Estate agents and vendors need to work together to get all the relevant documentation, photographs and sales particulars ready. They also need to consider any other remedial action to get the property both market ready and sale ready.

Vendors who may not have sold a house for a long time can often be confused by the questions in the Property Information Questionnaire (PIQ). Work with them to complete the PIQ as omissions and inaccuracies often lead to conveyancers raising queries which result in delays to the transaction. This in turn creates frustration for your vendors, delays payments and increases the likelihood of a transaction falling through.

Download the toolkit

Estate agents who are using the toolkit have reported a reducion in transaction times, down to seven weeks in some cases. 

Use these three toolkit documents alongside Land Registry title documents and plans, details of chain progression, sales particulars and proof of funds and/or a mortgage agreement in principle.

28 Jan 2020
Property Information Questionnaire (PIQ) for sales

This a vital tool in ensuring you meet your legal obligations under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations, and can help reduce fall throughs where a buyer discovers an issue which has an impact on their decision to purchase.

19 Nov 2019
Memorandum of Sale Checklist

Stakeholders from across the sector formed the Transaction Reform Group in order to find ways to speed up the buying and selling process. A Memorandum of Sale is sent to all parties as soon as a sale is agreed in principle.

03 Apr 2020
Declaration of offer form

Have the buyer complete a written declaration of offer rather than accepting it verbally so that you have clarification of their financial position and circumstances of selling so that this can then be shared with all parties, excluding confidential information, making everything transparent.


6 Apr 2020
Sales Protocol Toolkit webinar recording

Simon Wilkinson, Wilkinson Estate Agents
Simon runs through the benefits of using our Sales Protocol Toolkit. The toolkit encourages agents and vendors to work together to get the property market and sale ready.

WEBINAR

09 Jul 2020
Court case brings to light the importance of Sales Protocol Toolkit

A recent case where a surveyor failed to identify serious remedial issues has highlighted the importance of using Propertymark’s Sales Protocol Toolkit to help minimise potential misconduct when selling a property.

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Introducing Hipla for quicker transactions

Lack of speed in transactions is an ever increasing problem for members so we are pleased to offer Hipla's support to help speed up property sales.

Hipla's distinctive platform combines our Property Information Questionnaire (PIQ) with the Law Society’s transaction protocol forms: TA6, TA7 and TA10. They have removed the duplication between these forms by pre-populating data where possible and have transformed the process into an extremely easy to use, consumer friendly mobile platform.

It uniquely satisfies an agent’s CPR obligations whilst also fully completing (and signing) the necessary transaction protocol forms required by conveyancers.

Visit the Hipla website to find out more: hipla.co.uk
or email: [email protected]