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Special price for Phillip Arnold Auctions customers –a SPAR report from just £149 including VAT

Solicitors Pre-Auction Report (SPAR)

Auction companies recommend that you have the legal pack reviewed by a solicitor prior to bidding to ensure you are fully aware of the legal status of the property. By having a property’s legal documentation reviewed by a professional, you can be more sure of your investment and more confident in your auction purchase.

Our SPAR (Solicitors Pre-Auction Report) is a comprehensive report completed by a Property Solicitor which gives you peace of mind before the bidding begins.

What if the solicitor identifies a problem?

If your SPAR solicitor identifies an issue with the legal pack documentation, they will recommend what action you can take to reduce your risk prior to the auction.

28 day Conveyancing for SPAR customers

With auctions, speed in the conveyancing process is key. Buyers pay a deposit on the day of the Property Auction and must complete the purchase within 28 days, or sometimes less. While standard conveyancing typically takes around 56 days, a Fridaysmove solicitor can push your purchase through more quickly. Solicitors we work with are experienced with auction properties and everything that the conveyancing process entails for these types of purchases.

If you are successful, Friday’s move will discount the cost of your SPAR report against full conveyancing should you wish to continue and use our service, provided you use the same solicitor and it is the same property.

Seller’s Legal Pack

Fridaysmove act for sellers too.

If you are a seller wanting to assemble the legal documentation before an auction, or if you are an auctioneer looking for the rapid and accurate compilation of Auction Legal Packs’, call us now for more information on how we can help.

Rapid Pre-Auction Surveys

Don’t risk it – It isn’t just legally problematic property that finds its way into property auctions. Structurally defective property is also common and buying without a survey is risky.

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