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Conveyancing In Cambridge Q & A's

When we buy our house in Cambridge, what fixtures and fittings will come with it?

Depending on what you have agreed with the seller, you might get carpets, light fittings and so on, but you will first need to agree and sign the fixtures and fittings form with your seller and your solicitors.

Is experienced enough to very fast completions on the conveyancing of residential property auction properties in Cambridge?

Yes - Our team are property auction specialists and regularly do the legal work for buyers at auction. Our niche auction team of conveyancing lawyers have been instructed by many buyers and sellers at regional residential property auctions that, amongst others, include Acuitus, Allsop (Commercial), Allsop (Residential), Auction House London, Award Property, Barnett Ross, Baxtons, Brendons Auctioneers, Countrywide Property Auctions and Drivers Norris.

Adept purchasers will decide on a an affordable conveyancing firm as quickly as they can to allow sufficient time for a review of the sellers legal pack well before the date of the auction. Subsequently, immediately after the property auction date your chosen lawyer is totally able to concentrate on concluding the legal work inside the limited time as required .

Am I at a high risk of gazumping in Cambridge?

There is some risk of gazumping, and it does not depend on where you are in the country. It can, however, depend on how long you and your solicitor take to complete the conveyancing duties needed. If you take too long, there’s a risk that someone could make a higher offer and the seller might accept.

To try and avoid this from happening, check out our article on gazumping.

Would arranging a property survey be sensible when buying property?

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors strongly advise that Cambridge buyers book a property survey. It is a fact that there are many problems that will impact a property. These can include poor drainage or flat roof leaks, and issues such as these are not likely to be investigated as part of the conveyancing itself.

Which of the local authorities looks after Cambridge?

Cambridge is catered to by Cambridge City Council,located at: The Guildhall, Market Square, Cambridge, CB2 3QJ. TEL: 01223 457 775.

Can you state how we get out of paying for SDLT?

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is due for residential property over £125,000. Homeward Legal do not advise purchasers arrange any form of stamp duty mitigation, as such schemes are expensive and the HMRC can review a scheme up to 6 years after a sale is completed .

The owner appears to have added unsuitable PVC windows in Cambridge which might possibly break nearby conservation area rules

The property solicitor to determine whether the property is affected by a conservation area, and if so whether any modifications have necessary consent from the Cambridge authority.

If I’m renting out rooms in my house, do I need to appoint a solicitor?

No, you don’t, because there is no legal imperative for you to do so. However, it’s not as straightforward as simply leasing out a room to a renter because there are certain provisions that must be met in order to protect you as the renter and the person renting the room.

This depends on the room and where it is in the property, state of the plumbing, insurance, and a number of other factors. You’ll also need to draw up a tenancy agreement to ensure demarcation and rights for both parties. While you won’t necessarily need a solicitor involved, it’s worth contacting a letting agency who will have the experience and knowledge to ensure you have everything in place. Be aware that any advice you seek from professionals may come with a fee, so it would be worth shopping around first.