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Some of the steps involved in the selling process

It is important that before starting the selling process, you understand your property current market value. A property valuation will provide a guide price for putting the property on the market.

Finding an experienced estate agent with local expertise in your area will help you to sell your property. The right estate agent will be able to provide useful advice throughout the selling process. They will be skilled in negotiating and will be able to market your property to the right audience.

A property solicitor, or conveyancer, undertakes the necessary specialised, legal work required during the property selling process. Appointing a property solicitor when your property goes on the market can significantly speed up the process and reduce some of the stress.

When selling a property there are a number of documents that will need to be in order. Speak to a member of our team for more information.

Your estate agent will be able to advise you on the number of different ways that you can find potential buyers for your home. They can also advise you on the approach that is most suitable for your property. Having a strong marketing strategy is key to ensuring your home is seen by the right audience.

Preparing your property for sale can take some time, so it is best that you begin the moment you decide it is time to sell. It is also advisable to finish any outstanding DIY tasks you may have, and consider redecorating and touching up any chipped paintwork.

Once an offer has been made, your estate agent will carry out necessary checks on the buyer and then inform you both verbally and in writing of the details. Whether or not you accept an offer is your decision, but your estate agent will be able to give you guidance on whether they feel there is an opportunity to negotiate.

When a prospective buyer is ready to make an offer, they will contact your estate agent. Each offer is considered based on the amount offered and the buyer’s position.

There are numerous steps you can take to help the sales process move along seamlessly and without delay.

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