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Selling Procedures

If you’re thinking of selling your property through Belair Property, the first thing to do is get in touch with us to schedule a viewing so that one of our consultants can meet you and have a look around the property. Our consultant will then speak to you about the property and try to get as much information as possible before making an evaluation. If you decide to take the property onto the market with us, s/he will take the necessary photos and measurements and collect all the information needed to prepare a property listing. 

We then present you with a document which outlines the details of how you would like to market the property, such as whether to use us as on an open agency with multiple agents, or on an exclusive sole agency basis (see Commission Rates section for more details). Once you have made your decision we’ll ask you to sign that document and our agent will enter all the relevant information into our company database before proceeding to market your property to prospective clients within that database.

Appointments will be made to show the property, or if keys are provided the agent will go ahead and show the property without the need to distract you from your daily routine.

Once we find an interested client, we provide our assistance and guidance to both you and the Purchaser with the aim of settling on a price and terms and conditions.

The ‘Promise of Sale’ is usually held at a Notary of the Purchaser’s choice or sometimes as advised by Belair Property. The agreement is drafted, signed and a deposit (generally 10%) is usually paid to the Vendor or held by the Notary, depending on what has been agreed.

The Notary conducts the necessary legal searches and obtains the necessary documentation to satisfy both the Purchaser’s and Vendors legal requirements.

Once all Notary searches, architects reports and bank loan approval (where applicable) are satisfied, then the final contract is signed, funds are exchanged and the keys are handed over to the Purchaser. The agreed commission is paid to the Agency on signing of the final contract.