Paperwork needed when selling house
When you first bought your property, you will have received plenty of paperwork relating to the purchase of your home. Now you’re selling, it’s up to you to make sure all the right documentation is in place to make sure the process is as smooth as possible.
For the property to go on the market in the first-place certain things will be required to really showcase it, including photos, a floorplan if you have one, a description and of course the valuation. Once you’ve had an offer, you must provide various documents to make sure the legal parts of the sale can be completed.
These can be broken down into the following three categories:
• Identity information
• Property specific information
• Leasehold or Freehold information
Here we’ll take you through the essentials to ensure everything’s in order when the time comes.