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Is your house sitting unloved on the property market? Are you getting low numbers of viewings? Have you been asked to reduce your selling price by your agent?
How to buy a house
There is nothing more exciting and terrifying than trying to buy your own house. Take things one step at a time, and you’ll find things aren’t as scary they originally seemed.
Getting on the housing ladder can be a daunting task for many young people, and you may feel like everything is out of your price range. But there are lots of gorgeous properties for under £100,000, so with a bit of effort, you will be surprised at the house opportunities available.
When it comes to making an offer, the advice usually given is to, “offer 5 – 10% below the asking price”.
So you’ve received a last minute viewing request on your home, and the panic has set in. The house just isn’t ready to view.
When buying a property, we strongly advise you to have a property survey carried out to protect your investment.
What is a mortgage down-valuation?
Once an offer has been accepted, a chartered surveyor is instructed by the mortgage lender to find out if the purchase price you have agreed is reasonable.
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