In the process of selling a house the goal of the experienced conveyancing solicitor is to ensure that the transaction progresses as smoothly as possible. The conveyancing solicitor must be mindful of the fact that a property is not sold until the contract is signed and it is incumbent on the conveyancing solicitors to ensure that the title to the property is, as much as is possible, in order when presented to the purchasers solicitor. The conveyancing solicitor must be mindful of the fact that not only must the purchaser’s solicitor be satisfied of the title presented, but also the lending institution should the purchase be funded by a mortgage.
The experienced conveyancing solicitor should ensure that contracts and title will be presented in a timely manner to the purchaser’s solicitor to ensure that the sale does not loose momentum.
It is important for the vendor to instruct a solicitor experienced in the area of conveyancing law to increase the chances of completing the sale.
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