Compare Conveyancing Costs For Plympton Property
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Should I use a Plympton solicitor for my conveyancing?
There's no real need to use a solicitor located in Plympton to do your conveyancing. Your whole case can be managed efficiently by post, email and telephone.
Why use a Plympton Estate Agent?
There is a recent trend of Plympton home-owners trying to sell their own properties. Many websites now offer services to assist with this, but at AgentQuote.co.uk, we still believe there is great value in using the services of a good local estate agent to market and sell your property.
Here are some points to consider when deciding whether to find an estate agent to help you market and sell or let your property.
The property buying and selling process is a complex one and can be very daunting, especially for first time sellers. Your estate agent will be able to guide you through the process of selling your home - and explain all of the steps. Some estate agents even have an Independent Financial Adviser in-branch who can help you with any financial questions you may have. They can also refer you to a solicitor - but we recommend getting a quote with us.
Good Local Knowledge
An estate agent or letting agent in Plympton is very likely to have good local knowledge, and thus be an effective marketer of your property.
Plympton estate agents have many local industry connections. They may be able to recommend a good local solicitor, mortgage broker, insurance broker or financial adviser in Plympton.
Years Of Experience
Years of experience in the Plympton area will give your agent the edge when trying to find a buyer for your property. They will know the location of local amenities, the local schools, which areas are well thought of and the pricing and sales trends. They will also be able to advise you of the best price that can be achieved in the area if various improvements are made to a property, and how much to reduce by to get a fast sale.
Author: Terry Davies
Weed the garden - One of the first things a potential buyer will see when they arrive at your property is the garden. If the garden is ragged then it will be a bad start, and make the wrong first impression. Pick up litter, cut the lawn and pull / kill any weeds that are growing in or around the path or patio areas. Consider hiring a pressure washer to clean up your path if it's looking really grubby.
Get Painting - Consider some fresh paint. There’s a good reason why new builds in Plympton are typically presented in magnolia and white. The light colours make rooms look bigger and cleaner. White paint, in particular, makes kitchens and bathrooms look spick and span. Remember, that dark purple that you painted your bedroom in, that you absolutely love, may not be to Plympton buyer’s liking!
Cats and dogs in your gardens. - If you're selling home in Plympton then you would be wise to look in your lawn for nasty mess deposited by either your pets or neighbour's dogs or cats. When your garden smells like it is used as a toilet, then this can surely make a very bad impression . Do not neglect to pick up after your own cat or dog, and consider installing anti-dog or cat measures to frighten away and deter neighbour's pets. Always make sure these counter-measures are humane.
Clear the loft - remove all the clutter. - Some viewers will ask to take a peek in your loft space. If the attic is crammed full of stuff that look likes it may remain there then this may well be off putting. In addition, a nice empty attic-space will look like it may have conversion potential.
Author: Terry Davies
Food For Thought
What does "Exchange of Contracts" mean?
This is when the contract becomes binding between buyer and seller. Up until this moment, the buyer is free to withdraw from the purchase, for any reason, without penalty. Exchange takes place over the telephone between the solicitors of the buyer and seller. Clients are not present at this time. A Completion date is set at this time. This is set in stone and cannot be changed.
How long does the whole legal process take ?
This is perhaps one of our most frequently made queries and regrettably, there is no straight answer because it depends on many different factors. The most straightforward kind of sale is the one of an non-dwelled property to a buyer without a mortgage. This would usually take about 6 weeks to complete (from the time of instruction with a solicitor to when the property changes hands). If the purchaser needs a property loan, this may well add a few weeks to the time-frame. If the purchaser is additionally purchasing a property, this could add two to four additional weeks and maybe even longer if there is a wider chain of related sales. Even more hold-ups could result from mislaid paperwork, slow Plympton conveyancers and sluggish buyers and sellers. An average completion time is about ten to fourteen weeks.
Author: Terry Davies