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Deciding to sell your home

It is crucial that you seek legal advice as soon as you decide you sell your home. In addition to instructing a Solicitor, you will also have to instruct an Estate Agent to market your property. To ensure the sale proceeds as smoothly and as efficiently as possible, it is sensible to instruct a Solicitor whose firm also has an Estate Agency practice. There are several key advantages to you in doing so:

All Under One Roof

Having two separate professionals involved in the transaction can lead to delays in crucial information passing between both. Instructing a Solicitor to deal with both the Estate Agency and legal aspects of the sale means that the transaction can be dealt without unnecessary delays. For example, legal advice is often needed before and during the marketing process. Also, offers will be received directly by your Solicitor with detailed knowledge of your property and advice will be available straight away on the legal position surrounding any closing date situation.

Cost Effectiveness

If you instructed an Estate Agent and Solicitor separately, you would pay two separate professional fees. Using a Solicitor who is also an Estate Agent will significantly reduce those costs as discounts will be available.

Expertise in All Areas

As well as taking care of the marketing strategy and the necessary legal aspects of the house sale, a Solicitor Estate Agent will also arrange the Home Report and viewings of the property.  

There are many other advantages to using a Solicitor Estate Agent to deal with both the estate agency and conveyancing aspects of your property sale. As your home is one of the most expensive items you will sell in your lifetime, it is certainly worth making sure that you instruct the right person to help you through the process.

Contact our Property Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland

If you are considering buying or selling your home, our property law solicitors having decades of conveyancing experience and can provide you with expert legal advice to ensure the transaction goes as smoothly as possible. Contact our qualified team today via the online enquiry form.

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