PROPERTY AUCTION SALES & PURCHASES
Wildings residential conveyancing solicitors can assist you with property auction sales and purchases.
Our residential conveyancing solicitors have many years of experience in dealing with the sale and purchase of properties by way of property auction and can guide you through the process.
Buying and selling through property auction has become much more common over the last few years and we can assist in all aspects of such transactions.
If you plan on buying property at auction or selling, our Residential Conveyancing Solicitors can offer their expert assistance. Book your free initial consultation with the team today on 0330 333 8797.
We are happy to advise you in relation to a proposed purchase at a property auction and can prepare detailed reports on auctions land/properties. Before attending an auction and purchasing a property it is important to be well informed about the prospective purchase.
We are experienced in advising clients on the particulars of auction packs. It is important to get documents reviewed by a residential conveyancing solicitor as they can alert a buyer to any potential issues, for example if there is a problem with the legal title or any environmental issues etc.
If you plan on buying property at auction, we are also happy to attend property auctions with our clients so that we are on hand to provide legal advice and deal with the formalities should a property be purchased.
Buying property at auction involves making a purchase at speed and often with fixed deadlines. Our residential conveyancing solicitors are aware that a speedy service is of the essence throughout the conveyancing process should you be successful at auction.
Selling at a property auction can be a quick solution to the sale of land or property however it is still important to obtain specialist advice from a residential conveyancing solicitor to ensure that the sale runs smoothly.
We can assist in dealing with the formalities of the auctioneers. We can also advise and assist in the preparation of the ‘auction pack’ for a sale.