17 Aug Early Possession v Early Access
There is often confusion from buyers and sellers alike between early possession and early access.
Early possession is taking full possession of the property and moving in like the property is yours (subject to terms and conditions) whereas early access is having access to the property for a short time for an intended purpose such as storing belongings, obtaining quotes for trades work or taking measurements for furniture.
Either option requires the seller and buyer to come to an acceptable agreement and often comes with it terms and conditions.
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