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negotiating position when you

get here.

MAKING AN OFFER

When you have found 'the

one', it's time to make an offer.

The sum is down to you: you'll

need to factor in the asking

price compared to other, similar,

properties in the area. You also

need to take into account the

length of time the house has

been on the market, the state

of the market in general and, of

course, your gut feeling.

Our local agent will put the

offer forward. The wait until you

know if your offer is accepted

or a counter offer is made is

always a tense time. Once an

offer is accepted, a notaire

needs to be appointed and a

Compromis de Vente contract

will be drawn up.

The notaire is an independent official

who represents the

state. You have the choice of

either appointing your own or

using the same notaire as the

vendor. In the case of the former,

the cost will be the same:

they will simply split the work.

SIGNING CONTRACTS

You will be asked to sign the

Compromis de Vente. You must

also state whether the purchase

is dependent upon you having

a mortgage - this is another

reason to have your finances

in place before viewing. Once

you've signed, you have a 10-

day cooling-off period before

the contract becomes binding.

If you're purchasing the property with any caveats

(e.g. subject

to planning permission) these

must be written into the contract

as a clause suspensive. At

this stage you'll also be asked

to transfer a deposit into the

notaire's client account. This can

vary, but is usually a maximum

of 10% of the purchase price.

After exchange, there will

be a delay of a further 2 to 4

months, depending upon the

notaire's workload and the

degree of complication of the

sale. When the day of completion finally arrives,

you'll need

to have had the remainder of

your funds transferred and

deposited with the notaire.

Once the contract is signed,

you'll be the legal owner of

your new house and you can

collect your keys. Congratulations!

V

ous souhaitez

acheter une

propriété mais

ne savez pas où

commencer ?

Confiez votre projet à

Leggett Immobilier, nous

vous accompagnerons de

A à Z et pourrons vous

aider à surmonter facilement tous les obstacles

grâce à notre excellente

connaissance de terrain,

notre personnel

chaleureux et à notre

département juridique

interne. Nous sommes la

seule agence en France

qui emploie son propre

notaire au service de ses

clients !

Dans un premier temps,

contactez notre service

clientèle qui vous aidera à

affiner vos critères et vous

proposera une sélection

de propriétés à visiter

parmi nos 15  700 biens en

vente dans toute la France.

Ensuite, nos agents sur

place seront là pour vous

faire visiter et répondre à

toutes vos questions.

Une fois que vous aurez

trouvé la perle rare, prenez

en compte les frais de

rénovation et de notaire

et présentez votre offre.

Nous serons à vos côtés

pendant tout le processus

d'achat pour que l'expérience

soit la plus agréable

possible.

EXPERT ADVICE LEGGETT MAGAZINE

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