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Jargon busting tips when selling/buying a home
22/11/2016
12:02 pm
patrickvernon
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Whether it’s our job, our hobbies, our education or our health, there will be certain times in our lives when we need to learn some new terms. At the start of any process it can be quite confusing picking up the lingo.

But if you’re thinking of buying or selling your home you don’t need to have the same worries thanks to the handy guide below.

Cutting a swathe through the confusing words and terminology associated with offloading and acquiring homes, the list takes you from the initial stages of the listing through to the swapping of contracts and completion.

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