Agar Murdoch & Deane Ltd has many years experience selling houses in the greater County Down and Belfast areas. As a result we have extensive local property knowledge and a large data base of people on our mailing list, actively looking to buy.
We can discuss the outlay package that you require and are happy to bespoke it to your requirements. We are able to offer the following:
You will need an Energy Performance Certificate in order for us to market your property and this will be noted on the sales particulars. This is a legal requirement in Northern Ireland. Further details are available on the EPC page of our web site.Request An EPC
As agents we are required to ask vendors for photographic identification and a copy of a recent utility bill or Rates bill, in order to comply with anti-money laundering legislation. All information is held in accordance with the Data Protection Act.
We can carry out Key & Accompanied viewing appointments, by prior arrangement with our office. These can be done during the working day or after hours.
Our Valuer will liaise with you concerning issues which, in our experience, may be flagged up by a surveyor and cause time-delays to your sale. These might include some of the following:
You should be assured that if you choose Agar Murdoch and Deane to sell your property, we will be with you every step of the way to help you achieve "Best Market Price".
Offers will be reported to you verbally and in writing in line with "good practice" procedures. Following acceptance of an offer, a Sales Advice Notice will be drawn up and sent to the Vendor, Purchaser and respective solicitors
Our experienced team will keep you fully appraised with viewing appointments and feedback, survey arrangements and how the conveyancing process is progressing. The two solicitors will liaise concerning Contract and Title and the signing of the contract. The completion date will be mutually agreeable to both parties.
Completion will happen on a week day, when solicitors are open and during office hours, with keys released on the instruction from the vendor's solicitor.
You will need to pay Stamp Duty when you purchase a property over a certain value in the UK. Please be aware that there are additional requirements if you are purchasing a second home. Details are available from HMRC.