01:09PM, Tuesday 08 December 2020
Buckinghamshire based Open Property Group are a professional house buying company and we can make instant cash offers for any type of property - vacant, owner occupied or rented on any terms!
By selling your property to Open Property Group, not only will you achieve a quick cash sale, without delay, you won’t pay any estate agent or solicitor fees.
We have fine-tuned our property buying service to take the headache out of selling your property.
Simply get in touch, we’ll make you an immediate cash offer – then just tell us how quickly you’d like to move and we’ll take care of the rest.
We buy all types of properties
At Open Property Group, we buy any type of property, regardless of the condition, including:
How it works
Selling your property to Open Property Group is simple and straightforward:
1. Get in touch via our website at www.openpropertygroup.com and enter your details to request an instant offer. Alternatively, call us on 0208 787 5860 and speak to one of our friendly team.
2. We’ll make you a cash offer – which you can take or leave, no pressure.
3. You choose a moving date which suits you and we'll take care of the rest.
What our customers say about us
“I had a brilliant experience with open property and would happily cross paths with them again in the future. Lovely people who go out their way to help you in any way they can.”
“Excellent speedy stress-free experience. Excellent service Jason was a pleasure to deal with. Fast and efficient.”
“The entire process was user friendly, professional and carried out quickly. Jason was in regular communication with us and he personally guided us on the sale right through to completion.”
An anonymous happy customer
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Get in touch
For an immediate, confidential and no obligation cash offer for your property, visit our website https://www.openpropertygroup.com/sloughexpress or call us on 0208 787 5860
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