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You have been searching far and wide, trying to find your dream home and after weeks of searching, you have finally found it! You simply cannot wait for the purchase to go through so that you can start turning your new house into a home. But wait, before you make the biggest financial investment of your life, are you sure that you can trust the agency that you are working through? Are you sure that you are getting the best possible price and service? Are you sure you are legally protected if something goes wrong?

If you answered "no" or "I don't know" to the above, we can help. Never allow yourself to be pressurised into purchasing a property, take your time and make sure that this house has the potential to become your home.

What if we told you that there was a place where there are both agents and lawyers working together under the same roof and can handle your entire property transaction? 

As specialist property lawyers, we are fully capable and equipped to provide a comprehensive legal and conveyancing service on all your property transactions. Since we are attorneys, there is no need to go to an attorney for protection. Furthermore, each attorney has a trustworthy reputation and existing clientele. If one of our property attorneys sells your property, you may use his or her services in the conveyancing process, which adds convenience and efficiency.

But that's not all! The commission charged by estate agents varies, and the national average ranges between 5 and 7.5% plus VAT. When working with 3%.Com Properties, you are guaranteed a fixed commission of only 3% plus VAT. Now, you might be thinking, "what's the catch?" There is no catch!

Make sure to contact 3%.Com Properties today and take the first step towards finding your dream home and reap all the amazing benefits that are provided by our expert network of specialist property lawyers.

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied on as legal or other professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your legal adviser for specific and detailed advice. Errors and omissions excepted (E&OE)

Author: 3%.Com Properties

Submitted 28 May 19 / Views 547