When you have decided to buy a property, there are some important things that you will have to think about. From the buyer’s point of view, the conveyancing is done mainly in five stages. These five stages include the pre-contractual stage, the act of exchanging contracts between both parties, the period between exchange of contracts and completion; then comes completion, and finally the stage after completion.
The pre-contractual stage is significant since this is when the contracts are made. While carrying out the procedures of making the contract,property solicitors always advise their clients to carry out a property survey before they make the purchase. Property surveys are important since without the survey of the property, you won’t be able to find what defects that property might have and you may end up taking the wrong decision.