place. – the person selling a
– the lender’s letter proving you have a loan for the money to buy the place.
– the legal stuff that needs doing when you are buying a place.
– the government tax that makes buying your place a lot more expensive, especially if it’s a holiday home in Cornwall or a studio flat to rent out in Uxbridge.
– when everything is legally agreed by everyone involved and you can swap contracts making buying the place a whole lot more likely.At this point you can have a drink.
– the moment the place becomes yours. Keys in your hand, kiss the agent order a take away and have another, larger drink. We are here to help buying, selling,
HERE’S a lot of unnecessary jargon used by some estate agents.At Gibbs Gillespie we believe in honesty and telling things as they are, in a way our clients clearly understand.
That’s why we’ve come up with this jargon buster to help people navigate through the sometimes confusing language around selling or buying a home: easier place to buy due to the lack of people, solicitors, agents, surveyors etc involved. exchange of contracts (or if you are really unlucky completion) happens. renting or leasing property that little bit easier.With 25 years of service, a history of winning awards and a dedicated, expert and hard working team we’re here to help you with any property related questions or issues you have.
Call Gibbs Gillespie on 01753 888866 for a free, no obligation valuation of how much your property is worth in this current market or pop in to our office at 26 Packhorse Road, Gerrards Cross.