When you’re buying a new home – for yourself, your immediate family or perhaps extended family too – finding the right place can be a struggle. It’s all about discovering somewhere with that certain something… that “this could be home” feeling… but also somewhere which is in the right place, with the right connections and the right facilities close-by too.
So please don’t leave it to luck. With years of experience in the UK property market, we have the knowledge, the network and the contacts to make sure you find your perfect home.
Helping refine your search area… with advice on pricing levels, locations, local facilities and market trends, all tailored specifically to your circumstances and requirements
Contacting the right agents… gathering information and property details on your behalf; even finding those extra-special properties which aren’t on the open market
Previewing properties on your behalf… to save you the trouble of viewing all the unsuitable ones yourself!
Familiarising you with the area… on a full day’s orientation visit: showing you around, visiting anywhere particularly relevant to you and your family, giving you a ‘feel for the place’
Guiding you through your viewings… dedicating as much time as necessary to accompany you to viewings and maybe even repeat visits too
Getting the best deal for you… through skilled, professional negotiation of the purchase price and terms
Recommending professional services… providing introductions to solicitors, surveyors and any other professionals or trades you may require
Keeping everything moving… paperwork and legalities can take time, but we’re here to make sure everything happens as quickly as possible; with regular progress updates for you right through to completion
Sorting the practicalities… such as organising the transfer of utilities to your name, so everything’s ready for you to move straight in
It’s our speciality, it’s what we love to do, which is why we’re good at it too… so why not let us take the strain for you?
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