The advance gives you certainty
The advance is the amount you can access before your home sells. This is typically 90-95% of what we expect your home to sell for. You can use it to fund your next purchase immediately or as a safety net in case any future offers fall through.
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How does Nested determine the advance?
If you've been listed at our recommended price for 30 days we can offer you an advance. If you decided to list above our recommended price, we'll need to wait until we gain sufficient data about your property performance in order to offer you an advance.
The advance amount we'll offer is a fair reflection of what we expect the property to sell for, and we take the risk if it sells for less than this amount.
The performance data includes both interest and enquiries for your property versus a market benchmark. Our agency team will share all this with you so you have complete visibility into the sale.
When can I use the advance?
As soon as you've accepted Nested's advance offer, you become chain-free and are able to offer on your dream home. If your buyer has just fallen-through and you're at risk of losing your new home, you can re-establish your offer and continue with the purchase. You no longer have to wait for us to sell your home.
The later you withdraw the advance, the less you'll pay in fees.
4-in-10 of our customers never withdraw the advance and pay just 2% in fees.
Why do I want to be chain-free?
Negotiate as a chain-free buyer and save money on your next purchase. Homeowners expect to save an average of 4% on their new home purchase by not being in a property chain. This more than covers our fees, and can be an even bigger saving if you're upsizing.
On a £500,000 property, you could save £20,000 off the purchase price
Frequently Asked Questions
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