Our simple check list will help you get your property ready by ensuring that you prepared for putting your property on the open market, giving you every opportunity in maximizing the sales price in the quickest time possible.
Contact your solicitor in advance of the sales process and instruct them to request title documents. The title documents will be held with your bank if you still have a mortgage on the property and this could take in the region of 2-4 weeks so the sooner requested, the better.
A seller or landlord must provide a BER to prospective buyers or tenants when a home is offered for sale or rent. BER details must be included in commercial advertisements related to the sale or rental. A BER is also required for a new home before it is first occupied. There are exceptions for certain categories of buildings e.g. protected structures and certain temporary buildings. Arrange for an engineer to carry out a BER on your property and you are legally required to supply this prior to completion. http://www.seai.ie/
First impressions matter! from little things like painting the front door to keeping the garden tidy, if any DIY jobs need taken care, do this before viewings commence.
From passers by to viewers, these tips will assist in generating more viewings and make your home more appealing to the viewer once they are inside.
If you are thinking of selling or just curious to the value of your home and would like to discuss current market conditions, please contact Michael today for a free market appraisal and he would be delighted to meet with you.