This process typically takes between four weeks to three months and there are several steps that need to be followed.

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    Step 1 – Book a FREE Valuation/Online Valuation with your chosen agent

    An experienced valuer will visit your property and discuss your requirements. The valuer will establish a comparable market price for your property taking into consideration the area, demand and condition of your property. They will advise you on the best way to achieve the highest possible sale price.

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    Step 2 - Select Right Agent for You

    Ensure the agents are always professional and friendly ensuring they are maximising every opportunity. Market presence and overall reputation is very important. Should you instruct us we will need KYC and AML information from you.

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    Step 3 – Instruct a Solicitor

    For a successful and smooth sale, you will need to instruct an experienced and reliable property solicitor or licensed conveyancer to handle all the legal work and transfer of ownership.

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    Step 4 – Marketing of your Property

    First impressions count and you will want to increase your chances of a successful sale by ensuring your property is presented in the best way possible. Maximum exposure on the property portals is key.

    The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) must be provided for the property before the property can be marketed which we can help to arrange.

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    Step 5 - Viewings

    Accompanied viewings mean that we can use our expertise to help sell your property, providing buyers with valuable and insightful knowledge.

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    Step 6 – Receiving and Accepting an Offer

    We will advise you of any offers which are placed on the property and based on your feedback either agree the sale price or negotiate further. On acceptance of the offer we will assess the buyer’s purchasing suitability and issue a Memorandum of Sale to your solicitor and the buyer’s solicitor.

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    Step 7 – Conveyancing

    Your solicitor will send out the draft contract to the buyer’s solicitor to prepare for the transfer of ownership. There will be arrangements made for dates to conduct surveys. Please be aware that there are no legal obligations until contracts are exchanged.

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    Step 8 – Exchange of Contracts

    An exchange of contracts will take place when the buyer’s solicitor is satisfied with the enquiries raised from the draft contract, local searches are completed, buyers’ mortgage offer has been received, if necessary.

    This is where you become legally committed to selling the property and the buyer is legally committed to buying the property from you. At this point neither party can withdraw from the sale without paying compensation.

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    Step 9 – Completion

    Completion is the final stage of the legal process and where purchase funds are settled, and the transfer of ownership takes place. The property belongs to the buyer at this stage.

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