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Conveyancing In Lymington Q & A's


Which local authority is responsible for Lymington?

Lymington is located in Isle of Wight Council, County Hall, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 1UD phone: 01983 821 000

We are going to buy a renovated investment property in the middle of a conservation area, how do I find details on the state of repair?

English Heritage have conducted a survey and created details in relation to the condition (poor to good) of conservation areas as well as the vulnerability. Local Lymington conservation areas are created by the local authority (Isle of Wight) who maintain everything from public spaces to neon signs.

Should we make use of the firm of solicitors offered by our agent?

It is commonplace for agents to suggest a solicitor. If the agent is paid a referral fee, however, an agent may decide to recommend whichever firm pays the most per referral, not the most appropriate choice.

Is contaminated land a concern in Lymington?

Numerous of contaminants can impair land, and an environmental search will confirm that a specific residence may be affected by local contaminants like sand or gravel pits.

Is it easy to sell a house without using an estate agent?

It’s relatively straightforward to sell your own home without involving an estate agent, although you should be warned that it’s a time-consuming process (which is why agents set a certain fee to pay for their time in getting your home sold).

First you need to get a proper valuation of your home, which can be done by paying a chartered surveyor and registered valuer, or you can research the house prices in the area for similar properties to get an idea of how they are selling.

Once you are happy with the price, you can advertise the property (there are several free sites that allow you to do this). Legally, you’re required to obtain an Energy Performance Certificate for the property before putting it up for sale, so you’ll need to organize a registered energy assessor to create this for you. Then you can start arranging viewings and negotiate an agreed price with anyone who is interested.

We would recommend, however, that you sign up with an estate agent as they can do all the leg work for you. The key thing, though, is to understand their fees and rates before signing an agreement with them.

Will your Lymington conveyancer do any property on the Isle of Wight Sixties detached property I want to buy?

The conventional conveyancing procedure is to get the following Local Authority (personal or official), Drainage and Water Search (CON29DW) and Environmental as well as any area-specific searches for example Chancel check Search.

Property environmental searches are fine but in light of recent flooding e g the serious flooding in the UK in April 2012 are they actually good enough to report sufficient information about the ever changing Lymington future flood risk?

Flood searches carried out by the conveyancing solicitor in Lymington will include the more detailed flood search if the risk is deemed significant.

If you remain nervous you could get in touch with a neighbour of the property.