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Conveyancing In Silsworth Q & A's

Silsworth conveyancing solicitors order a number of searches when acting for a purchaser, which specific searches?

If buying and taking out a mortgage the mortgage lender requires you to particular searches, including - Local Authority (personal or official), Drainage and Water Search (CON29DW) and Environmental, and possibly unique particular e.g. a Chancel.

We are buying a unique house in the middle of a conservation area. How do I locate data concerning the state of repair?

Following a campaign, English Heritage maintain a detailed list in relation to the condition of conservation areas in Silsworth and across England as well as the vulnerability to the area falling into disrepair. Local Silsworth conservation areas are set up by the local Richmondshire planning authority, who preserve things like paths and footpaths to street guard rails.

Should we make use of a firm of solicitors used by our agent?

Many estate agents have arrangements with solicitors where they refer clients. However, if the agent is paid a fee by the solicitor, an agent may choose whichever firm pays the most per referral, not the most suitable for you.

How can I buy the freehold of the building in which I’m purchasing a flat?

When you buy a leasehold flat (usually for a lease lasting a long time), it means that you don’t own the building or the land on which it is built. If you want to buy the freehold of the building (either yourself or with other flat-owners), you’ll need to meet a few legal criteria before that can happen (such as the number of flats, the purpose to which the majority of the building is put to, and the number of flat-owners willing to by the freehold).

One additional point to note is that the shorter the lease on any flat, the greater the price of the freehold is likely to be.

You should talk to other residents about your plan as well as finding out how much the freehold will be and getting a professional valuation. Once you are in a position to move ahead, you’ll need to appoint a solicitor to manage the legal aspect of the planned purchase.

Homeward Legal's solicitors are well-versed in dealing with all types of freehold and leasehold purchases. So call us now on 0800 038 6699 and we'll guide you through the process and assign you to one of the best solicitors.

What amount of time may be planned for the legal work to buy a flat often take?

Generally speaking, the amount of time needed to transfer residential property varies. This is based on a number of issues affecting the property, for example, if it is a leasehold property being transferred. Eight to twelve weeks is the industry-wide average, whereas our solicitors drive the process forwards, completing within eight weeks.