Selling A Property
Is there a need for the services of a conveyancing company when a customer is planning to sell a real estate property? This is a common question that comes to the minds of many customers. The answer is ‘yes’ and we being a reputed conveyancing company understand it better than others. Let us over the next few lines try and find out why a conveyancing company is required for selling a property and how we can make a big difference.
Selling a real estate property, especially for small customers is a complicated and complex task. There are a number of issues that need to be sorted out. Most of these issues have legal and other bearings associated with it. It would be practically impossible for small real estate sellers to understand the various legal and other ramifications associated with selling of such properties.
We can therefore step in and help make life much easier for all those customers who are keen on selling a property, whether it is commercial or residential. We offer a host of services and let us have a look at a few of them over the next few lines. First and foremost, we try and find out more about the credentials of the proposed buyer of a real estate property. Unless the buyer has the intent and the wherewithal to buy the property, the seller could find himself in a fix. We avoid such a situation and ensure that the buyer will honour the terms of the sale agreement in letter and spirit.
We also help our customers to draft the legal sale agreement document. This again is a complex job and has a lot of legal angles to it. We sit with the customer and share with him a rough copy of the agreement that we plan to execute. Once we get it okayed by the seller, we share it with the buyer. After getting their concurrence, we have it executed in a stamp paper as required under the law. We then register the sale deed with the local authorities. This again calls for a lot of PR work and we are very good at it given the experience that we have in this field.
We also liaison with the sellers’ banks and find out if there is a need to close any outstanding mortgage loan. Unless this happens, the sellers will not be able to take back possession of the land deed documents and other such important papers.