Closing Dates in Conveyancing Transactions-Practical Property Advice

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It’s always worth bearing in mind that you should treat the closing date as a “target date” to be reached by both parties to the transaction. It is not uncommon for things to go awry on that date. The purchaser doesnt have cleared funds from his lending institution on the day. The Vendor is in a chain and his house is not ready so he wont budge until it is. You name it and it can go wrong. Leave yourself some margin for error. That’s not to say everyone needs to work hard towards closing on that date. All we are saying is that it is prudent and will make it less stressful if you havent given notice on your exisiting accomodation for that date.

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