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Last updated: 8 April 2021

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What are the legal terms and conditions for purchasing a property?

In the UK, you must complete a property survey, apply for a mortgage, and retain the services of an attorney to handle the legal parts of the deal. If the property’s cost exceeds a specific amount, stamp duty is also due.

What steps must I take to buy a property in the UK?

In the UK, purchasing a home normally entails finding a house, submitting an offer, and having the seller accept the offer. After that, you will need to conduct a property inspection and retain a lawyer to manage the legal parts of the purchase. After the legal work is done, you’ll make the deposit payment and finalise the transaction.

What typical clauses do property sale contracts contain as contingencies?

A real estate sale contract frequently contains clauses for financing, house inspection, and appraisal contingencies. These contingencies allow the buyer to cancel the deal if specific requirements are not completed.