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Conveyancing
house-selling
Fees for selling a house can split into two: Estate Agents and Conveyancer costs. Estate Agents usually charge fees for selling a house respective to the sale price for the property, for example 1% of the sale price, other estate agents do offer fixed fees  but check with the agent you are going to put...
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When buying and selling properties, it is useful to not only  look out for the positive reviews but also the merits in which the company operates. The Conveyancing Quality Scheme is one of the recognised standards for delivering conveyancing.    What is the conveyancing quality scheme? The Conveyancing Quality Scheme is set out by the...
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property
YES, once you have agreed a sale or purchase, you will need a conveyancing solicitor to assist with the legal aspects of the transaction and get you from ‘sale agreed’ (when you have an offer accepted) to ‘completion’ (when you hand over the money and get the keys). Your estate agent is likely to recommend...
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house-key
Conveyancing is the legal transfer of home ownership from the seller to the buyer.   So what does Conveyancing involve? Conveyancing will be carried out by a licensed conveyancer or a conveyancing solicitor. The conveyancing process includes conducting property searches, exchanging contracts and finalising the sale. It’s a vital process to the transaction, ensuring it’s completed...
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An often overlooked area, a proper consideration of the Stamp Duty UK due is essential to anyone looking to buy residential property.  What is Stamp Duty UK? Stamp Duty UK is a tax due on the purchase of property (that is, land) in England.  Taxes differ in Wales and Scotland, so Stamp Duty UK may...
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online-conveyancing
Conveyancing is an area of law concerned with the legal aspects of property transfers. When buying or selling property in the UK, you need a conveyancing solicitor to stand with you.   This is an essential step you should take when buying a home on a mortgage. There is always a reason you should consider working...
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As we rapidly approach the 2020s, it is clear that conveyancing for estate agents must be cutting-edge using state-of-the-art IT platforms and facilities. Finding the right partner in terms of a technically-driven conveyancing firm with a long-standing record of excellence and outstanding client satisfaction levels, should be a number one priority. Their expertise and willingness...
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Moving is one of the biggest and most important events of out lives, so finding the right conveyancing partner is the key to success. It is also something that is is absolutely crucial to making the buying and selling process as smooth and risk-free as possible. A first-class conveyancing partner will deal with all the...
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Conveyancing quality standards are exceptionally high in the UK due to the CQS (Conveyancing Quality Scheme), which is governed by the Law Society. When it comes to credibility, this accreditation is essential for firms which have associated stakeholders such as residential home purchasers and sellers, insurers, lenders and regulators. Ever since its initiation in 2011,...
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There are a number of myths about conveyancing which need to be addressed, and above all, people need to know that licensed conveyancers are qualified specialist lawyers who follow strict legal guidelines and are regulated by the Council For Licensed Conveyancers. They are property law experts, and focus solely on property transactions. They have also...
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