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Why trust us with your move?

Lawler & Co. are a bespoke independent estate agency with prominent branches located in both Marple, Hazel Grove & Poynton.

Modern, proactive marketing techniques are combined with a strong emphasis on customer service. We invite you to visit our contemporary, stylish premises to meet our experienced sales teams who will be happy to discuss your individual requirements.

We provide a fresh approach to buying and selling property in Marple, Hazel Grove, Poynton and the surrounding areas including Marple Bridge, Mellor, Strines, Disley, High Lane, Compstall, Romiley, Hazel Grove, Offerton, Adlington and Mile End.

If you are considering a move please call into one of our friendly offices or telephone your local branch and we can arrange for one of our valuers to visit your home and provide pre sale marketing advice plus a free no obligation valuation. We can have your property up and running within 24 hours of instruction!

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What documents will I be asked for when selling my house?

Whether you have owned your house for one year or twenty years, you may have had works or repairs carried out prior to or during your ownership. When you sell a property, your buyer will require information on what works have been carried out and when. So what documents, certificates and paperwork might you need to provide? Windows and doors If you have had replacement windows or doors since 2002, you will likely be asked to provide the FENSA certificates. The window fitting company should be able to issue this certificate to you, providing it is a reputable company. If you have lost your certificate, you can request a duplicate online. Note that this will only work if the window company has properly registered the works with FENSA. Electrical Any replacement electrical work or rewiring carried out by an electrician should have an electrical safety certificate or a building regulations compliance certificate. You should keep hold of all documentation to provide to your buyer. Replacement boiler A CORGI or gas safe certificate should be provided with a new boiler. Again, if you have had a replacement boiler you should keep this documentation. Service records Your buyer may request copies of the latest service records for boilers and electrical works. If you cannot provide the service records, some buyers may request an up to date service to be carried out. If you do regularly service your boiler or electrics, always maintain the service records. Alterations/extensions If you have extended the exterior, altered the interior of your property or added a conservatory or decking, you will need evidence of the required planning permission and building regulation approval to do so. There are some permitted developments rights, and therefore not all works require planning permission or building regulations approval. Before you carry out any works,... Read more →

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