We are highly experienced in all areas and will help you sell your property with ease, whether its residential, commercial or agricultural.
Our dedicated and reliable staff provide a high standard friendly service and ensure top levels of client care. We understand how overwhelming and often emotional selling your property can be, that’s why we’re there for you each step of the way to help ease the pressure.
Once you decide to sell your home, commercial unit or site the first step is a free appraisal and valuation of the property. We then tailor a marketing package to suit your property and produce a professional brochure. Once approved, your property is introduced to the market offering maximum exposure between both of our offices, the local press and internet. We can also offer advice on how to present your property for sale or rent.
We are registered to carry out valuations for banking institutions and mortgage brokers for purchase/sale of properties as well as valuations for probate, insurance, family settlements and deed transfers.
We are qualified to carry out bot Blue Book and Red Book Valuations
1. Organise Your Documents
The first thing you’ll have to do is organise all of your paperwork. Your solicitor will require several documents in order to prepare acceptable contracts for the sale of your property. Make sure you can easily access any planning permissions or building certificates for extensions or any modifications made to the property.
2. Get your Energy Efficiency Rating
If you don’t already have this, get a Building Energy Rating Assessment. All homes for sale Ireland by law require a BER certificate. There are a number of ways to improve your rating, for instance you could replace old gas or oil boilers with a heat pump, install heating controls, get rid of any draughts, or improve insulation.
3. Pay Property Tax
Ensure your property tax is paid and up to date. When your solicitors are drafting contracts, they will require a property history report that shows Local Property Tax (LPT) has been paid for the year.
4. Stage your Home
Try keep colours as neutral as possible, this makes it easier for buyers to envision your home in their own style and is more visually appealing. Declutter your home to help show off the space. This includes family photos, toiletries, and other bits and pieces. Remember that people are nosy, they may open wardrobes, presses, or the fridge to have a look at the amount of storage offered. And don’t forget your homes exterior is just as important to keep maintained.