I have lost my title deeds, can I still sell my house?
One stumbling block that homeowners sometimes face when trying to sell their house or flat is the fact that they can’t locate the title deeds. These are legal documents that include significant details about the history of who owned a property.
Top questions about selling a house with lost title deeds
We have a long list of very highly satisfied homeowners who have sold their houses and flats to us, both with and without title deeds. Some of the top questions that people ask us when trying to sell with missing title deeds include:
✅ Is it an absolute requirement to have my title deeds to sell my home?
If your property title is registered with HM Land Registry there is no need for you to provide your title deeds. If your title is unregistered, there are some additional steps that you will need to go through as part of the sale process.
✅ What is the simplest way to get a copy of my title deeds?
If you aren’t in possession of your title deeds personally, we would suggest contacting the solicitor that assisted in the purchase of your property or your mortgage company.
✅ What should I do if HM Land Registry doesn't list me as an owner?
If that’s the case then the sale process can be a little more complicated, but it’s still possible. We would suggest giving us a call to discuss your personal situation further.
Call LDN Properties to discuss selling your house even with lost title deeds
Since launching in 2003, LDN Properties has helped many homeowners eager to sell by making fast and competitive offers to buy without charging any fees. If you want to sell an unregistered property and have lost your title deeds, please get in touch with us to discuss the next steps.
You can chat with our friendly team of experts by calling 020 7183 3022, or alternatively click the "Request Offer" button below for a no-obligation, no-cost quote for selling your home.
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