All about buying

At FPS Estate Agency we are able to offer you local knowledge and expert advice whatever your requirements. If you are unfamiliar with an area or looking for a property surrounded by the best parks, restaurants, schools or transport links we really can help. Contact us now to discuss your property requirements...

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Our Terms of Sale Explained...

  1. Purchase Price
    You are welcome to make an offer on any of our properties for the vendor to consider. We will provide you with any background on previous offers and other buyer interest in the property and advise you of the vendors desired selling price. You can then decide at which level you wish to offer and we will put this forward to the vendor. There may need to be some back and forth negotiation to secure a mutually acceptable purchase price for the property. We will assist you at every step through this negotiation process.

  2. Date of Entry
    At your time of making an offer we will ask you for a proposed date of entry. This will need to be acceptable to the vendor and may have influence over whether a purchase price is acceptable. If you are able to offer a speedy completion then this may mean the vendor will more seriously consider your offer price.

  3. Securing of Finance
    If you require a mortgage or finance to purchase a property then this is fine. We will ask you at your time of offering whether you require any finance and will put any offer forward on this basis. We can also recommend experienced whole of market mortgage brokers who could help you secure the best deal on your finance agreement.

  4. Inspection of Title & Due Diligence
    Once you have successfully negotiated an agreement to purchase the property we will hand the documentation and instruction over to the solicitors who will handle the conveyancing process for the sale.

  5. Introduction Fee
    In some cases an introductory fee may be payable by the purchaser and will be specified within a property schedule if applicable.