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Conveyancing In Broad Haven Q & A's

How much does our searches cost?

Searches range in cost, depending on the specific searches which have been ordered. Conveyancing searches are paid to a third party.

We need to complete this purchase as soon as possible, how can we get fast conveyancing in Broad Haven?

Firstly, faster conveyancing is crucial to is to use a proactive and experienced conveyancer. When finding a suitable a conveyancer, : Was there a delay delivering a quote? Do they use email as the preferred mode of communication? How soon will they order searches?

What causes conveyancing for a purchase to take weeks to complete? Isn't it just filing paperwork?

The legal work needed to sell or purchase a house or flat can be delayed even where there is no chain. Sometimes, the causes are out of the solicitor's control. We do our best to minimise the impact of these delays where feasible by chasing for prompt responses. There are numerous reasons for delay, such as difficulties with mortgage finance.

What specific things do I need to look out for if I’m buying a house on the coast?

With worsening weather and floods now becoming increasingly commonplace, with the media remarking on it in depth, buying a property that has a likelihood of flooding is a difficult decision to make. Not only is there the issue of cleaning up if it does flood, but insurance premiums will be much higher (and perhaps even prohibitive).

For homes in coastal areas, there is also the problem of coastal erosion, where some properties have been seen to literally fall into the sea.

However, the good news is that picking a home in a coastal region doesn’t automatically mean that it’s going to be subject to flooding or that it’s eventually going to slip into the sea. The searches ordered by your conveyancing solicitor will identify the level of risk associated with the property and, based on this, your solicitor may recommend that you take out specialist reports (e.g. from Landmark or other organisations) to get a more in-depth description of the risks and options. These are in addition to the standard set and will be charged to you as a disbursement at cost.

Your surveyor will also be able to identify evidence of previous floods and other problems during their inspection and provide advice in their report. If the problems are considered sufficiently severe, the surveyor may also note the specifics for further investigation by your conveyancing solicitor.

The estate agent we're using in Broad Haven has offered a property solicitor. Is it a good idea to instruct this solicitor?

Estate agent recommendations are a commonplace way for home buyers to find a solicitor. However, if the agent is paid a fee by the solicitor, it may be the case that the agent recommends the solicitor willing to pay the highest referral fee, not the best solicitor for your needs.

For a property valued at £1138000, how is stamp duty determined?

The Stamp Duty Land Tax that will be due will rely on the purchase price. On a £1138000 house in Broad Haven, stamp duty will be £56900 (information accurate January 2013).

The home I’m buying has been empty for two years; what questions should I be asking the solicitor, the estate agent, and the surveyor?

If a home has been empty for a considerable period (such as the two years mentioned here), there’s usually a reason for it. There is estimated to be around a quarter of a million properties in the country that have been empty for more than 6 months.

The primary reason is that the owner hasn’t the funds to renovate the property, or they’ve started gutting the place and run out of money to take it further, or perhaps there’s been a significant problem (e.g. fire or flood are common instances). Most likely, these properties will come up at auction.

Your estate agent will be aware of its history if the property is on their books, so you can find out a lot from them, the council will have an empty property officer, and the Land Registry will have information on the deeds. As far as the solicitor is concerned, they will establish the position on the property as part of the conveyancing, while the surveyor will have experience of checking out such properties, with the advice that you order a Building Survey (the most detailed of the options) to check out its structural integrity. Note that mortgage lenders will be more reluctant to offer a loan on such homes.

Ultimately, the ball is in your court and, if you want to pursue buying such a property, you need to be prepared to do the research, which can take up a lot of time.

The moving process can be bewildering and stressful. Let Homeward Legal look after the legal side of things for you and we'll guide you through the process from start to end. Call 0800 038 6699 to find out more.

Does your firm manage the conveyancing for auction properties in Broad Haven?

Our company is accustomed to working with property auction protocols. Often difficult to value houses for example Sold with defective legal titles, are purchased at auction which tend to necessitate extended examination before buying. Conveyancers therefore strongly suggest that buyers decide on a an affordable lawyer in advance of the property auction date for a detailed investigation of the legal papers.

Immediately following the date of the auction your selected lawyer is thoroughly prepared for completing the conveyancing within the limited time frame as conventionally required .