The first thing you should do is contact your solicitor. Your solicitor will need to review your title deeds immediately in order to prepare a contract for the sale of your house and take full instructions from you on the details. You should also ensure that your auctioneer or estate agent send what is called the "sales advice note" to your solicitor as well as the solicitor for the purchaser. The sales advice note includes details about you and the purchasers, your respective solicitors, the price, the proposed closing date, whether contents are included, and other relevant matters.
There are several pieces of information and documentation that your solicitor will need and you should start getting them together now so that they will be ready even before a sale is agreed, in case any issues arise that need to be resolved.
YOU WILL NEED TO GET THE FOLLOWING: