Selling a House

When you sell your house, you will need a solicitor to prepare a draft Agreement which will be sent to the buyer's solicitor. The buyer will need to see copies of the records held by the Land Registry to prove you are entitled to sell it. The buyer will also ask you to answer certain questions about the house and will ask you to provide a list of items that you will be leaving.

Sarginsons Law have the necessary case management systems and links to the Land Registry to ensure that the necessary papers are sent to the buyer in the quickest possible time.

We will work with you to establish the date for moving and on that day, we will collect in the sale monies and pay off your mortgage if applicable. We can pay the proceeds direct to your bank or let you have a cheque on completion.

For a comphrensive guide to our pricing for conveyancing costs, please click here.
If you would like an no obligation quote for your sale please contact us via;-
Telephone: 02476 55 31 81 
Email: conveyancing@s-law.co.uk