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A Guide To Selling Your Home With Morris Property

Realistic and Accurate Valuation and Guidance.

Every home owners aim when thinking of selling a property is to achieve the best price they can in the shortest period of time. However there is a fine line between over pricing your property and achieving optimum value and it is essential to make sure the property is marketed at a realistic figure. Our experience of the local market together with research data provides with the best knowledge of how to most effectively market and price properties in your area.

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Your Home

First impressions matter. Once a prospective purchaser wants to view internal your property, the first impression they have becomes critical to obtaining a successful offer. It is useful to view your home if you were the buyer, think about how you could enhance the properties appeal, i.e. try to declutter rooms to make them appear larger.


In order to achieve a sale your property needs to have maximum exposure through various marketing methods and ranges of media. If you decide to sell your property through Morris Property you will benefit from our personalised marketing packages advertising on all main internet portals including Zoopla, Primelocation and on our state of the art website, window displays and detail brochures, For Sale Board.

Proactive exposure through office team, sending out SMS messages and emails to registered applicants searching for what could be your property.

Prospective Viewings

Interested parties in your property will want to have an internal inspection and at this stage it is essential that your property appearance it at its optimum and in order to fit in with prospective purchases with flexible viewing arrangement including weekend and evenings.

The offer

Once we have received an offer on your property we will contact you immediately verbally and in writing. We will then check into the buyer's circumstances in order to see whether they are in a position to complete the transaction.

Legal Process

At this stage we would recommend you to choose a solicitor and it is imperative that a reliant and efficient person be chosen. We can offer assistance to you if your require in finding a qualified local soliticitor

Accepting the Offer

Once you have agreed to accept the offer we will then comply with the following procedure

  • Prepare a memorandum of sale
  • Write to all parties involved the agreed sale price

Your solicitor will send out a draft contract to the buyer's solicitor who will then raise enquiries regarding the contract that your solicitor will reply to. At this stage a date for the survey on your property should have been set and a proposed exchange and completion date.

We will guarantee to keep you informed throughout the conveyance process. There are no legal obligations until the contracts are signed.


Exchange of contracts is one of the milestones in the home buying process. The exchange takes place between two solicitors yours the seller and the buyers after all searches received, satisfactory replies to enquiries, mortgage offer in place and all preliminary work completed. This is the point of no return once contracts have been exchanged the buyer has committed to buy and the seller has committed to sell.

Completion date will then be formally agreed between both parties and the date will be put into the contract.

Completion is when the outstanding balance is transferred from the buyer's solicitor to your solicitors account. Your solicitor will call you when the money has cleared and is sat in their client account and will inform us the estate agent to release the keys to your buyer.

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