1. The Letter

We use Companies House information to identify companies and individuals that we believe will benefit from our specialist service. Once we identify you, we will send a letter introducing ourselves and our fresh approach.

2. The Information

We would love to talk to you by phone to discuss your property or company and to introduce you to our expert service. At this stage we will ask you to provide as much information regarding the property and your value expectations as you are happy to provide.

3. The Meeting

One of our team will arrange to meet with you in person to talk through more detail and view the properties, if possible. This will provide us with the information we need to make a decision.

4. The Offer

Following our meeting, we will be in touch via email and post to provide you with our decision regarding your properties, sending you an offer if applicable. If you decide to accept our offer, we will begin the acquisition process. This will involve the instruction of solicitors for both parties. If the transaction involves a company sale, accountants will also need to be instructed.

5. The Sale Process

We will put together a memorandum of sale providing you with all the details you need regarding our offer. This will also include our accountant and solicitor contact information.

Once you have received this, we will arrange a conference call with everyone listed on the memorandum of sale. Here we will decide the best timeline for the sale, and arrange a face-to-face meeting to exchange the contracts.

6. Due Diligence

We will also be conducting due diligence during the process. This involves our solicitors and accountants gathering and understanding all the property information, and any company accounts information needed for a share sale.

7. The Exchange

Once the due diligence is completed, we can meet to finalise our contracts and exchange. This is the face-to-face meeting arranged back at the beginning of the sale process, and cannot be undertaken remotely.

8. The Completion

The final completion will take place within 16 weeks of exchange of contracts.