Moving home and the experts that can help
Posted on 6 March 2019 by Julia Wilson-Sharpe
Now that spring is on the horizon, many of us will be thinking of buying or selling our home, or perhaps both. This can be a very stressful time, for those who have purchased in the past they will know the best way to reduce their stress.
It could be something simple like playing with worry beads or nipping to the pub for a pint. Some of us however, need a bit more help and reassurance.
Speaking to professionals who know their business is a key way to minimise stress levels, particularly if you are a first time buyer, on a tight budget or are elderly.
A local mortgage broker can help to advise you on your current financial situation.
They can address what you will need to have in place when it comes to funding the purchase of your new home. They will be on hand to help with explaining the cover of other costs involved in buying a home. This will enable you to have a clearer understanding of what to expect when looking for mortgages and property.
A mortgage broker will often keep in touch with agents, solicitors and clients, keeping the loop updated and you free to get on with your busy life!
A local Estate Agent will take the time to get to know us and what it is we are looking for. They have all the information regarding the property and surrounding infrastructure, and their knowledge of an area is often greater than most local people.
They are able to speak with the buyer and seller at regular intervals keeping the loop updated, and can move matters forward when needed.
Agents can also take details to keep us posted when properties become available without the necessity of us logging in and searching. Agents do have online facilities for searching for those who wish to do so.
Rest assured that a solicitor does understand how difficult it can be on occasions for clients to grapple with the process of conveyancing. We are on hand to spend time with you and explain any issues and how they can be resolved.
A bespoke service tailored to you and your requirements is where an initial face to face meeting comes in, resulting in the best possible service and outcome.
Posted in: Buying & Selling Your Home