Whether you’re searching for your new home or want to improve your investment portfolio, we will help you find your perfect purchase. A member of the sales team will listen to your needs before conducting a search of the Leeds property market. You can then view these properties and if happy, we’ll work with all parties involved until completion. If you’re looking for a new home, get in touch today or scroll down to view our FAQs. Alternatively, register today to receive details of new properties that may be of interest.
What areas do you cover and what properties do you sell?
We sell, rent and manage properties throughout Leeds and the surrounding areas. From city centre apartments, family homes, small terraces to vast detached properties, we sell and let a range of quality homes.
When can I view the property?
We can arrange viewings from Monday to Saturday 9 am to 7 pm. We understand that people live busy lives and sometimes these times are not suitable for them. That’s why we’ll try to organise a time that suits you – even if it’s not within the usual viewings times.
Who will conduct the viewings?
A member of our trained sales team will meet you at the property and accompany you.
Can I view the property more than once?
Yes – we advise that you do. Buying a property is probably the biggest purchase you will ever make so we encourage you to take your time when viewing properties and return with friends and family members. If you would like a further viewing just call the office and we will be happy to arrange a time for you to view you the property again.
I need a mortgage. What should I do?
Getting the right mortgage is crucially important and could save you hundreds of pounds in the long run. Book an appointment with an Independent Financial Advisor today and let them find a mortgage that suits you.
What is an EPC?
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) indicates how energy efficient the property is and grades the efficiency from A to G, A being the most efficient. The certificate is valid for 10 years.
How do I choose the right solicitor?
Choosing the correct solicitor can be daunting and if you get it wrong, it can cost you. We work with a number of efficient and experienced solicitors that specialise in conveyancing. We are always happy to refer you.
What is the difference between leasehold and freehold?
Freehold means that you own the property (both the building and land) outright. Leasehold is more common when talking about apartments. The freeholder owns the building and land but homebuyers can buy a lease a property from them.
What does no chain/chain-free mean?
This phrase is used when the person selling the property does not need to sell the current property in order to buy another one. This means that the buying process won’t be delayed as a result of them trying to find a new home.
What is stamp duty?
In England, you have to pay Stamp Duty when you buy a residential property, which is more than £125,000 (or more than £40,000 for second homes). The amount you have to pay may differ but it applies to freehold and leasehold properties – whether you’re are using a mortgage or not.
If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.