When selling a property, there are several factors to consider and paperwork that you have to provide in order for the selling and purchasing of the property to be legal. Examples of paperwork that needs to be required will relate to details about the property itself and if there have been any modifications or if it’s being owned on a freehold or leasehold basis.
The most obvious documentation that you need to provide initially to your residential conveyancing solicitors is your ID. From here, there will then be other forms of documents that you need to provide from a legal stance:
Energy Performance Certificate
This document will provide your buyer with how energy efficient the property is and the impact this has on the energy costs of the property. This will give them an indication of the expected amounts of energy costs they need to pay. The document also provides … Read More