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    Our solicitors carry out all the conveyancing work for your house move for a fixed fee.
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    You will not be charged any solicitors fees, if for any reason your transaction does not complete.
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Conveyancing In Winkleigh Q & A's

I have found collections of very helpful documents all about by passing the solicitor. Do I actually have to use conveyancing solicitor in Winkleigh ?

There is absolutely no argument why a buyer cant opt to embark on the greater majority of the legal process without a proficient Winkleigh conveyancer. That said, a lawyer in Winkleigh is familiar with a huge array of tasks e.g. chasing lender for comments on issues raised and investigating title documents which need a skilled professional. Above all else DIY conveyancers are taking risks without the correct indemnity insurance which all firms and their solicitors are made responsible to carry.

How could sale conveyancing be so delayed?

The legal work required to buy or sell a house or flat may suffer setbacks. Homeward Legal endeavour to curtail the impact of these delays by proactively handling all enquiries. Common delays can include slow solicitors acting for the other side.

What’s the difference between exchange of contracts and completion?

When you exchange contracts, this means that you are agreeing to all the terms drawn up within the contract made between you on one side of the transaction, and the opposite party on the other side. It is from this point that you are legally obliged to go through with the transaction (unless you want to be subject to financial and/or legal penalties).

The completion of contracts is the point where you officially take over ownership of the property, receive the keys and can move in. All monies are transferred between the various parties and the conveyancing solicitor contacts the Land Registry to register the change of ownership to you.

Confused by the jargon in conveyancing? Let Homeward Legal's straightforward and clear service help guide you to as early a completion as possible. Try our online quote generator or call us on 0800 038 6699.

How much is stamp duty and land transaction tax?

The Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is based on a trigger threshold of £125,000, followed by a calculation of increasing percentages against the price bands, which are then added together:

  • Less than £125,000 = 0%
  • £125,000-£250,000 = 2%
  • £250,000-£925,000 = 5%
  • £925,000-£1,500,000 = 10%
  • More than £1,500,000 = 12%

For example, a house bought for £450,000 will trigger SDLT at £12,500 (£0 for the first £125,000, £2,500 for the next £125,000, and £10,000 for the next £150,000 as the price falls in the first three bands).

How is SDLT measured, and what should we budget for a £1109000 Winkleigh property?

The Stamp Duty that will be due will depend on the valuation. For a house estimated at £1109000, SDLT is £55450.

What’s the difference between residential and commercial conveyancing?

In essence, there is very little difference between the tasks needed for residential conveyancing against commercial conveyancing. The real difference comes in the type of property and the purpose for which it is intended to be used.

The majority of residential transactions are freehold, whereas commercial transactions are almost exclusively leasehold, and commercial property conveyancing searches will tend to be more expensive because the structure and land will occupy a greater space on average than that for residential property.

Do we need to be aware of 'fixtures and fittings'?

New owners in Winkleigh are frequently confused by the vagueness surrounding which fixtures and fittings are included in a purchase. Conveyancing solicitors recommend a formal fixtures and fittings form to avoid later disagreements, clarifying to both parties what items will stay, and which will be removed.