
You will need an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) whenever your property is:
Before you market your property to potential tenants or buyers, you must order an EPC. EPCs contain information about:
The property’s energy use
Typical energy costs
Recommendations on how to reduce energy use and save money
An EPC will award your property an energy efficiency rating between A and G. It will then remain valid for 10 years. We charge a total of £85 for this service.
Professional photography for property details
In order to attract people to view your property, you will need professional photography that makes your home look the best it possibly can. With many potential buyers and tenants choosing properties based on photographs alone, we offer a package of twelve professional photographs to be used to advertise your property.
With 93% of potential buyers and tenants preferring property details to have a floor plan, we offer both standard and 3D options. With potential buyers and tenants being able to see the lay-out of your property, they will be able to find it easy to imagine themselves living there, helping you to entice them to make an offer.
The Property Ombudsman
We’re proud to be part of this redress scheme, informing our best codes of practice. You can rest assured that you’re working with a trusted estate agency that adheres to a number of moral and written codes of practice.
Protection and Mortgage Advice
We offer impartial and professional mortgage advice for potential buyers. In the strictest confidence, we will advise you on the best mortgage deals for your financial situation. We can talk you through various life cover options, to ensure your loved ones remain financially stable.
The Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS)
The Deposit Protection Scheme is designed to avoid and resolve disputes between tenants and landlords, relating to the use and return of a tenant’s deposit, quickly and efficiently. The Deposit Protection Scheme ensures that:
Tenants receive either all or a portion of their deposit back when they’re entitled to it.
Disputes over the return of the deposit are easier to resolve.
Tenants are actively encouraged to keep your property to a high standard.
When a tenant pays the deposit as part of an Assured Shorthold Tenancy, we protect it in the custodial government initiated custodial scheme.
The deposit will be held by the scheme for the duration of the agreement, repayable upon the end of the tenancy. After the deposit has been paid, the landlord has 14 days in which to provide details of how the deposit is protected, to the tenant, including:
The contact details of the chosen tenancy deposit scheme
The landlord’s details
How to apply for the deposit to be returned
The details concerning the purpose of the deposit
What to do if a dispute arises from returning the deposit