Buying with Homes

Buying a home, whether for the first time or for experienced movers alike, is a demanding experience. The process involves many different parts, which must all come together to make it happen successfully for you.

There will always be obstacles along the way, some expected and others complete surprises, that’s why you shouldn’t try to manage the largest purchase of your life on your own.

At Homes, we really do understand the pressure you will be under and the importance to you of achieving a good outcome. We will work to complete the transaction for you in the most efficient way and minimise the timeframe, from agreeing the sale to that very special moment when you finally collect the keys and move in.

Sales Progression from Homes

There aren’t many agents in the country who have a dedicated Sales Progression team, but at Homes we do. We recognised the importance of this for our customers many years ago and it’s all included as part of our service and at no extra cost to you.

Based across all our offices, this team are there to keep on top of every stage of the sales and buying process to keep all parties informed. As a buyer, you will be in direct contact with a team member whose role is to establish clear lines of communication with all relevant contacts, particularly conveyancing solicitors. They are highly experienced in dealing with all parties involved in the buying process, acting as the effective ‘go-between’.

Imagine how useful this can be where inter-dependent chains of properties are involved – just having someone on your side, who has oversight of the whole chain, can make a huge difference and they are often able to spot and resolve potential issues long before they become a problem.

So, with this invaluable support available at Homes, our aim is to ensure that your purchase reaches exchange and then completion, with minimum stress to you and at a timescale to suit everyone.

Vital Information for Home Buyers

We hope the following information will help to clarify the many different parts of the buying process and keep the number of unforeseen surprises to a minimum!

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