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A transfer of equity occurs when a property owner wishes to change the legal ownership of the property. Reasons include marriage, divorce and tax planning.

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Conveyancing in Snettisham Q & A's

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Updated: 18/10/16

Kings Lynn train station is about 10 miles from Snettisham and Snettisham's closest airport is Norwich International Airport (35 miles).

Sandringham is a nearby hospital.


I need to find a cheap solicitor quote to purchase a home. Will I get a quote or and estimate?


Many solicitors offer 'the cheapest conveyancing quotes'. Often additional charges will be included in the small print.


Which local authority is responsible for Snettisham?


Snettisham is located in King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council, King's Court, Chapel Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1EX, contact: 01553 616 203


Are the many conservation areas in Snettisham likely to affect us?


Conservation areas cover regions of 'special architectural and historic interest'. Your conveyancing lawyer will advise further, in regard to relevant conservation area restrictions in Snettisham.


How soon should you instruct a conveyancer to act on our sale?


The straightforward answer is, instructing as soon as possible is wise. Some groups suggest holding off instruction until an offer has been firmly agreed, but doing so will put you at a disadvantage compared to better prepared buyers, or if your buyer decides to pull out due to delays.


What sort of inquiry in connection with the risk and history of floods at Norfolk will the property lawyer in Snettisham examine?

A key part of the legal process carried out when buying a property involves the conveyancing solicitor making an application for property conveyancing searches that go in specific information in relation to Snettisham flood risk area. A more specialist flood risk search (e.g Homecheck) may be suggested by a Snettisham conveyancing solicitor if the results of the initial searches suggest flood risk to the property.


Which Snettisham lenders do you work with?


The Homeward Legal group have solicitors with experience working alongside most lenders registered with the Council of Mortgage Lenders. A number of mortgage specialists operate in Snettisham, such as Barret Batchelor Mortgage Service, 27-28 Tuesday Market Pl, King's Lynn, PE30 1JJ, Salus Financial Solutions, Signpost House/Ambassador Way, Dereham, NR20 3TL, and Shapland, White Hart St, East Harling, Norwich, NR16 2NE.


How much time should conveyancing legal work usually require? I already have an offer.


For most Snettisham property, the length of time taken to transfer a property is not wholly predictable. This is dependent on a broad set of issues which may affect the property. These may include whether a mortgage lender requires particular searches. Nationally, the average is up to twelve weeks, but we aim for faster conveyancing, driving the transaction to complete within 6 to 8 weeks.


For a fast exchange and completion on the purchase of a £ 187k house, what should we do?


Crucial to faster conveyancing is to instruct a proactive solicitor. There are a number of things you as the buyer can do to accelerate the legal work. These include:

  • asking for property searches to be ordered immediately
  • promptly answering your solicitor's questions (by email if possible)
  • arranging your mortgage offer