We are here to help you find and purchase your next property. On hand to deliver the right advice when you need it.
On hand to deliver the right advice when you need it.
Put simply, until you become a proceedable buyer the chances of successfully buying your next property are slim. What is more, until you are in a purchasing position, homeowners will not take their house off the market for you even if the sum you are offering is acceptable.
So, if you have a property to sell ensure it is on the market before you start looking and before anything else we also advise you speak to a mortgage adviser to find out how much you can afford to spend on your next
Now that you are ready to buy you can start your search for a new home. We recommend that you start by signing up to instant property alerts on Rightmove.
Once you have signed up you will be alerted by email as soon as a new house matching your criteria goes live meaning you are the
first to see.
We have also created a “Exclusive Buyers” Facebook group so that the audience get to view and make offers on properties before they go live on the open market.
The more properties you view, the more you learn about what is important to you as a buyer. View
as many properties as possible and try to view on a Saturday and Sunday to get a better feel for the local community.
Do not be rushed by the estate agent and make sure you ask as many questions as possible so that you are fully informed when deciding to make an offer or not.
You have found a new home and now you are ready to make an offer. Make sure you provide all the relevant information to make your offer as appealing as possible.
If you see anything at the property you would like or perhaps expect to be included within the purchase, make sure you state this as part of your offer. Do not be put off if your first offer is declined – buying a property is all about negotiation.
Once your offer is accepted, you will need to instruct a legal representative to deal with the
appropriate legal check and complete the paperwork.
They will identify any title or planning issues, advise you on which searches have been carried out and do the legal work of transferring ownership from the seller to you.
We have seen too many buyers lose their purchase because of avoidable delays in the legal process so ensure you choose a solicitor highly recommended.
Once the buyers and seller’s solicitors have completed all the relevant paperwork, all enquiries have been answered and everyone is in agreement, the exchange of contracts can go ahead.
The buyer and seller then sign the documents to confirm the sale and set a completion date set by mutual agreement.
Found a property you love, then let’s make an offer and see if we can get it tied up for you.