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If you are buying, selling or remortgaging a house or flat in Caerphilly, you will need to appoint a lawyer to carry out the legal work for you. Our property lawyers have many years’ experience helping home buyers and sellers in Caerphilly, and our pragmatic approach means that we move you in the shortest possible time.

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Our solicitors carry out all the conveyancing work for your house move for a fixed fee.

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You will not be charged any solicitors fees, if for any reason your transaction does not complete.

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With local experience, our solicitors will lead you through the whole of your sale or purchase.

Conveyancing in Caerphilly: A mover's guide

In the heart of south Wales, the county borough of Caerphilly is an ideal location for those who want urban life close at hand but the beauty of nature on their doorstep.

With its main town of Caerphilly just eight miles from Cardiff, this borough is paradise for those who love wetlands and woodlands.

Whatever inspires your home move, we have all the detail you need on conveyancing in Caerphilly to make your dream move come true.

What does conveyancing in Caerphilly involve?

Conveyancing is simply the process of buying and selling property, including all the paperwork and legal formalities for buying, selling, remortgaging and transferring equity. When you instruct a conveyancing solicitor in Caerphilly, they will start the process, including requesting searches on the property for buyers, negotiating the price with the other party's solicitor, exchanging contracts and transferring funds. Homeward Legal only works with fully qualified solicitors for all conveyancing in Caerphilly. Find out more about the conveyancing services we offer here.


How do I get a quote conveyancing in Caerphilly?

With our online quote builder, you'll get a quote for conveyancing in Caerphilly on screen in minutes. All we need is some information about your transaction, about you and the property. Our team is also available seven days a week on . Or, if you prefer, ask for a callback at a more convenient time.


How much does conveyancing in Caerphilly cost?

There is no one-price-fits-all for conveyancing in Caerphilly. The final bill will depend on several factors, such as the value of the property involved. A Caerphilly conveyancing transaction will include solicitors' and Land Registry fees and costs for a surveyor and Land Transaction Tax for a buyer. The final bill will also include fees for searches and bank transfers. For an idea of conveyancing costs in Caerphilly, check out our guide to average conveyancing fees.

The conveyancing process explained

Read our step-by-step guide to the conveyancing process.

Where are Caerphilly's best home-mover destinations?

The county's main town and namesake of Caerphilly is also the biggest urban location, offering a range of properties from typical terraces to newbuilds, ex-local authority and bungalows. Blackwood, Risca, Bargoed and Ystrad Mynach are the county's other biggest towns, along with Newbridge, Rhymney, Nelson and Bedwas.


How much does an average property cost in Caerphilly?

Property very much falls into the affordable category across the county of Caerphilly. According to the last sold house price data from the Land Registry, the average Caerphilly county home sells for £146,602, well below the Welsh average of £172,828. The UK sold property price average is £239,196, according to the Land Registry.


Is conveyancing in Caerphilly slower when buying a leasehold property?

With around four million leasehold properties across England and Wales, this popular property tenure can bring an added complication to conveyancing in Caerphilly. In leasehold, a homeowner only owns the property itself but not the land on which it stands. Instead this land is leased for a specific period, often decades. When selling, the buyer must be certain of their legal rights and of how long they may be entitled to live in their new home. When instructed for Caerphilly conveyancing for leasehold, a solicitor will ask the freeholder for a leasehold information pack. Any delay in providing that information can slow up the purchase transaction. Read more in our guide to buying leasehold.


Which council has control of schooling in Caerphilly?

The local education authority is Caerphilly County Borough Council. For more information on schools and colleges across Caerphilly, go to the website of Estyn, the education and training inspectorate for Wales.


Is there an increased flood risk for property in Caerphilly?

All areas of Wales are susceptible to increased flooding, thanks to heavier rainfall and storms. Wherever you are buying, it makes sense to ask your Caerphilly conveyancing solicitor to ask for a flood-risk search. The Natural Resources Wales website has information on all flood risks.


What searches do I need for Caerphilly conveyancing?

When you instruct a conveyancing solicitor for a Caerphilly property purchase, they will conduct a series of searches to complete your transaction. We've produced a helpful guide that explains all you need to know. Here are some that may be particularly relevant to Caerphilly conveyancing:

  • Local authority search: Crucial for planning consents and information on conservation areas, such as Cwmcarn Memorial Park, Oakdale Village and Pontywaun Garden Suburbs
  • Environmental search: Shows contaminated land and pollution, vital for areas around Caerphilly with a heritage of heavy industry.
  • Mining search: A crucial search in Caerphilly conveyancing because of historic coal mining activity that reveals the location of mine shafts and tunnels.
  • Chancel repair liability search: A historic charge related to responsibility for repairs to a Church of England parish church.

Did you know?

Built in just three years, Caerphilly Castle is the second biggest in the UK. Its south-eastern tower has been dubbed the “Welsh Tower of Pisa” because it leans 10 degrees vertically thanks to subsidence.

The National Mining Memorial at Senghenydd commemorates those who perished in 152 mining disasters across Wales. The memorial includes a bronze status and wall of remembrance.

Whether buying, selling, remortgaging or transferring equity from a property in Caerphilly, conveyancing can seem complicated. Here at Homeward Legal, we ensure your conveyancing is simple and effective every time. Get a quote online or call us on . You can also request a callback at a time that suits you.