Solving common property issues when selling a property.

Very few properties are sold without there being legal or other issues to resolve. Conveyancing solicitors routinely identify and resolve legal issues through negotiation, legal drafting or indemnity insurance.

As a seller you will need to disclose any issues you are aware of in the standard property forms and any enquiries raised by the buyer's solicitor.

We recommend reading the following article:

What must a seller disclose when selling a property?

As a seller, being aware of any issues your property might have and addressing these at the earliest possible opportunity can help attract buyers and prevent problems from delaying or even jeopardising your sale after you accept an offer.

This page is a list of links to articles offering expert advice and solutions to some of the most common problems faced by home sellers.

Property issue or problem:

Bounndary disputes
Broken property chain
Building regulations (lack of approval)
Electrical installation certificate (lack of)
Flooding issues
Flying freeholds
Freeholder disputes
Japanese knotweed
Neighbour disputes
Noisy neighbours
Planning permission  (lack of approval)
Selling with tenants
Short lease
Subsidence

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