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Conveyancing in Harold Park Q & A's

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Ask Lorraine a question lorraine@homewardlegal.co.uk

Updated: 29/04/17

Local Harold Park attractions

Upminster London Windmill, South Weald Weald Country Park Country Park and Brentwood Thorndon Country Park Country Park are in the vicinity of Harold Park.

Harold Park is nearby at approximately 1 mile of junction entry 28 Westbound of the M25.

The closest airport to Harold Park is London City Airport (11 miles s). London Heliport Airport is 21 mile s, London Airport is 20 miles, Elstree Airport is 25 miles, Rochester Airport is 21 mile s, London Biggin Hill Airport is 21 mile and Stansted Airport is 20 miles away and Harold Park's closest station is Harold Wood.

The most convenient hospital for Harold Park is Brentwood, Hartswood.

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Are additional fees applied? We need to find affordable conveyancing.

A.

Misleading conveyancing quotes catch out many homeowners, leaving them to pay sometimes £100s more than planned. Many solicitors purport to offer theoretically cheap conveyancing, but extra charges are frequently hidden in the terms. This small print is often not read by homeowners in a hurry. The conveyancing quote should state costs to be paid to third parties, e.g. the Land Registry, (disbursements). Any additional costs which are listed in the terms should be fair and clearly defined. Our quotes are not estimates, stating all the solicitors fees you will pay for a standard sale or purchase.

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What are the alternatives if we buy a Harold Park home within the boundary of a Havering council designated conservation area ?

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Part of the conveyancing process involves ordering of LLC1 searches of Havering council to verify conservation area status and the existence of formal approval for any modifications. .

Q.

What will the council tax cost on a period Band E flat in Harold Park?

The council tax band will usually be set out as part of the conveyancing report on title along with the local authority. The latest tax charges for properties in Harold Park are listed on the Havering local authority site. At the time of writing, 16 March 2013, rates for all bands are:

  • Band A - £1,001.00
  • Band B - £1,168.00
  • Band C - £1,335.00
  • Band D - £1,502.00
  • Band E - £1,836.00
  • Band F - £2,169.00
  • Band G - £2,503.00
  • Band H - £3,004.00

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When in the conveyancing process should we get a conveyancing solicitor to act on our purchase?

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Simply, instructing as soon as possible is wise, as conveyancing involves a number of tasks which may be performed straight away. Prompt instruction of a solicitor to act for you on your Harold Park transaction can reduce any chance of the sale or purchase aborting.

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What causes sale conveyancing legal work to be so delayed?

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Conveyancing could be obstructed. Homeward Legal know how much extra stress these can cause and strive to reduce their burden if it can be achieved by pushing all parties involved. There are numerous reasons for delay, such as waiting for responses from third parties.

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Does anybody hold some over the web record about the conservation areas in Harold Park?

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Conservation are issues for instance property boundaries, dormer windows or vacant buildings are dealt with by Havering. Following a campaign, English Heritage keep records about the condition of conservation areas along with the trend.

Q.

We are intending to buy in Harold Park, do we need conveyancing searches?

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These searches are a standard set of queries ordered on behalf of the party intending to buy the property, such as a chancel search. They are unable to address physical defects.

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We are intending to buy in Harold Park. How can we verify that the house is in a conservation area?

A.

Areas considered to be of 'special architectural and historic interest', like 18th century suburbs, may be registered as conservation areas. Your conveyancing solicitor will be able to advise further and discuss what specific restrictions are in place.

 
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