When selling a property there is a bit of ground work to be conscious of in preparing for the sale. Effectively when selling a property you have to update the title and remedy any defects of it so a purchasers solicitor can stand over the title of it to either a bank or to their client. Updating the title is vital therefore and would include matters like, paying off the local property tax to the end of the year, ensuring you have a certificate of exemption or discharge from non principle private residency tax (NPPR), ensuring that there are no outstanding issues regarding boundaries with neighbours and making sure your septic tank is in order. Coupled with that if you are married you will need to furnish your solicitor with a copy of your marriage certificate for your family home declaration and the purchasers solicitor will need your PPS number to pay the stamp duty on the purchase. We can help you navigate all these matters on the sale of your property and as we’re from and based locally in Clane, we know the area and have great working relationship with local auctioneers and solicitors in Clane, Celbridge, Naas and the greater Kildare area. We believe in a pragmatic approach to the conveyancing process to get the deal over the line on behalf of our clients.