Guide to Selling your House in Manchester - Bentley Hurst

Guide to Selling your House in Manchester

Our experienced, friendly sales team will help guide you through the selling process, delivering a premium, bespoke service with locally tailored information.

What do I do first?

Choosing the right agent is the first step and is absolutely crucial. Here at Bentley Hurst, we offer a range of options to help you achieve your ideal sales price in your desired time frame. Book a valuation by calling us on 0161 543 0310, clicking ‘here’ or come in an see us and one of our friendly experts will come out and discuss your best route to market.

Putting your property up for sale

Once you have instructed Bentley Hurst, we will begin to market your property. Providing 3D professional photography, virtual walkthroughs, premium listings, social media boosting, and a floorplan. Your property will be marketed on the Bentley Hurst website, main website portals including Rightmove and Zoopla, ensuring maximum exposure.


Showcasing your property at its best will help you find the right buyer at the right price. Take a moment to look round your home through the eyes of a prospective buyer, remember first impressions count! We’re available to accompany buyers on viewings if required.


All offers will be fully qualified by us before being put forward to you as the seller. We will advise and help you make an informed decision on which offer you would like to go ahead with. If you accept an offer, we will send out all the paperwork to your conveyancer and start to progress the sale forward.

Progressing your sale to completion

We have a fantastic sales progression team at Bentley Hurst, ensuring that you are receiving frequent communication and expert advice whilst the legal process is underway. We’re here to hold your hand every step of the way. Bentley Hurst works with a panel of carefully selected property lawyers, solicitors and conveyancing firms. Benefitting from a no move, no legal fee guarantee (excluding disbursements) Ensuring you can move forward with the sale of your home.

Exchange of contracts

The legal exchange of contracts is ready to happen when the buyer’s conveyancer has provided your conveyancer with signed contracts, deposit money and mortgage offer.


A completion date when the sale of your property will legally complete will be agreed between you and your conveyancer. The completion date can be the same day as the exchange date or a different suitable date for both the buyer and the seller.