Placing your home exactly where is needs to be online.

By: David Harland

If you decide to sell your property online or buy online it is of value thinking about the following points. With a few of the more user responsive sites you are able to position the details of your private home sale directly onto the page that your home is being displayed this means that if you are a bit of a night owl or work through out the day you are able to enter your details as and when you feel like it rather than having to fit in with the site owners schedule. This ensures that you can edit your details at any time be it sizes, descriptions or more decisively the price of your property. Often there is some sort of waver saying that the information is all provided by the client and doesn’t necessarily hold the full particulars.

?When you are measuring up, ensure you give clear descripions of what measurement you are giving, from a buyers viewpoint it is always worth questioning anything you are unsure of and most private sellers are more than happy to answer any queries. The website that a house is being publicised on will not have carried out a appraisal on the property and it will as a rule be upto the buyer to have a surveyors report done on the house before exchanging contracts. Always use a certified contractor to check the appliances and equipment in a house, this will help you to discuss price if anything is amiss. As a seller it is of value having any service information available to allow you to barter for a better price. Make sure you involve a solicitor to look into all legal issues relating to the property (e.g. title, tenure, planning permission etc) as these are specialist issues that will not be looked at by websites. A solicitor also agrees with the seller what things (e.g. carpets, curtains, fixtures & fittings, sheds etc) will or will not be included in the sale. In other words, you must make sure for yourself all information before acting on it, in particular the current asking price, sizes of rooms, ownership, freeholdFind Article, extent of refurbishments and any issues of specific importance to you.

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