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Guide for Vendors/Purchasers

Guide for Vendors/Purchasers

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Property type

Minimum price

Maximum price

Minimum bedrooms


  • Agree marketing price with Daniel Paul Residential (DPR)

  • Advise Vendor to arrange Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) and floor plans


  • Check EPC

  • Prepare sales details including photos

  • Advertise property on DPR's web site and other leading web portals

  • Contact registered clients about the new property


  • The person doing the viewings will be familiar with the property and local area

  • Appointments to be confirmed with the vendor

  • All applicants accompanied during the viewing

  • Regular feedback following viewing


  • Report all offers to the vendor


  • On receipt of Memorandum of Sale, instruct solicitor and pay for the searches

  • Submit formal mortgage application with survey fee


  • Instruct solicitor to prepare draft contract

  • Return completed all initial forms, fixtures and fittings list etc.

  • Purchaser's solicitors DPR vendor's solicitors

Purchaser's solicitor

  • On receipt of paperwork and fees apply for local searches

  • Prove contract and raise enquires

  • Report to purchaser and lender once satisfied with all enquiries

Daniel Paul Residential

  • Liaise with all parties to keep transaction moving

  • Arrange access for all surveys

  • Liaise with rest of chain, as necessary

  • Regularly update vendor and purchaser

  • Agree completion dates

Vendor's solicitor

  • Forward contract and title deeds to purchaser's solicitor

  • Answer all enquiries from Purchaser's solicitor

  • Approve contract


  • DPR Vendor

  • Sign formal mortgage offer

  • Sign and return contract with cleared funds for deposit

  • Confirm completion date

  • Authorise solicitor to exchange contracts

Exchange of contracts