Buying & Selling

BUYING AND SELLING

At Property Alhaurin we take seriously our goal to be the standard bearers of our trade, and on that basis we make the following customer pledges,

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED for selling the Property

PLEASE NOTE Due to the New Regulations of the Junta de Andalucia, Decree 218, for Real Estate Agents and Developers, we need the corresponding documentation of your property as follows:

BEFORE WE CAN LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALES WE REQUIRE THE FOLLOWING PAPERWORK FROM ALL OWNERS:-

 

  • Escritura and an up to date Note Simple for the property
  • Copy of IBI (House tax) last paid
  • Copy of Annual Community fees (or amount) – If applicable.
  • Copy of all utility Bills: telephone, electricity & water
  • Details of Mortgage, monthly payments, terms & conditions Copy of Owners Identification – If applicable.
  • Copy of Energy Certificate
  • 1st Occupation License

POR FAVOR TOMAR NOTA

 Debido a la nueva normativa de la Junta de Andalucía : Decreto 218, para el sector inmobiliario y  desarrolladores, necesitamos  la documentación correspondiente a su propiedad que a continuación sigue:

ANTES DE INGRESAR SU PROPIEDAD A NUESTRO LISTADO DE VENTA , NECESITAMOS LOS SIGUIENTES DOCUMENTOS POR PARTE DE LOS PROPIETARIOS: —

 

 

1) Escritura y  Nota simple  actualizada de la propiedad (para venta y alquiler).

2) Copia del IBI (Impuesto sobre propiedades), último pago.

3) Copia del informe anual de gastos de comunidad (o monto). Si hubiera.

4) Copia de todas las facturas de servicios: teléfono, electricidad y agua

5) Detalles de la hipoteca: pagos mensuales,  términos y  condiciones. Copia de la Documentación de identidad del o los propietarios. Si hubiera.

6) Copia del Certificado de Calificación  Energética.

7) Licencia de Primera Ocupación.

THE VALUATION

We will undertake to give a fair market appraisal, based on taking into account the Seller’s circumstances, current market conditions and demand. We will also advise on the saleability of a property and support our valuation, where possible, with information on comparative properties.

All valuations will be stated verbally and then confirmed promptly in writing.

MARKETING A PROPERTY

After receiving a signed terms of business from the Seller, we market a property until a sale is agreed. Marketing will take the form of any, of a combination of, the following:  window displays; mailing and phoning out; inclusion on our website and advertising on ThinkSpain

To avoid any delay in the active marketing of a property, we may distribute draft details until the Seller approves the final details, unless instructed otherwise by the Seller.

HANDLING OFFERS

Our primary responsibility remains, at all times, to our Seller client, while retaining a duty of care and giving fair treatment to all prospective Buyers.

We have a legal obligation to forward, in writing, all offers to the Seller, which we receive for a property.

We will also tell the Seller verbally of all offers, within 24 hours of receiving them, where possible. We will also confirm to the Buyer, in writing, that we have put forward their offer.

When receiving an offer, we will ask the Buyer how they intend to fund the purchase, the source and the amount of any loan, and if they are dependent on the sale of another property and the status of that sale. With the Buyer’s consent we will pass on this information to the Seller in good faith.

ACCEPTING AN OFFER

It is always a Seller’s decision and not ours to whom and at what price a property should be sold. It is also the Seller’s decision – and not ours – as to whether a property remains on the market for sale following acceptance of an offer. We will, however, offer the Seller information and advice. We will also inform the Buyer of the Seller’s decision.

Following acceptance of an offer, subject to contract, either party (the Seller or Buyer) can renegotiate the price or indeed withdraw until contracts have been exchanged.

COMMUNICATION

We recognize that being kept informed is vitally important to the Seller. We will therefore provide the Seller with a named point of contact to ensure continuity of communication. This contact may change from time to time.

We will also provide feedback on viewings, as agreed with the Seller at the point of instruction, and will expect to update the Seller on general progress at least every 10 days.

Once a sale has been agreed, it is the responsibility of the Seller’s and Buyer’s solicitors to keep their clients informed of progress and protect their interests. Accordingly, during this phase, our role will be to pass on any information or provide guidance, as appropriate, to help bring the transaction to a satisfactory conclusion.