What Is the National Association of Property Buyers?
The National Association of Property Buyers is a group of professionals that are committed to providing the highest possible standards in the property buying sector.
The group formed in 2013 and they have worked closely with The Property Ombudsman to form a new and improved Code of Practice to create a set of guidelines that will raise property buying standards in the industry.
What Does the National Association of Property Buyers Do?
The National Association of Property Buyers (NAPB) helps property sellers decide whether selling to a professional cash buyer is the right option for their circumstances. They give information and advice regarding the sale and also talk about benefits and potential disadvantages.
NAPB membership is voluntary and only open to companies that buy property directly themselves. This ensures that property owners and sellers are a hundred per cent sure about who they are selling to.
Does Selling to a Member of the NAPB Protect You?
The NAPB requires its members to sign up to The Property Ombudsman Code of Practice. This ensures that all companies follow the highest possible standards for property buyers, and in the unlikely event that something goes wrong, will financially compensate via the Ombudsman redress scheme.
A list of member firms of the NAPB can be found on the official website. Members will display the NAPB logo on their website to ensure you know that they’re a part of the group.