Selling a Property Checklist

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Whether you are a first-time buyer or have a portfolio of properties, at Spratt Endicott we want to ensure the conveyancing process for purchasing your property is as smooth and stress-free as possible.

It is in the interests of a seller to collect as much relevant information about the sale property as possible. This will include any necessary planning permissions, building regulation approvals and completion certificates, guarantees etc. Providing these to us as soon as you have sold your property is sensible, as the buyer will inevitably ask for them.

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Here is a checklist to help you understand the key stages of the residential property selling process:

As soon as you decide to sell your property you will need to:

When you accept an offer to sell your property, we will:

You will need to:

When contracts are exchanged we will:

You will need to:

On completion we will:

You will need to:

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  • Nicole Bradders
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