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Guide to avoiding delays in selling your property

Selling or buying a property is one of the most significant financial decisions you will make. It often involves navigating a complex journey filled with legal requirements, documentation, and coordination among multiple stakeholders. In Ireland, the property sale process can be particularly intricate, involving up to 15 different parties, including financial institutions, government agencies like the Revenue Commissioners, and local authorities.

Despite ongoing efforts to digitise parts of this process, much of it remains entrenched in paperwork and stringent regulations. Understanding the potential hurdles and intricacies involved is crucial for a smooth transaction. Whether you’re dealing with title deeds, planning permissions, or financial clearances, being well-prepared can significantly reduce delays in your property sale.

To help you navigate these challenges, the Law Society and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland have developed a detailed guide. This resource is designed to assist you in identifying and avoiding potential delays in selling your property. It covers everything from assembling your team of professionals to gathering essential documentation and understanding legal requirements. By following this guide, you can tackle common obstacles effectively and expedite your property sale process.

Guide to avoid common delays in a property sale

Selling a property in Cork or West Cork?

Contact DNG Galvin, your trusted estate agents in Bandon, today for a consultation. Let us help you achieve your property goals with our expert advice and unparalleled market exposure.

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