Looking to sell?

We're working with hundreds of buyers looking for a new property in the Attleborough area right now. What's more, we attract thousands of unique property prospects to our websites every single month and pride ourselves on being able to deliver a well-qualified buyer for your property, as fast as we can.

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Expertise and market knowledge
We are Attleborough's longest established firm of estate a agents set up in 1979 and we encourage our negotiators to become National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) qualified. Our director Tony Beales has over 30 years’ experience in the industry, making him and the rest our team, experts at selling property in Attleborough & The Surrounding Area.

Extensive database of buyers
We have a large pool of buyers looking for a property just like yours. This demand ultimately pushes up the price of your property.

Viewings & Viewing Feedback
All viewings are arranged by prior appointment and can be carried out on request by a member of our trained sales team, once a viewing has completed it is then followed up within 24hours by the member of the sales team who organised the appointment and we run through a short questionaire identifying the viewers thoughts and reactions, even if they're not interested in buying their thoughts and opinions are important and we relay this information back to you at the earliest opportunity. All viewing feedback along with marketing feedback is provided when we carry out our regular marketing updates.      

Marketing strategies 
We have an experienced in-house marketing team to make your property look the best it can to a prospective buyer. Research shows that 83% of people in the UK begin their search for property online. We invest heavily in online marketing and employ a programme that consistently delivers 70,000 visitors to our websites every single month.

Lifestyle search
At Millbank Estate Agents it has always been important for us to match the right buyer to the right property as this ensures a higher success rate in completion. We have extended this concept to our websites with our new search functionality.

Financial services
We can provide access to Cavell Rose who are Millbank Estate Agents preferred financial services provider

Some tips from the experts Instant smell! Instant sell!

Everyone knows that trick. Brew up a pot of real coffee just before the door bell rings and make sure the aroma of freshly ground coffee beans wafts through the hall and smacks likely buyers in the face — just as they walk through the door. That’s one, but probably not the best one. Consider these: -

A freshly painted front door is a good place to start. You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression.

A confident buyer sweeps into a room. An unconvinced buyer has had to sweep through litter, pizza menus, junk mail and last year’s autumn leaves in the hall just to get in. Keep things tidy!

In winter, have lights on during the day time. They can add enchantment... or disenchantment, if light bulbs are missing.

Now there’s a big difference between getting a feel of a place and having to feel your way around, which is why lighting in a room is important.

In summer, natural light can liven a place up and give a feeling of freshness and cleanliness. So, draw back those curtains and open those windows.

If you don’t have curtains and it’s still dark, check your windows; they may be in of a good clean - there’s always a first time! Air in, damp smells out; make use of ‘plug-ins’ or scented candles.

In vacant properties, always leave some furniture behind to give the place a lived-in feeling. If a buyer sits down in a property, it's likely they feel at home, possibly even thinking of putting in an offer. For this reason, make sure there’s space round sofas and armchairs so viewers don’t have to step over coffee tables and magazines to get to them.

Peeling paint on a window, or a garden gate hanging off its hinges suggests that work needs to be done on the property. This could be used to re-negotiate the price, so make sure everthing is in order. If you have a garden, check outside the house is as neat and tidy as the inside.

In winter, if you have a fireplace, have a fire blazing. Hearths can move hearts.

To a nervous first-time buyer, a damp stain caused by a minor past leakage suggests an impending flood; get it fixed and painted over.