What do I do on the final day?

Posted on Jun 20 2018 | by Elaine Kerr, Director of Property

On settlement day, your solicitor will arrange for money to be transferred from the buyer’s solicitor. Ideally, all the buyers and sellers in the chain complete on the same day, so if you are about to move into a new property, your sale must be completed before you can transfer funds to your next home.

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Protecting your new home – why a Will is important

Posted on Jun 06 2018 | by Amanda Frenz, Partner

If you don’t leave a Will, the law will determine who inherits your estate. That may not be the people you want to benefit. You can’t assume for example that your spouse will receive everything.

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Getting the keys to your new home – what’s next?

Posted on May 09 2018 | by Amanda Frenz, Partner

Once you have the keys to the property, the process is almost complete. There are just a few checks that it’s important to do and then you can enjoy your new home!

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How should I get my property ready for handover?

Posted on Apr 25 2018 | by Kevin McGillivray, Valuation Manager

We want your countdown to moving day to be exciting, not stressful. We will keep you informed about the progress of your transaction and aim to progress your move as quickly as possible. We are available to answer any queries you may have at any point in the process.

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Completing your house purchase – what to expect from whom and when

Posted on Apr 11 2018 | by Amanda Frenz, Partner

You will need to organise buildings insurance prior to the date of entry. You will be asked by your solicitor to sign paperwork close to the date of settlement and you will be asked to transfer your deposit/fees and outlays to their Firm’s client account.

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What does ‘Offers Over’ mean and how much more will I need to offer? How does making an Offer work?

Posted on Mar 07 2018 | by Amanda Frenz, Partner

Offers over is an indication that the sellers hope to receive an offer over the asking price. That isn’t necessarily always the case, it depends on the market conditions, how long a property has been on for, whether there is any competition etc. Come and speak to us and we will try to secure the property for you for the best possible price.

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What is a Note of Interest and does it mean that someone will buy my property?

Posted on Feb 21 2018 | by Elaine Kerr, Director of Property

A Note of Interest is an expression from a viewer that they are interested in your property and would like to be kept up to date with matters, for example if a closing date is set.

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What is a Note of Interest and how does that work?

Posted on Feb 07 2018 | by Amanda Frenz, Partner

If you are interested in a property you can try to make an informal note of interest yourself, which most agents will accept. Some agents ask you to note interest through your solicitor.

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How long will it take to sell my property, and what if it doesn’t sell?

Posted on Jan 17 2018 | by Kevin McGillivray, Valuation Manager

We can’t always predict how long it will take to sell a property, but we can provide our best ‘guesstimate’ based on our expert knowledge of the market conditions at the time.

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What is an EPC rating, what is a Home Report and why do they matter?

Posted on Jan 03 2018 | by Elaine Kerr, Director of Property

There is a legal requirement for all new properties to be marketed with a Home Report. A Home Report is a pack containing three documents, a Property Questionnaire, a Single Survey and an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

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