We want to ensure sales goes through as smoothly as possible, to enable this this we recommend:
1) Instructing a local solicitor to handle the conveyancing of your property.
There are many brilliant solicitors within Kingsbridge with extensive knowledge of properties within the local area. This can help smooth out any potential speed bumps that may occur along the way that other out of area solicitor may not be aware of. This may include properties with local covenants, restrictions and other potential queries that may be raised up during the sale of your property.
2) Fill out any necessary forms and prepare any relevant documentation confirmed by your appointed solicitor prior to marketing.
You may receive further protocol forms from your solicitor once a sale has been agreed, however having the bulk of these forms filled out will help you initially and will prevent any delays with draft contract packs being sent out.
3) Check the title plan for your property is up to date, especially if you have had or are planning on making any amendments; for example splitting the title.
Overall, the whole conveyancing process varies from sale to sale and can take from a number of weeks to a number of months to achieve exchange and completion.