selling a residential property

When selling a residential property, its important you engage a solicitor who can adequately protect you in the contract for sale. The Law Society General Conditions of Sale 2019 are appended to every contract for sale in Ireland and they contain a number of warranties and representations on the part of the seller about the property being sold. It is the job of your solicitor to determine what, if any, of these warranties and representations can be given following their investigation of title and planning. Engaging an inexperienced property solicitor may mean you are signing up to more than you had bargained for which could lead to nasty consequences down the line.  

We at, Roe Solicitors, are experts in residential conveyancing having acted in the sale of numerous properties throughout the years. We will keep you up to date at every step of the transaction and be sure that you know what you are warranting to provide in the contract. 

Please complete the form below to assist us in providing you with an accurate quotation to act on your behalf in selling the property. 

Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to quote for this piece of work. 

Roe Solicitors

Quote - Selling a Residential Property

1. What type of property are you selling?

2. Are you using an auctioneer/estate agent to sell the property?

4. Is the property occupied?

7. Will the expected net sale proceeds, after payment of all the costs of the sale, be enough to pay what is due to your bank, so that the bank will be prepared to clear the mortgage off your deeds?

8. Did you carry out work on the property, such as adding a conservatory or other extension?

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