How to sell your own home
Selling a home sets ahead a whole lot of queries. To me home is not just a storey of stones but has feelings and good memories attached to it which I would never like to price for. But there may be many reasons and situations for which one may be compelled to sell off his home. One might be in want of money in his bad days. He might want to upgrade to a better home, the previous not having a sufficient accommodation. He might have to fix a mistake of his wrong selection of the house. He might be transferred to a new place for the job which makes an urgent call for him to move. One might sell his own home to shift to a place closer to his loved ones or might shift because of annoying neighbours. There might be many reasons for a man to downsize his home deferred maintenance, kids grown up, personal relations or any health related problems. Everybody has their own reason to sell their home but I think I must have a perfect plan before venturing into the process so that they can get the right amount their home deserves.
Legal procedures that are involved
The determination of “Fast Sale House” comes with many legal questions. There are many ways of selling homes. It will be your own decision of choosing the method for selling your home be it through auction, or any agent. Everyone should be guided by a professional in order to get the best deserving value of your home if you decide to sell it through the medium of auction, after deciding your way of pricing off your home.
Why to approach a solicitor?
You should approach a solicitor to help you through the further legal procedures. Firstly, the thing that comes in consideration is that whether the house owes any mortgage, if any then you should ask your solicitor to do the needful and prepare the contract of sale. When you complete the preparation of the contract of sale, you must require the planning permission as implemented for houses built since 1st October 1964. If you are to sell a family home the consent of both the husband and wife is required as according to the Family Home Protection Act passed in 1976. The initial step towards selling your house starts when your solicitor sends the contract of sale to the purchaser solicitor for approval. This process also involves certain fees. Such costs include the fees that is charged by auctioneer, advertising fee and the solicitor’s fees.
Selling your house privately is a method of selling your house without the involvement of the commission agent. Yes, you heard it right; you can sell your house without the involvement of middlemen. There are various advantages when you sell a house privately. By this process you can not only save money, but also be more relieved. The commission agents charge you a large sum of money as their commission.