Buying a home
Found a property
Seen a property you want to view? Call your local office and we’ll arrange a viewing to suit you
We will call you after your viewing to check what you thought about the property and also so that we can feedback this to the vendor
When you want to make an offer, simply let us know and we will inform the vendor.
In discussion with you, we will then negotiate with the vendor on your behalf.
We will let you know as soon as possible whether or not your offer has been accepted
When making an offer there are several factors a seller will consider when deciding whether to accept your offer or not they are:
The amount you offer
Have you a mortgage arranged – (click here for mortgage advice)
Your buying position i.e first time buyer, property to sell, whether it is sold or is there a chain involved
Confirm all offers in writing and instruct solicitors
Ensure everything is kept moving smoothly by chasing sellers, solicitors and other estate agents in the chain
If you arrange your mortgage through our mortgage services, we will ensure everything is in place and ready to go ahead when you are ready
Make sure you're informed regularly of progress
Let Whitneys arrange your mortgage
Give you independent advice on the whole of the broker mortgage market
Tell you how much you can borrow and what it will cost
Give you impartial advice on all the latest deals from all the main lenders
Offer you exclusive rates where we can
Save you time and inconvenience by arranging everything for you including filling out the forms and talking to lenders on your behalf click here for mortgage advice appointment
(Having assessed your position we can) qualify you quickly to the vendor that you are able to proceed with your finances in place
Giving you ongoing advice on other matters including insurance and protection issues
Whatever your circumstances, our friendly experienced staff will guide you through every step of the process. Simply click here to view all our insurance products.
THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE SECURING OTHER DEBTS AGAINST YOUR HOME.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP
REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE