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Thank you for your message. I am happy to help you but please provide a little more information. Where is this property situated and who is the legal owner of this property? Have you made enquiries about the title with the Land Registry? Does it have a clear title i.e. no liens or charges? Do you want a complete written contract with all terms and conditions?
Thank you for your message. Sorry I had to ask the administration of this service as to how I can proceed with drafting of your contract. I have been informed to offer you a premium service. If you accept it, I will be happy to draft property purchase contract for you. That is the next logical step in your proposed transaction. Also may I suggest that you also consider undertaking a property survey. Certainly you can look over the house yourself and this can give you some idea of its condition, but there is no doubt that a trained eye will show you all the problems which you would not pick up on. A survey might seem to cost a lot, but you will kick yourself if you have to pay out thousands of pounds later on for major repairs of faults you didn't know about when you bought it. If major defects are uncovered you might even think again about your purchase, or you could be in a position to renegotiate the price. A home is a massive investment and it is worth paying a few hundred pounds for a survey at this stage as it could save you much bigger sums, and lots of hassle, later on. I am offering you a premium service please let me know if you wish to accept.
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