There are many positive factors about owning your own home, but when your life changes for whatever reason and you need to sell your home to move elsewhere, being a property owner can feel somewhat burdensome.
The process of selling a home can be a very unsettling time and particularly at the present time of Covid-19.
However, even if your property is not yet listed for sale, there is a lot that you can be doing in the meantime to ensure you are well-prepared to launch your property onto the open market.
Why do I need to instruct a Conveyancer?
Choosing the right conveyancer is an important part of the sale process. It is a conveyancer’s job to offer honest and reliable guidance on your journey through the legal formalities of the sale transaction in an efficient and professional manner and to address any legal technicalities and identify potential pitfalls or issues and find an appropriate solution to avoid delays.
What are the advantages of instructing a Conveyancer at the outset?
It is hugely advantageous to instruct a conveyancer as soon as you have decided to sell your Property. Advance preparation is key to keeping your buyer keen once an offer has been made and accepted. Phoning around to obtain conveyancing quotes, instructing a conveyancer, addressing all relevant anti-money laundering requirements, collating all documents and information about your property and deciding on the items to be included/excluded from the sale, can be a time consuming process that can take two to three weeks to complete.
If these tasks are completed in advance, you will have the comfort and reassurance that your Conveyancer can issue the contract to your buyer’s solicitor as soon as a sale has been agreed.
What are the advantages of instructing Wolferstans’ Conveyancing Team?
Our Residential Conveyancing Team is accredited to the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). Our emphasis is on client care and our philosophy is to ensure that we adopt flexible working practices to meet the individual needs of each of our clients. We ensure that each of our clients have one-to-one interaction throughout the course of the transaction. Don’t just take our word for it, you can read client reviews of our conveyancing service here.
Our promise to you
If you instruct us before 31 October 2020 and you subsequently decide to withdraw from your sale before the contract has been issued to your buyer, we shall waive our fees for undertaking the preparatory work mentioned above. Therefore if your circumstances should change and you cannot proceed with your sale, you will not be out of pocket. The only costs you will be liable for will be third party disbursements which will be discussed with you in advance.
For more information
Please call our New Client Team on 01752 663295 or alternatively email NewClientCoordinators@wolferstans.com