Acting for you in respect of your freehold residential sale:
As part of this service we will:
you with a dedicated and experienced team to work on your matter
your initial instructions and give you initial advice
title documents from the Land Registry and prepare contact pack once you
have completed the initial property information forms for the particular
freehold residential sale.
your contract for sale and issue to the buyer’s solicitors
your instructions on any enquiries raised by your Buyer’s solicitors.
you the final contract and arrange for you to sign in readiness for
completion date (date from when you will no longer own the property and
will have had to vacated the premises)
Contracts and notify you that this has happened.
Transfer from the Buyer’s solicitors and send to you for signature and
your Estate Agents Commission Account for settlement on completion.
your transaction and send you the proceeds of sale once all fees and
balances due have been paid.
executed transfer to the Buyer’s solicitors.
note this fee is based on all documents, communications being sent to
In relation to leasehold property sale we will also:
a copy of your Lease from the Land Registry for you.
the Landlord/ Managing Agent for replies to Standard Leasehold Enquiries
and raise any specific enquiries raised by your Buyer’s solicitors to
the Landlord or their agents.
you of any additional costs required pursuant to the Lease in respect of
landlord/ managing agents/ Management Company involved, as appropriate.
on service charge and ground rent pursuant to the lease.
How long it will take from you accepting the buyer(s) offer to
completing sale will depend on a number of factors. The average process
takes between 6 to 8 weeks to exchange, and a further one or
two weeks before completion, dependent on all parties involved being agreeable
to the completion date.
It can be quicker or slower, depending on the parties in the chain. For
example, if you are selling to a buyer involved in a chain, or a first
time buyer it could take 10 to 12 weeks. However, if you have a
leasehold property sale that requires an extension of the lease, this
can take significantly longer, between 3 to 4 months.In such,
a situation additional charges would apply.
Leasehold matters often take longer due to the additional parties
involved in the transaction, including landlords/ managing agents/