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Conveyancing in Slade Green Q & A's

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Updated: 21/04/18

Slade Green's closest airport is London City Airport. London Heliport Airport is 16 miles, London Airport is 23 miles, Rochester Airport is 16 miles and London Biggin Hill Airport is 12 miles away. The nearest train station to Slade Green is Erith.

Slade Green is less than 3m of junction entry 1a Westbound of the M25.

Erith & District is a nearby hospital.

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Please confirm the cheapest fee for a £155,000 property? We are looking for discount conveyancing.

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Both high-street and online conveyancers offer cheap conveyancing. Often extra fees are frequently hidden in the solicitor's terms of engagement.

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When do we need to instruct a conveyancing solicitor?

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Whether you are buying or selling in Slade Green, the earlier, the better. Instructing a firm to handle your Slade Green conveyancing early can limit the risk of your sale or purchase falling though.

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What does a Slade Green conveyancing solicitor advise if the property I hope to invest in is in a conservation area in Bexley local authority and turns out to have unsightly removal of chimney stacks fitted?

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Bexley planning authority Requisition for search and Official Certificate of Search conducted by your solicitor during the legal process will determine whether the Slade Green property a designated conservation area and evidence of the appropriate permissions for changes to the property will be required.

Should no appropriate consents be available, the solicitor will give you professional advice on the best alternatives, which include seeking cover from an indemnity insurance policy or seeking retrospective approval from Bexley council.

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How can I go about find out whether the conservation area is being neglected?

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Following a campaign, English Heritage keep a detailed list about the condition (poor to good) of conservation areas in England in addition to the exposure to deterioration or improvement. Conservation areas are created by the local authority (Bexley) who manage everything from including things like poorly maintained public spaces, dormer windows and whether trees can be cut down.

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Market Harborough Building Society is going to be our lender - what do we need to know?

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Some lenders have reduced the number of firms on their approved panel, resulting in increased legal costs for buyers in cases where the chosen solicitor cannot act for their lender, and another must also be instructed. Homeward Legal can act for most lenders so that the buyer will not have to pay the lender's legal fees.

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Are we advised to get a chancel search if I am intending to buy in the parish of Northfleet, near Slade Green?

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A conveyancing solicitor may suggest a chancel search. Although some Parochial Church Councils (PCCs) have taken the decision to exact chancel repairs on owners of lay rectorships, a solicitor cannot state with certainty that a parish where dues have not recently been paid will remain liability-free for new owners, so the solicitor will be unable to make any guarantees, and will recommend insurance.

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Flood risk searches are conveyancing protocol but when one considers climate change e g the major flooding in the UK in April 2012 are they enough to verify enough about the Slade Green flood risk area?

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A diligent Slade Green conveyancer will carry out flood searches if the initial searches determine a any kind of Slade Green flooding risk.

Why not get in touch with a future neighbour to gain further peace of mind.

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Will we need a property surveyor to inspect our property purchase?

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It is strongly advised that buyers order an inspection. There can be a wide range of issues which affect a property. These include poor drainage, and issues such as these are not likely to be investigated as part of the conveyancing itself.