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Transfer of Equity in Shard End

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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Conveyancing in Shard End Q & A's

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Updated: 27/11/16

Local travel information:

Motorists are well served with Shard End having very good road access nearby at under 2m of Junction 5 Southbound of the M6.

Stechford train station is approximately 1 mile from Shard End. The nearest airport to Shard End is Birmingham Airport (5 miles). Coventry Airport is 17 miles and Wolverhampton Business Airport Airport is 19 miles away.

Heartlands Birmingham is a nearby hospital for Shard End.

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How do we find fixed rate conveyancing?

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Many conveyancers promote 'the cheapest conveyancing'. Unfortunately additional costs are frequently hidden in the solicitor's terms of engagement. Any costs found in your solicitor's terms ought to be reasonable and clear and only apply in cases where the solicitor is required to complete extra work on your behalf, which could not be anticipated at the start of the process. Our online calculator will create an accurate quote for your buy.

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What type of environmental searches concerning the uncertain risk of flooding around Birmingham will the conveyancer in Shard End be able to conduct?

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A vital part of the legal procedure involved in buying a home involves the conveyancing lawyer conducting conveyancing searches that set out details about the potential Shard End flood risk area. Furthermore a conveyancer in Shard End will typically suggest a more flood risk search.

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Why does the sale conveyancing process in Shard End take so long?

The legal work required to buy or sell a property can be delayed even where there is no chain. Some delays are unfortunately out of a solicitor's hands. We appreciate how disruptive they may be and do our best to reduce the consequences of these delays where feasible. Delays may include waiting for responses from third parties.

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My husband and I are purchasing a property in Shard End. How do I find out if the property is in a conservation area?

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Buyers in Shard End should be aware of a range of local areas of conservation. A conveyancing lawyer will discuss what specific restrictions are in place and be able to offer more information for conservation areas in Shard End.

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Where do I learn more info on the upkeep of the conservation areas in Shard End?

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English Heritage have created a list on the condition (poor to good) of conservation areas in Shard End and throughout England in addition to the vulnerability to standards slipping. Local Shard End conservation area issues, for example whether trees can be cut down or traffic signs are dealt with by the local Solihull planning authority.

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Which specific property should my conveyancer in Shard End get when acting on a Shard End property?

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The customary legal protocol is to get Local Authority, Drainage Search (Con29DW), Environment Search and Limestone Search, and possibly particular searches, like HS67.

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Which local authority looks after Shard End?

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Shard End is located in Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, PO Box 18, Council House, Solihull, West Midlands, B91 3QS, Call: 0121 704 6000

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Is contaminated land in Shard End a problem?

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Land may have been contaminated by a wide range of natural and human-influenced issues, such as brine works or a proximate telecommunications base station. An environmental search can provide much more clarity.

 
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