Process of Purchase
How to buy property from us
Frequently Asked Questions
A potential buyer should know everything about the property. From the ownership, when property was constructed, recent renovations, defects of the property and even information about the neighbourhood in which the property is situated.
Amenities in the neighbourhood and security are of top most interest to most potential buyers.
A potential buyer is expected to do a diligent search at the Lands Commission to know the legal owners of the land. A potential buyer should request for a site plan to the land he/she wants to buy to conduct the search at the Public and Vested Land Management Department (PVLMD) and Survey and Mapping Division of the Lands Commission.
This should happen before the negotiation for the property starts.
Clients are given 21 days from the expiry of the agreement to either complete payment or agree on an extension with interest.
If after these there has not been a sign of goodwill to pay, Primdale reserves the right to terminate the agreement, relocate the client to a different property or refund part of the monies paid exclusive of administrative charges.
Land Title Registration confers an indefeasible title on the proprietor of the land under PNDCL 152 and it is applicable in Accra, Tema, Kumasi and some parts of Winneba (the “Registration Districts”).
Plotted (registered) Land is land that is not titled but its details are recorded in the records of the Public and Vested Lands Management Division (PVLMD) of the Lands Commission. All plotted lands must undergo further processing at the Lands Commission for the title to be issued.
NB: Titled lands are more expensive than Plotted Lands and it gives its holder security of tenure.
A customer is expected to book an appointment with us at least a day to the inspection day. We will tell the client the time and location. Inspection with a potential client is free of charge.