Hi, I had my iva agreed by creditors to end September this year and want to sell my property. Am I safe to start the process by just putting the house for sale and not accept any offers on the house till the completion certificate arrives? Every time I call my IVA company they tell me different things, for example I'm on the priority list and my certificate would be with me within two weeks, then chasing it up another 4/6 weeks, then chasing it up again it will take months as they have a back log. All my creditors have closed my accounts and balances zero all red flags removed, it's so so frustrating. thank you in advance
Nothing to stop you putting it on the market but a sale would not go through until you are off the Insolvency Register and your credit record is clear.
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There should be no issue until a prospective purchaser's conveyancer conducts a search against the title at Land Registry. Even when the completion certificate is issued you need to make sure that the IP submits an RX4 to remove the restriction ( this is sometimes overlooked) to avoid any embarrassing questions.
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