Buying or selling your home is possibly one of the biggest financial transactions you may make over your lifetime, so it is not surprising that the entire process can often seem very daunting. Understanding how the conveyancing process works will help you feel in control, and ensure all legalities have been covered within any specified time frame for your peace of mind.
Conveyancing is a term essentially used to describe the preparation of the necessary documents required to conveyance a property; no one can buy or sell their home, without going through the conveyancing process. Consequently, it is essential that you seek the help of a reputable solicitor to guide you through this process in the most efficient manner.
The dedicated team at Broadbents Solicitors have a wealth of experience behind them, helping to ease any stress you may feel throughout your house move, and ensure you receive all answers you need before finalising your transaction, ensuring you achieve the most preferable outcome for you.
The conveyancing process begins once an offer has been accepted on a property and comes to completion when the final contracts have been signed and all monies have been transferred to complete the transaction.
Although all solicitors are qualified to carry out conveyancing, not all are experienced in this area of law. However, when you work alongside the highly skilled team at Broadbents Solicitors, you work with a team well versed in such processes, ensuring your transaction is completed without delay, at a very competitive cost.
Typically, when instructed to do so, your chosen solicitor will carry out vital checks regarding your property with organisations including, but not limited to, the local authority for the area you are purchasing in and utility companies who can decipher if there are any impending building plans in close proximity to your home.
Other checks carried out will be to discover whether the property is categorised as a high flood risk area, or if there are any financial liabilities on the property from previous occupants.
Your dedicated conveyancing solicitor will inform you of any costs you may incur, such as stamp duty, and communicate with your mortgage lender to ensure you can proceed efficiently. Our professional conveyancing services will save you a lot of time and ensure you can make the best decisions regarding your transaction. Contact our knowledgeable team today.