Firstly we would advise you to arrange your finances and, if required, arrange a mortgage agreed in principle prior to starting your property search. This will enable you to set your budget correctly.
We can put you in touch with a local mortgage advisor if required.
We would advise that firstly you register with us for property updates by either calling us on 02476 652 200 or visiting our office and we will input your search requirements into our online database and you will be automatically updated on suitable properties. You can also register by clicking here.
After discussing your requirements, we will keep you up to date via email/post or by phone with new properties onto the market that match your criteria.
We offer a dedicated and unrivalled service 6 days a week. Our office is open 9.00am – 5.30pm Monday to Thursday, 9.00am – 5pm Friday, 9.30am – 1.30pm Saturdays.
We highly recommend an early viewing appointment in order to secure a property. We will accompany you to your viewing appointments ensuring we are on hand to answer any questions immediately and advise where needed.
Choosing an efficient reliable solicitor can be key to the success of purchasing a property. We are happy to recommended tried and tested local solicitors.
Once you have informed us of your offer we will put it forward to the seller verbally. We will also state whether there are any special conditions to your offer. It may be requested that you prove you are in a position to proceed. For example by providing proof of cash funds or evidence of your mortgage agreed in principle.
Until the contracts are signed there are no legal obligations.
Once your offer is accepted we will write to all parties to confirm the agreed price and possible conditions of offer. We will ask you to confirm your solicitor’s and mortgage broker’s details so we can prepare a memorandum of sale.
Next you will need to instruct your solicitor and ask your mortgage broker to proceed with your application.
Your solicitor will deal with the conveyancing process and we will help assist. We will keep you up to date along the way.
Once your solicitor receives the Contract Pack from the Sellers’ Solicitors they will apply for searches and ask the sellers’ solicitors questions about the property.
When your solicitor receives answers back from the seller’s solicitor they will be sent to you along with reports from the search results
A surveyor will conduct a survey of the property on behalf of the mortgage lender. They will advise on the properties value and notify if there are any structural problems.
A mortgage offer will be sent to you to sign once the mortgage valuation report is received.
Exchange of contracts will take place once:
By mutual agreement the completion date is set. Contracts are exchanged and Completion is fixed. Your solicitor sends the deposit to the Sellers’ Solicitors. You will receive a completion statement and bill from your solicitors. You make arrangements to move in and obtain keys from the Agents.
Completion occurs when the residual monies (generally 90%) are transferred to the seller’s solicitor from your solicitor.
Once the money is cleared funds in the seller’s account we well release keys to you.
"I have used several local established estate and letting agents over a considerable number of years. They generally fall into two categories in my experience. One type will tell you ever thing they feel you want to hear re price and how busy they are with queues of buyers at their door. Once you're signed up and stuck with them for 16 weeks or more you notice the silence and then the blarney comes into play... The other type which are extremely rare will tell you they will do their best and make no false promises and if you are really lucky will be flexible, reasonable and most important will appreciate that both selling AND buying are major events to most people and not the same as buying a bag of sweets... Mrs Perry and subsequently Mr Headley have both been polite, and most important very understanding of any concerns I have had re my sale while remaining as professional as one would wish others were and could be if they showed a little more insight."