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Help for a First Time Buyer

Once you have your finances sorted, start looking at properties, register with agents and with the portals such as Rightmove and OnTheMarket, which will send you through updates. Check out the areas of properties you like the look of before viewing. View a few places, but don't delay, if it feels right, then it probably is, if you like it, other people will like it too, don't miss out. Please give lots of thought to your solicitor. You may think going online and getting the cheapest deal is the best idea, but in the grand scheme of buying a property you don't want to scrimp on your legal advice. Get some quotes, read the reviews, have a chat with the person who will do the work, find out if you get a direct phone number and email, a local company can also be very useful, enabling you to pop in and pick up forms and sort out ID etc. If solicitors are being recommended to you, check why. Is it a family member recommending a firm they have always used? - Great, a good experience is a great recommendation. Is it your financial advisor referring because they earn a fee out of it? We recommend local friendly firms and we don't receive referral fees from any solicitors, we recommend based purely on the experience and service received from them over a number of years. This a big subject and an important decision so feel free to call us for a chat 01892 515188

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