By Ellie Pierpoint
15th November 2016
A transfer of equity occurs when a property owner wishes to change the legal ownership of the property. Reasons include marriage, divorce and tax planning.
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When buying or selling a property in Eastleigh, you will need to instruct a property lawyer to handle legal work for your move.
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Southampton Itchen Valley Country Park Country Park and Hansard Gallery Art Gallery are in the vicinity of Eastleigh.
Eastleigh is very close at approximately 0.25m of junction entry 13 Southbound of the M3.
Eastleigh's nearest airport is Southampton, Mitchell Way Airport. Southampton Airport is 2 miles, Bembridge IoW Airport is 24 miles, Sandown IoW Airport is 24 miles and Bournemouth International Airport is 24 miles away. The nearest train station to Eastleigh is Eastleigh, approximately a mile away.
The nearest hospital for Eastleigh is Nuffield Eastleigh.Q.
Various firms offer cheap conveyancing, however extra fees are frequently hidden in the terms that property buyers and sellers often do not check. Get a quote using the Homeward Legal quote calculator for the property you are buying.Q.
The conveyancing solicitor will confirm whether the property is affected by a designated conservation area and whether any alterations have necessary permission from the local authority.
If no appropriate consents be in evidence your solicitor will recommend the alternatives for example taking out an indemnity insurance or requesting retrospective consent from the appropriate local authority.Q.
These areas characterise local areas of special architectural or historic interest. The advantages of these restrictions
include confidence that property will retain its value, but they may impose liability on a buyer for unauthorised alterations made by previous owners. Your solicitor will be able to offer more information.Q.
Fees and disbursements should be identified on a quote. These costs are fees not disbursements, and should be included in the quote for your conveyancing.Q.
Commonly, there is no clear definition of fixtures and fittings. Completion or agreement of a fixtures and fittings form is unfortunately often left to the last minute, when a dispute may jeopordise the transaction, and which makes the completion of a fixtures and fittings form essential.Q.
We will advise that buyers and sellers put off arranging removals until exchange of contracts as a definitive date will not have been scheduled. Commonly home removals companies will charge a re booking amount . Try Cranbury's Removals & Storage, 67 Cranbury Road, Eastleigh, SO50 5HB on 023 80652630 or Steele & Co, Links House/Tower Ind Est/Tower La, Eastleigh, SO50 6NZ Phone: 01962 878553.Q.
The Stamp Duty that will be due is based on the property's price. For a property estimated at £883000, the rate will be £35320.*
*Correct as of 01/03/2013Q.
The short answer is, the earlier in the process you can instruct a conveyancing firm, the better, as there are several tasks that can begin straight away. Early instruction of a solicitor can limit the risk of the other side pulling out.