Selling a House by Auction
Blanchardstown, Castleknock, Dublin City Centre
Selling a house by auction in Dublin or Blanchardstown can be the best way of securing the highest bidder.
Selling a house by auction in Dublin puts the market to the test and the house is worth what a buyer is willing to pay for it on the given day.
It is not for the faint-hearted however and it is generally for one-off unique style properties that attract a considerable number of potential bidders at a high value.
Auction Legal Process
The contract for sale with special conditions and all vouching documentation is prepared well in advance of the sale and made available at the same time that the property is being marketed to potential bidders. The purchaser’s name and the contract price is left blank until after the bidding is complete.
Your conveyancing solicitor attends at the auction and is available with you throughout the process to deal with any issues that arise and to oversee the execution of contracts and payment of the 10% deposit immediately following the auction if the property sells.
It is a more demanding and labour-intensive process to sell than by private treaty but for the right property, it can be the way to go to maximise your price.
The advice of your selling agent as to the method of sale is critical to maximise your price and interest in the property.
If you are considering selling your house by auction we would strongly advise an early meeting to review your intended sale and all of your available title documents.
Our experience in conveyancing and the market selling at auction is that with older period houses that come for auction there can be work required to gather all documents to prepare for sale particularly if the property has not been sold for a number of years on the open market.
At Carmody Moran Solicitors our aim is to make the process as straightforward and stress-free as possible. By meeting with you at an early stage we can work with you to navigate through the sale process as smoothly and easily as possible.
For further information on selling a house by auction in Dublin and to discuss your requirements please telephone Niamh Moran, our conveyancing solicitor, on 00353-1-827 2888 or use the quick enquiry form here.
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Your Expert Conveyancing Claims Legal Team in Blanchardstown
At Carmody Moran Solicitors in Blanchardstown our experienced conveyancing solicitors are on hand to advise and skilled in handling the process of selling a house by auction in Dublin or anywhere in Ireland.
The two partners of Carmody Moran Solicitors in Blanchardstown have a combined total of in excess of twenty five years professional legal experience. Together with their associates they aim to make the Court process as straight forward and navigable as possible while being on hand to alleviate their clients concerns and worries about going through the Court process.
Anthony Carmody is one of the founding Partners of Carmody Moran Solicitors.
He has significant experience in personal injury cases and general litigation having handled literally thousands of cases on behalf of clients based in Ireland and abroad.
Niamh Moran is one of the founding partners of Carmody Moran Solicitors and is a solicitor with wide ranging experience across all areas of general practice.
Niamh manages the family law, conveyancing in Dublin, and probate divisions of the practice. Niamh’s practice of law is extremely varied and she is regularly sought out for her expertise by clients and colleagues alike.
*While we have made every effort to provide accurate information, the law is always changing and it affects each person differently. This information is not a substitute for specific advice about you personally and it is not intended as legal advice. We will not be liable to you if you rely on this information. In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement. This statement is made in compliance with Reg.8 of SI 518 of 2002.
You should note that no solicitor/client relationship or duty of care or liability of any nature shall exist or be deemed to exist between Carmody Moran Solicitors and you until you have received a written letter of engagement from us in which we confirm our appointment as your Solicitors.
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