Should I list my property with more than one estate agent?
The choice is entirely up to you and your specific circumstances. Going with a sole agent is probably the cheapest option (although the reach to buyers is dependent on how many clients are on their books), while multiple agents will be more expensive (but will reach a broader client base).
If you’re looking for a quick sale or the market is rather sluggish, it makes sense to put your property on with a number of agents. If the market is buoyant, it makes more sense to place the property with a sole agent.
Whichever you choose, you should always check the terms and conditions so that you know what service you’re getting for your money and how much it will cost you once the home is sold. You should also understand if there are penalties should you decide to place the property with more or fewer agents later on during the agreement period.
Where do I go about determine if the conservation area we are buying in is in a poor state?
English Heritage, a government body, have assembled records of the state of repair of conservation areas in England. Local conservation areas are specified by the local Richmondshire planning authority, who govern conservation area concerns from including things like poorly maintained pavements, addition of hard standings to front and trees.
If I’m putting my furniture and other things in storage, will the process take longer?
There shouldn’t be any reason why your move would take longer than a standard removal if you are pitting your belongings into storage. In fact, in some instances, it might be beneficial for the chain and your completion on the sale, since you are likely to incur fewer delays in the process because you can put your furniture and other things in storage before the event.
Whatever your plans, it’s worth mentioning them to your conveyancing solicitor so that they know the logistics on the day of completion, and may even be able to provide advice and pointers on what to consider before the day to ensure things move more smoothly.
Do your lawyers manage the legal conveyancing of residential property auction properties in Cheetham?
Yes - Our CQS solicitors frequently handle the legal work for auction buyers and sellers. Conveyancers typically recommend auction buyers to appoint a fast conveyancing firm prior to the property auction to allow enough time for a detailed review. After the auction day your appointed lawyer is totally able to concentrate on concluding the purchase within 4 weeks as typically required .
We need to know which Cheetham lenders your lawyers work with. Which panels are you on?
Most lenders in Cheetham are on our solicitors' panels. Cheetham lenders and mortgage specialists include More Morgage Solutions Ltd, 145 Barton Rd, Stretford, Manchester, M32 8DN, Kay Consulting, 39 Bury New Rd, Prestwich, Manchester, M25 9JY, and Gardner Finance Ltd, 497 Chester Rd, Manchester, M16 9HF.
Should you get searches for chancel liability if I am purchasing a Cheetham flat conversion next to a rectory built in the 1200s?
Some owners in Cheetham can be required to contribute towards repairs to a church in the area. A chancel search will confirm whether liability for Cheetham properties is likely to exist. Churches in this area where a chancel search may be appropriate include St John the Evangelist and Trinty United Church.