Get your free preview copy
How to Really Buy a Property
≡ Menu
≡ Menu

I don't understand the terminology on property websites

Answer

There is a special section on this site called Property Terminology where you can get to know property jargon a little better. The full glossary is also at the back of the book.

Search Results for '' in
How to Really Buy a Property

"... it's worth preparing for viewings; What documents you should have to hand; Why agents ask questions that could cause you offence; The terminology used by agents; The difference between Chain Free and Vacant Possession; Why you can't get a mortgage on some properties; The characteristics of a..."
"... all means that you can step out and start viewing properties straight away although if you do not want to waste your own time it is worth taking a moment to familiarise yourself with the common terminology that will be bounded around. You will also find the more professional agents do require certain documents before they are prepared to spend time with you. As such you will need to..."
"... certain documents before they are prepared to spend time with you. As such you will need to know: How to prepare for your viewings Common terminology How to make an offer - Preparing for Viewings - There are two parts to your preparation: Documentation you will find..."
"... in your own mind which requirement will be dropped. See Working With Estate Agents for details on how the professionals do it. - Common terminology - Before you step through the door of your first viewing there are a number of new words and terms to be familiar with. Some of these are..."
"... you step through the door of your first viewing there are a number of new words and terms to be familiar with. Some of these are surrounded by myths and hearsay. This terminology is used by the estate agents both on their details and when they speak to you, in other words they generally assume you know..."

"... of the buyer, the vendor and the solicitors; Why solicitors argue with each other; The pitfalls at each stage; Explanations of the documents and terminology; When the vendor's solicitor can cause the vendor stress; What is a complete document, and what is not. Before you..."

"... order to help you cut through the mess that is so easily generated, here are the questions that need to be answered and how, very often, you can get the answers much faster. If you want to understand the theory and terminology used in this text a little better make sure you have read Chapter 17: The Property Buying Process in..."

Search Results for '' in
Property FAQ

Search Results for '' in
Property Terminology

There were no results for 'terminology' in Propery Terminology

Author of How to Really Buy a Property

I'm Tim Hill, Author of How to Really Buy a Property. I'm a property buyer, seller, landlord, tenant and I've been an agent in hundreds of transactions. I own a property portfolio across Europe but that doesn't mean I think you should to!

This book is my collective knowledge and experience that I have gained working within the property market of England and Wales for over a decade. I've written it so that you can benefit from what I have learnt whether you are a first time buyer or a budding buy-to-let investor.

There are no gimmicks here and no get rich quick schemes - just practical no nonsense advice so you can buy the property you want at the best price with the least stress.

Download the Free Preview copy right now. I won't be asking for your email so I can bombard your inbox with 'special offers' and 'discounts' because I know most people who read the Free Preview buy the full copy. See for yourself!