Step one – Notify Sales
If you are a resident of Weald Living and you wish to sell your extra care apartment, our sales team must be notified. You can do this by emailing email@example.com.
Once notified a Counter Notice letter will be sent to you. The Counter Notice letter will outline your responsibilities as a seller and what needs to be done in order to get the apartment listed for sale.
The letter also sets out the costs you will incur, such as the fees payable for the nomination of a buyer. The sales team has a database of those who have expressed interest in Extra Care developments and may have a waiting list of potential applicants.
Step two – Supply required information to enable the property to be listed for resale
Once you have read the Counter Notice letter you will need to:
Step three – Property is listed on the Weald Living website
Once the sales team have the required information, your property will be uploaded to the Weald Living website. If we are unable to identify a buyer within eight weeks, you can instruct an estate agent of your choice to also market the property.
Step four – Buyer application processed
If an applicant wishes to progress their interest in your property, they will be asked to provide financial documents. On satisfactory completion of a financial assessment, they will then be invited to have a scheme assessment with the scheme manager. Provided the scheme manager is happy to progress the application, a formal offer will be made.
Step five – Formal offer
Once the potential buyer has been formally offered the property, they will need to complete and return the formal offer forms and pay a reservation fee. When we are in receipt of these, we will instruct our solicitor and send out the memorandum of sale.