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  • Buying
    more usually this is done once you have found a property that has been viewed and you are interested in The report may be suitable for you or your mortgage lender s purposes however there maybe occasions when you consider a more in depth report is needed such as a specialist damp report or structural survey Your solicitor will guide you on which course of action is more suitable to your particular case Additional reports may levy a charge for the purchaser and therefore you may wish to establish if the seller is agreeable to your proposed offer price first and as the estate agent we can assist you through this process or again you may discuss with your solicitor You will need to be satisfied with any of the reports contents before proceeding It is possible to submit an offer subject to survey however this is not considered a clean offer and therefore would only progress in the conveyance process once the clause is removed There are several exceptions to properties needing a home report and you will be advised if this is the case and the reason why if this relates to the property you are interested in Examples would be a property that is classed as Unsafe or To be demolished where they are unsuitable for occupation and require complete redevelopment The Offer Having identified your chosen property determined the financing of the purchase and being satisfied with any surveys the next step in the progression of purchase is the preparation and submission of a formal offer The offer will be prepared on your behalf by your solicitor and will typically contain provisions including the price to be offered the date of entry the date on which you obtain the keys to the property and pay the purchase price any apportionment of price between heritable and moveable having regard to Stamp Duty implications and a host of conditions designed to protect your position dealing with aspects such as the exhibition of Property Clearance Certificates the existence of Servitude Rights for drainage and sewage the nature of burdens affecting the property the existence of any right of pre emption in favour of a third party confirmation that the property is not subject to Crofting Tenure in the case of a property less than 10 years old that there is an existence NHBC or comparable documentation that all construction work including extensions and alterations to the property are supported by the relevant Planning Consent Building Warrant and Completion Certificate etc etc If the offer is in principle acceptable to the seller the seller s solicitor will respond with a Qualified Acceptance usually accompanied by the title deeds to the property which may then highlight matters hitherto not apparent Your solicitor will carefully discuss these with you before proceeding to conclude a bargain If the offer is subject to survey on receipt of the Qualified Acceptance your solicitor will attend to instructing a survey on your behalf and will make

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  • Selling your home
    your Home Report Now you are almost ready When you are living in a house day in and day out it is sometimes difficult to see things objectively or through fresh eyes and that s when it is important to ask your Estate Agent to be honest with you and advise you on what should be done to improve your chances of obtaining the best possible selling price The general rule is to depersonalise and de clutter your home so viewers can easily imagine themselves living in it Back to those first impressions is there somewhere for viewers to park their car safely on arrival is your house clearly numbered or named so they don t have to work too hard to find your property And don t forget that a For Sale board will not only help viewers find the property and also alert potential purchasers who may be passing that you are on the market Once inside ensure that your house is light and airy keep curtains well off windows and make sure that your hall areas are as clear as possible Your living areas should be made to look as spacious as possible and this may mean removing a chair or two and clearing tabletops and worktops of unnecessary items The kitchen areas should be immaculately clean and try to avoid any dishes in the sink A vase of flowers on the dining room table always gives a good impression as does a strategically placed plant Beds should be well made and clothes should be tidied away in drawers and wardrobes The minimalist approach in the bathroom is the best and the toilet seat firmly down If you are thinking of decorating prior to sale it is advisable to go for light plain colours magnolia always gives a neutral palette for others to work with Floor coverings are again best kept plain but if you do have patterns on your floor coverings it is doubly important to have those plain walls and curtains Finally smile you may be thinking oh no here we go again make all your viewers feel welcome and appreciated they may be the ones to make you the offer of a lifetime Good luck Home Reports As from 1st December 2008 all houses advertised for sale in Scotland must have a Home Report The seller or seller s agent is responsible for providing this report to prospective buyers who request a copy of one and therefore the Home Report must be ready prior to your house being advertised The Home Report will provide all relevant information with regard to the condition and value of your property The Home Report consists of three elements Property Questionnaire To be completed by the seller This questionnaire will contain useful information for potential purchasers with regard to any home improvements carried out planning permissions council tax banding etc Single Survey Carried out by a surveyor who will list the condition and value of the house and will

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  • Long Term Letting & Rentals
    for long term letting purposes or what is required to bring it up to standard Taking relevant details and pictures and placing the property on our web site under the To Let section Dealing with and passing on all enquiries references to property owners of the property when necessary Once suitable tenants have been identified we will arrange to pass the details onto a solicitor of your choice to arrange to draw up a Short Assured Tenancy Agreement for signature A competitive fee will be charged for the marketing work of 250 plus vat This figure includes the preparation of details the inclusion of the details on our web site and property guides and all work including enquiries A charge of 55 plus vat will be incurred if having advertised a property for letting on our web sites you thereafter decide to remove it This fee is to help cover the costs incurred for our work About the Isle of Skye Estate Agency Every reasonable care has been taken in the drawing up of these particulars for the guidance of interested parties They are believed to be correct but no guarantee of their accuracy is given and or error or

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