Buying a Property
When buying a property you will need to go through a process known as ‘conveyancing’. Conveyancing is simply the legal work that takes place after you have agreed on the main details of buying or selling your property and involves the transfer of ownership from one person to another. These negotiations are called the ‘missives’ and involve the exchange of letters between the buyer and the seller’s solicitors. This can be a complex legal process and on average it takes 6 to 8 weeks to complete from the moment of an offer being made to the sale being completed, however, this will be quicker for cash purchasers.
The buying and selling process can be complex which is why it’s important to choose an expert that you can trust to make the process as smooth and straightforward as possible.
At DM Property we have developed a client focused approach with communication and understanding at the heart of our service. We take into account the needs of each buyer and we will tailor our services to you, whether you are a first time buyer, looking for a second home or expanding your property portfolio. We charge a fixed fee for our services, so you can be sure you won’t be faced with any unexpected legal fees down the line.
Free Buying Consultation
In order to take the confusion out of the buying process we offer a free, no obligation buying consultation which includes:
- A choice of a face to face meeting or telephone appointment with one of our experienced solicitors who will advise you on the buying process, clearly outline the costs involved and discuss your individual requirements to help us tailor our services to you.
- Advice on how to find your ideal home, what questions to ask at viewings and how to put in notes of interest and make offers on properties.
- If you have a property to sell we will be able to advise you on the best strategy to get your property on the market and sold as quickly as possible and for the best price.