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Brits rank the biggest grumbling when moving house

HOMEOWNERS’ biggest complaints when moving house include having to wait for WiFi to be installed, waiting for the day to move in – and dealing with bad weather.

A study of 2,000 adults who had undergone the arduous task of moving found that 60% felt the experience was ‘stressful’, while 40% felt frustrated as many aspects were beyond their control. surname.

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Among the top 20 scarabs have had to deal with real estate agents and touts and have been unable to stuff stuff into the new property.

Three out of 10 others even have nightmares about cleaning after previous owners.

It also found that nearly half experienced unexpected expenses when they moved, and of these, almost a quarter were surprised by real estate agent fees.

Homeowners have shelled out an estimated £2,800 on estate agent fees – with more than one in ten claiming they spent less to actually furnish their new home.

Sam Mitchell, CEO of free estate agent Strike, who commissioned the research to mark the nationwide launch of his moving hub platform, said: “Moving can be possible. is an expensive and stressful process, and unfortunately too many sellers feel ripped off.

“They will be able to put their hard earned money into their new home, instead of wasting them with high fees.

“Being able to remove real estate agent fees from the process empowers clients to put their money into the things that really matter – and we’re here for any sales person who wants a great experience. Not stress helps them stay in control. ”

Homeowners also face an average additional cost of £2,322 that they have not yet budgeted for when moving.

And nearly four in ten (38%) feel these fees are unreasonable, with a third happy to cut the real estate agent out of the process entirely if possible.

In fact, real estate agent fees rank high on the list of biggest payoffs in a lifetime – just behind hospital parking and movie theater snacks.

76% would prefer to spend this cash on upgrading their property instead – with a new kitchen a homeowner’s dream if they can free up this money.

TOP 20 MOVEMENT SKINKS

1. Scammers don’t come back to you

2. Allocation fee

3. Delay on the part of the seller

4. Having to deal with lawyers

5. Waiting for the date to move in

6. Organize services eg electricity, subscription, etc.

7. Unwanted Charges

8. Rain on moving day

9. Have to wait for Wi-Fi to be installed

10. The new house is dirty

11. Must deal with estate agents

12. You have to pay to pack the box

13. Noisy New Neighbors

14. Post must be redirected

15. Can’t load things through the front door

16. Last-minute changes to moving dates

17. Negotiate with the seller

18. Find hidden holes/scratches as you view the place

19. Classify all relevant new insurances

20. Must clean your old house

While 6/10 (58%) are annoyed with real estate agent fees because they don’t know what they cover.

The study also found that people who sold a property in the past five years visited six properties before ending up in their current home.

Sam Mitchell, from Beatadded: “Moving into a new property should be a milestone – but it seems too many people have had a negative experience, with wasted fees often a cause of stress and unhappiness. .

“Our migration hub removes all the usual stress that comes with buying and selling a home and ensures a more efficient and effective experience for all parties involved.”

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17653926/brits-rank-moving-house-waiting/ Brits rank the biggest grumbling when moving house

Bobby Allyn

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