Our free guide has answers to some of the most commonly asked questions when it comes to making an offer on a house, from “how do buy-to-let mortgages work?” to “how long does the home buying process take?”
At the same time, our guide also has a great step-by-step process for making an offer on a home, as well as a great set of handy, easy-to-accomplish tips for getting your offer approved.
This set of advice covers the entire offer-making journey, meaning you’ll have access to a tried, tested, and trusted resource wherever you are in the process — from doing your initial research to getting your offer approved.
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How long does the process of buying a house take?
From the point an offer is accepted, the average time taken to complete the purchase was around 3-4 months, although this has increased over the last few years when demand increased.
Is Your Offer Legally Binding?
Once your offer has been accepted and you send your solicitor’s details over, the property is usually taken off the market and will show as Sold Subject to Contract.
How To Negotiate A Property Price
When making an offer, be confident in your proposal. One thing you cannot change is what someone else offers, so if your offer is even £1000 too low and the seller chooses someone else, it is out of your control.
What To Do After Your Offer Has Been Accepted
The next step after getting your offer accepted is to book a survey. Following the survey report, you are within your rights to go back to the seller and look to negotiate on any issues that have been brought up.
How do buy-to-let mortgages work?
The process of making an offer on a house should begin long before you even view the property. Before you start looking you should know your budget and do your research.
Having our guide on making an offer within reach throughout your journey on the property ladder is the best way to avoid any nasty surprises as you navigate the world of home buying.
With big purchases, come big contingencies. Instead of guessing and hoping for the best, check out our free guide and be fully prepared for every financial eventuality.
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