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Conveyancing in Countesthorpe Q & A's

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Ask Lorraine a question lorraine@homewardlegal.co.uk

Updated: 15/10/17

Helpful local Countesthorpe public transport and public service facts and figures ;

Countesthorpe's nearest train station is South Wigston at 2 miles. The nearest airport to Countesthorpe is Coventry Airport (18 miles). East Midlands Airport is 21 mile away.

London Road Private Leicester is the neighbouring hospital to Countesthorpe.

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I am looking for low cost conveyancing in Countesthorpe. as we are on a budget.

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Lack of clarity over this matter catches out many buyers and sellers, and can leave them paying far more in fees than they budgeted. Many conveyancers purport to offer supposedly 'the cheapest conveyancing quotes'. Unfortunately extra charges can increase your final bill. Additional costs which are listed in terms of engagement needs to be reasonable. Applicable disbursements must also be stated on the quote. The Homeward Legal quote calculator will confirm the solicitors' fees, based on the property you are buying.

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I am purchasing in Countesthorpe with New Life Mortgages, what do I need to be aware of?

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Prior to recent changes, almost all conveyancing solicitors could act for the large mortgage lenders. Over the last two years, some lenders have opted to reduce the size of their 'solicitor panel', which may result in increased conveyancing costs for buyers. Homeward Legal, fortunately, will act for most lenders so that you will not be required to pay any additional legal fees to your lender's solicitor.

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Do you recommend your solicitors to specialise the legal conveyancing of auction properties in Countesthorpe?

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Homeward Legal do frequently do the legal work for sellers at auction. We usually advise buyers at auction to instruct a lawyer before the actual auction to allow time for a title report of the legal papers.

Immediately following the property auction your chosen lawyer is geared up to finishing the legal side of things in the reduced time frame as typically required .

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Is it advisable that I get a chancel search when my partner and I are buying a Countesthorpe maisonette close to parsonage grounds?

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Owners of property in an area near local churches must cover the cost of repairs, where chancel repair liability exists. Liability has the potential to impact the value of a property, but insurance is available should an obligation to fund repairs be enforced. Churches in this area include St Andrew.

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How can my conveyancer in Countesthorpe advise me on the risk and history of possible flooding around Countesthorpe?

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An integral part of the legal process involved in buying a home involves your conveyancing lawyer carrying out property environmental searches that go in detail about the potential the local Countesthorpe flood risk. A significantly more specialist flood search (e.g. Landmark) might be recommended by a Countesthorpe conveyancer if the results of the environmental search suggest a potential flood risk to the property.

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Which local authority is responsible for Countesthorpe?

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Countesthorpe is located in Blaby District Council, Council Offices, Desford Road, Narborough, Leicestershire LE9 5EP phone: 0116 275 0555

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Would arranging a property survey be required if we are buying property?

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It is highly recommended that Countesthorpe buyers book an inspection. There are a wide range of defects which have a negative impact on a property, that a solicitor will be unable to address, for example subsidence.

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What are fixtures and fittings?

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Usually, fixtures are permanently fixed to walls, floors or ceilings securely and fixtures are easier to detach or remove. Your solicitor will request the agreement of a fixtures and fittings form to avoid such disputes and will confirm what will be sold with the property.