Agree a fee structure - Fees are normally negotiated at % of selling price.
Agree an advertising budget, this can
vary, depending on whether you sell your property by private
treaty or public auction.
Remember when you decide to sell your
property- let as many people as possible know your house
is for sale (even let your neighbours know). It is therefore
very important to have a sign in your garden and a photograph
of your property on display in your agent's shop window.
Arrange a structure for appointments
with your agent, be as flexible as possible and remember
you are trying to get the best price possible.
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Decide on which firm you are going to
Solicitors Fees: up to 1% + v.a.t. +
If you are buying and selling your solicitor
will probably quote you an overall fee for both.
Have you any extensions which require
planning permission? These should be resolved at the beginning
as this can cause delays later in the sale.
Are there any structural, or other problems?
It may be important to have a survey carried out as this
also can delay the transaction, if the potential buyer raises
any queries in relation to any defects.
Instruct your solicitor as early as possible
so that they can arrange the necessary paper work. They
will then be ready to issue contracts as soon as your auctioneer
has agreed the sale.