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Officially regarded as one of life’s most stressful events, moving home is not for the faint hearted. Complicated legal processes can take months, leaving you in a tense, house-purchase limbo. Buyers change their minds, lenders back out or chains break down – and none of it is in your control.

So what happens when something else in life doesn’t go to plan? At a difficult time, suddenly the thought of renovations, constant viewings, fees and estate agents can seem too much to handle.

Sell your home quickly when coping with bereavement

Dealing with the death of a loved one is a hard time for us all. When coping with loss, selling a house is the last thing you want to be worrying about. Inheriting property can cause even more issues, from splitting legal fees to inheritance tax – not to mention the time and expense of preparing a home for sale (particularly if it’s far away).

sell your house fast for cash can also help cover funeral expenses or subsidise care costs. And because cash buyers can complete a sale in as little as seven days, it’s a cash injection – and peace of mind – when you need it the most.

Broken down relationships need speedy sales

Sometimes you just need to get out fast. Whether you’re going through a divorce or have recently separated, the home you once shared with a loved one can quickly become a painful reminder of happier times or a financial burden you can’t bear alone.

Ease financial difficulties with a cash sale

It’s been a tough few years since the financial crash, with wages stagnating but the cost of living continuing to rise. Many people have felt the squeeze, and if you’re facing larger financial problems such as the looming risk of repossession, it can be a scary and overwhelming time.

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