You have worked hard to reach the stage of buying a house. More than likely, it will be the single biggest investment you’ll ever have to make. It’s a complex process; but is very easily manageable with the right conveyancing solicitor by your side.
Your solicitor is central to the whole transaction of buying and selling a home. They have the essential qualifications, knowledge and experience which ensures everything goes as smoothly as possible. When things go wrong (and they can do), your solicitor is there to help sort them out.
Once you have decided to buy or sell a home, you should immediately talk to your solicitor about all the arrangements. They can then discuss with your potentially how long it takes to buy or sell a house, provide you with a checklist for buying a house in Ireland and the cost of buying or selling a house.
You will also be advised on things like paying the deposit, arranging the mortgage and getting a surveyor. Throughout the process, your solicitor will keep you informed of all the developments and the relevant deadlines. Your solicitor is also responsible for putting together all the necessary paperwork and documentation on your behalf.
Buying or selling a house in Ireland normally takes a few months. Patience is essential. It is important to work closely with your solicitor and to keep him/her informed of any new developments.
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