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Conveyancing in Brondesbury Q & A's

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Updated: 19/04/18

Local Brondesbury attractions

Fenton House National Trust Kenwood House English Heritage and Kentish Town St Luke Churches Conservation Trust are in the vicinity of Brondesbury.

Commuters are well catered for with Brondesbury situated with good motorway access approximately 2 miles of the A40M.

The nearest airport to Brondesbury is Northolt Jet Centre Airport. Heathrow Terminals 1 2 3 Airport is 12 miles, Luton Airport is 25 miles, London City Airport is 12 miles, London Heliport Airport is 6 miles, Heathrow Terminal 5 Airport is 14 miles, Heathrow Terminal 4 Airport is 13 miles, Elstree Airport is 10 miles, White Waltham Airport is 25 miles and London Biggin Hill Airport is 18 miles away. Brondesbury train station is about a mile from Brondesbury.

The closest hospital to Brondesbury is H Of St John & St Elizabeth London.

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How do we get a cheap solicitor quote to purchase a freehold house?

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Many online and high street solicitors advertise theoretically 'the cheapest conveyancing quotes', but additional charges are often hiding in the solicitor's terms which unwary buyers fail to check.

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What is gazumping?

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Gazumping describes when one buyer's offer is rejected, following initial acceptance, by the seller, choosing instead a second purchaser's offer. Although being gazumped is less common in a declining market, there will always be a risk. You should instruct a conveyancing solicitor early to reduce the chance of your transaction being gazumped.

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Does your company deal with auction conveyancing in Brondesbury?

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Our company is familiar with residential property auction protocols. Regularly unusual lots for example thatched cottages, are sold at property auctions which demand supplementary review by the conveyancer We therefore suggest that bidders formally instruct a conveyancing lawyer in advance of the auction day to allow time

for a detailed investigation. Immediately following the date of the auction your appointed lawyer is wholly geared up to completing the purchase in as short a time frame as typically required .

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We are purchasing a £166000 Brondesbury property, how is stamp duty worked out?

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The Stamp Duty owed will depend on the value of the house or flat. Stamp duty will be £1660 on a £166000 residential property (information accurate 01/01/2013).

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Would you recommend looking into how to hold off paying for stamp duty?

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Stamp Duty Land Tax usually must be paid for homes over £125,000. Homeward Legal do not advise buyers arrange any stamp duty avoidance, as such schemes are expensive and HMRC may challenge a scheme up to six years later meaning that the full stamp duty amount will then be due.

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For fast legal work on the purchase of a £419,000 house, what should we ensure to speed up the transaction?

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Key to a fast transaction is to use a proactive and experienced property lawyer. When identifying an appropriate a property lawyer, you should ask yourself the following: Did you experience any delays when requesting a quote? Which communication methods do they use? Days can be wasted waiting for letters in the post which could be emailed or faxed. How soon will they order searches?

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If we are intending to purchase near Brondesbury, in the parish of North Audley Street, do we need a chancel search?

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Whether you are buying a property in Brondesbury or elsewhere in the county, the lawyer may suggest that a chancel search is taken out. Although some church councils have determined to charge chancel repairs on the current owners of land subject to chancel liability, it cannot be guaranteed that a parish in which lay rectors have not been expected to pay chancel repair dues recently will remain liability-free for new owners. It is not safe to rely on the historical behaviour of the parish council alone as a guide.

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How much can our searches be?

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Conveyancing searches ranges in cost. These searches are charged 'at cost'.