Sarah Beeny meets the pioneering homeowners ditching traditional estate agents as they try to sell their homes online.
In East Sussex, Terri Measures can no longer afford the upkeep of her listed country cottage and must sell after her recent divorce. In Nottingham, Sarah meets the Watsons, who bought their four bed semi in a bidding war five years ago, and now facing selling at a loss. Both families are desperate to sell and need every penny they can get. After all the racing home from the school run to show potential buyers round their beloved home, were they right to turn their backs on the high street professionals and sell online?
Sarah meets Alex and Charlotte in In Morley, near Leeds, who need to sell or risk going bankrupt. In Cheltenham, Judith is putting her Victorian villa for sale online.
Sarah meets Mark and Lucy in Gidea Park, Essex, who need to sell their Edwardian home. And in Thames Ditton, Mark needs help selling his flat so he can move to the south coast.
In Essex, Mark and Tracey want to sell their mansion and save £21,600 too. In Solihull, Ceris and Steve hope seven years re-modelling their 60s home is about to pay off.
In Flintshire, north Wales, web designers Sian and Rob Saunders hope their marketing skills will help sell their house. In north London, Nana Ampaw seeks a buyer for her ex-council maisonette.