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Sell your home in Sheffield - Get prepared!

Guardian Property expert Sandra Haurant suggests, 'Put together a file containing all documents to do with the house.

If you are looking to sell your house of flat in Sheffield then you need to get prepared! And for once we are not talking about making sure your house is prepared with all its DIY and decorating jobs done (which you should also do), we are talking about getting your documents ready!

Guardian Property expert Sandra Haurant suggests, ‘Put together a file containing all documents to do with the house. Include any guarantees for repairs, certificates for gas and electrical work, council tax bills and any other documentation you have. Your solicitor will ask for the lot. You will also need to provide proof of identity and of address to your solicitor, so dig out your passport and recent utility bills with names of all owners. Do this in advance and you will be ready to leap into action when an offer comes in.’

You know you will need all this info, so get it ready. Here at Belvoir! Estate Agents in Sheffield our experienced property experts will help and advise you on exactly what documentation you will need to have ready and what should be included.

For more information, please visit www.belvoirsheffield.com or call 0114 331 0033. Alternatively, please email rick@belvoirsheffield.com

For the most uptodate information relevant to landlords, vendors, and buyers of owner occupied and But to let property in Sheffield ensure you follow Belvoir! Sheffield on either Facebook Twitter or visit our website at http://www.belvoir.co.uk/landlord-information or for selling http://www.belvoir.co.uk/property-sales-sheffield-p4147

REF http://www.theguardian.com/money/2010/jan/26/sell-your-home-flat-market

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