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'How long will it take for my house to go through?' 
 
Sale to completion, the average time it will take for your house to go through is 3 months, however, keep in mind that each case is different.  
 
It can be overwhelming this blog we will break it down with you, so you know the DOs and DON'Ts of what to do when your house is going through. 
DO's 
 
- Once you have made an offer, it is important to be patient as there may be a few offers on the property the estate agent will need to speak to the vendor regarding your offer. They then will call you to let you know if you offer has been accepted or rejected. 
 
-DO remember your estate agents and solicitors are there for a reason, use them! If you have any queries, no question is too small if it’s giving you peace of mind. 
 
DON'Ts 
 
- Try not to put too much pressure on yourself, it can be quite stressful. The estate agent and solicitor are there to help you with any worries you have. 
 
-DON'T forget to continue paying the Bills and Mortgage if you have one until the property has completed. 
So, you're probably wondering how long it will take for your house to go through. Normally it is around 6 to 12 weeks. But it is a case-by-case basis. It isn’t always true that cash purchases go through quicker than a mortgage purchase. 
It is true that if there is no onward chain it should be completed in the timeline of 8-12 weeks if there is no onward chain. The term Onward chain means the seller of the property you are purchasing is buying on. 
 
If you want more information, please email us below. We're here to help! 
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