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Once you have accepted an offer on your property, you will want to see your Under Offer sign change to SOLD as soon as possible! This is where an experienced, approachable and proactive solicitor will really make the difference. Here at Raeside Chisholm we believe that preparation is key in all conveyancing matters. That is why when you approach us to convey your property we will check your title and your home report to check for any matter which may cause the purchaser an issue. Many proud home owners in Netherlee, Clarkston, Giffnock and Newton Mearns have carried out improvements to their property over the years. Similarly, tenement properties in Shawlands, Strathbungo, Mount Florida and Langside are often remodelled or altered to improve their layout. You may not know that you require local authority consents for these works. This is where we can help. We will ensure that you are in a position to complete the sale from the earliest stage in the transaction so that you are not facing inconvenient, stressful and sometimes costly delays towards your date of entry. To find out more about selling your property in the south side contact us on 0141 248 3456.

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