Vesta is different, once a Seller accepts your offer, then to reserve the property and ensure you are a serious buyer, you will need to provide a reservation fee of £1,500 per unit.
When a Seller accepts your offer, we ask that you will pay a reservation fee of £1,500 per unit.
This fee is fully refundable should the sale not go through.
The fee will be transferred to the Sellers solicitor once you have exchanged and is deducted from the final purchase price.
This simple mechanism provides security to both parties who now have the space to finalise the details.
Below is a list of the frequently asked questions by our buyers
Why do buyers need to pay a reservation fee?
In the UK, a third of residential property transactions fall through.
The Reservation Fee of £1,500 is a reservation deposit and is fully refundable should the sale not exchange and will be offset against the deposit on exchange or the final purchase price at completion.
This simple mechanism provides confidence and security to both Seller and Buyer and increases the likelihood of the deal completing.
Is it refundable?
Yes. The Reservation Fee is fully refundable should the sale not exchange. Otherwise, it will be offset against the deposit on exchange or the final purchase price at completion.
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