Guide to selling a property
Before selling your property, you will need to understand its current market value. A market appraisal will provide a guide price for putting your property on the market.
Select an estate agent
Finding the right estate agent to sell your property is crucial. The right estate agent will be able to provide local knowledge and a walkthrough guide throughout the process.
Appoint a solicitor
A property solicitor, or conveyancer, undertakes the necessary specialised legal work required during the selling process. We recommend you appoint a solicitor at the point you place the property onto the market, as it will help speed up the process at the point the property goes under offer
First impressions count, making the presentation of your property crucial to a successful sale. Consider adding a fresh coat of paint where necessary and ensure all rooms are free from clutter to present a true reflection of the space on offer. This will also help when photographing the property,
As soon as a buyer makes an offer we will contact you to communicate full details, plus any conditions of sale. We will also be on hand to advise on the purchasers current buying status.
Offer accepted subject to contract
Once you accept an offer we will do the following:
- Prepare a memorandum of sale
- Confirm the agreed price with all parties
- Ask you to confirm your solicitor’s details
Your solicitor will send out a draft contract to the buyer’s solicitor who will then carry out preliminary enquiries. At this stage you will also be able to agree on dates for the survey on your property, and a proposed date for completion.
We will keep in regular contact with both parties throughout the process
Completion is when the residual monies are transferred from the buyer’s solicitor to your solicitor’s account.
Upon confirmation from your solicitor, we will release the keys and your property will then be sold.
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