Making the decision to move abroad is a bit step in anyone’s life. There is so much to think about, especially if you are taking your family with you. That is why considering all the options and making decisions that will get you where you want to be, when you want to be there is essential.
There are many reasons why people choose to leave the UK for good. The weather is often a factor, but perhaps you have chosen start a new life in another country for family reasons, to pursue new career opportunities, or just because you are ready for a change and you want to start afresh somewhere new.
Whatever is motivating you to make the move, there is a lot to consider before your dream can become a reality.
Getting financially prepared for the move
One of the first decisions you will need to make is whether you can actually afford to emigrate to your country of choice.
Typically, international moving costs often go above £10,000, but this does depend on a number of factors and you will need to take them all into account in order to make a realistic budget for your relocation.
The cost of shipping your goods is the biggest expense and costs are calculated based on the volume and weight of your goods. Moving insurance is also quite pricey, you can expect to pay anywhere between £100-£1000 if transporting high-value items. Customs Duty Charges and taxes will need to be budgeted for, as well as any storage requirements, visa costs and travel costs for you and your family.
You will be asked to provide proof of finances in order to obtain a visa and you may also need a financial declaration with proof of assets to show you are capable of supporting yourself and your family during the move.
Once you have done your calculations and are confident you can provide the evidence required to authorities who request it, then the next big decision will be what to do with your property.
Is it best to sell or rent your property?
If you can afford to emigrate without selling, and want the security of a property to return to, then renting may be a better option. However, on the downside, renting the property whilst you are away means you will need to hire a company to manage the property and tenants, and this could be expensive. You may also have higher tax to pay on the rental income.
If you don’t think you will want to return, then selling your home will give you a cash injection and will enable you to make a completely fresh start. However, selling your home on the open market is a notoriously slow, and often a stressful process. It can take weeks for a property to complete, and there is also the risk that your property chain could break, leaving you, and your plans, in a very vulnerable situation.
A cash sale could be the perfect solution
Getting a quick cash sale on your home is a guaranteed, convenient and stress-free solution. You won’t need to think about spending time and money re-decorating to make your property more appealing to potential buyers, or finishing off all those repair jobs that have been piling up. At Sell Your House Quickly Aldershot, we will buy your property in any condition.
You also won’t need to be inconvenienced with viewings and you won’t need to get involved in any lengthy, stressful, price negotiations. You won’t need to put money aside for legal costs as we will pay all legal fees associated with selling your property. You won’t need to instruct a solicitor as you won’t have any legal fees to pay.
Selling your house in Aldershot to us is a quick, easy, no fuss solution. You will have an offer in hours and the sale will be completed within days. A perfect solution when selling your home to move abroad.
To request an offer
Please get in touch with Mark Lloyd at Sell My House Quickly Aldershot if you have any questions, or you want to request a competitive cash offer to buy your property.
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