First Time Buyer
Speak to our financial advisor who will establish how much you can afford to spend on a property.
Contact TMC for a market appraisal on your property and a financial advisor to establish how much you can afford.
Contact TMC to help you find a property, check our two web sites both www.propertypal.com and www.tmcetateagents.com to help you with your search also register your details and we can e-mail, phone or text you the information.
Making an Offer
Once you have decided the property that you like you can let us know what offer you would like to make. We notify the vendor by telephone and written confirmation. Once the vendor has been informed we will let you know the response. The information that will be relayed to the owner:
If your offer is agreed both the vendor and the purchaser details are exchanged and we will make take care off all negotiations throughout the sale and keep you well informed.
Stamp Duty is a government levy or tax payable by the purchaser on a house and is calculated on the full purchase price. There is No stamp duty on any house under £175,000.
£500,001 plus 4%
Correct as of 29/04/2009
Making the decision to sell your home is not easy, when you decide to go ahead with the process you must be sure you are in the hands of a reliable agent that you can trust with the responsibility of gaining the best price for your most valuable asset (your home).
At TMC our sole aim is to ensure you peace of mind by guiding you through the selling process with our years of experience. We maintain a close relationship throughout the sale of your home keeping you up date with the latest activities on the sale and advising you on any new developments along the way.
Your first step should be to arrange a valuation with a member of staff who can advise on the best price to place your property on the market and the most suitable advertising package that will achieve the maximum yield.
We have in place the leading software technology to assist in the selling of your home enabling us to date and time track any activity on the sale such as offers, veiwing notes and interest ranging to details of the advertising carried out to date and scheduled for the future.