Conveyancing Solicitors Badminton
In-Deed conveyancing is a national conveyancing company that provides high quality conveyancing legal services to buyers and sellers in Gloucestershire including Badminton.
We promise a guaranteed fixed fee service with no nasty surprises in the small print which helps you calculate the ever increasing cost of buying and selling a home. Gloucestershire has a large choice of solicitors, but we don’t feel that any other solicitor comes close to the service offered by In-Deed.
Property Prices in Badminton
Over the last four years, property prices in South Gloucestershire have risen. The Land Registry recorded home purchases with an average of £181, 525 in October 2013.
Property prices generally will likely rise this year by 5%-8%. Potential causes of the rise include cheaper credit. These circumstances are unlikely to last, with some are warning of a bubble, with a correction due within a couple of years.
Badminton Conveyancing Solicitor Fees
Our fixed quotes mean no additional costs to worry about for your Badminton sale or purchase.
A lot of solicitors hide charges in the T's and C's in their estimate. Things to look for often include fees for arranging indemnity insurance issues or for file storage.
Comparing Badminton solicitor conveyancing quotes
Many firms quotes are actually "estimates". We have written a helpful list of potential fees that sets out everything to look out for in the quote when you check for any extra costs , such as insurance against chancel liability.
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Local Government and Council Tax in Badminton
Badminton is in South Gloucestershire Council which is under no overall political control. Council Tax bandings for the tax year 2013 to 2014 are; Band A - £1, 026, Band B - £1, 197, Band C - £1, 368, Band D - £1, 539, Band E - £1, 881, Band F - £2, 223, Band G - £2, 565, Band H - £3, 079.
Living in the Badminton area
Badminton is situated in Gloucestershire in South West England and is about 22 miles from Gloucester, the county town. Local residents should appreciate Chavenage and Dyrham Park. Local pubs include the Fox & Hounds Inn, the Old House at Home and the Old Royal Ship. Nearby shops include Parsons Bakery and Tucks Farm Shop butchers.
Step-by-step conveyancing steps in Badminton
|Getting a quote||Before the legal work can get underway, you must get a conveyancing solicitor.|
|Instructing a solicitor||Before your conveyancer can start the conveyancing work for your Badminton sale or purchase, you must instruct them. To do this you absolutely must scour their fine print for further charges e.g. fees for acting on a leasehold property , before agreeing to them.|
|Post-instruction||Your conveyancing solicitor, once instructed, will communicate with the solicitor instructed by the other side to receive the draft contract. This document sets out the sale price, identities of the two parties, deposits, and title deed information. The contract is finalised, and a date may be set for completion.|
|Instruct the Home Survey||When buying a property, you will be invariably advised to get a survey as it can determine any possible issues, for instance unsafe attic conversions or furniture beetle. Gloucestershire RICS surveyors conversant with Badminton will, in addition, be conscious of regional factors including interlocking clay tiles.|
|Searches||Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental are the four standard searches generally recommended by lawyers, and these cover issues including planning permission. In addition, your solicitor may also recommend potential further searches.|
|Exchange of contracts||Contracts are exchanged, and the purchaser hands over the deposit (usually 10% of the sale price).|
|Completion||The balance of the purchase price is paid to the seller's conveyancing solicitor, and the buyer collects the keys.|
|Post Completion Issues||At the point you have the keys, your Badminton solicitor has unfinished paperwork to complete e.g. sending out completion documents.|
Help to Buy Conveyancing
Almost 20, 000 home buyers purchased their home under the Help to Buy scheme in the first 9 months. There are two Help to Buy schemes, the Equity Loan and Mortgage Guarantee. Each aims to assist home movers who have saved a 5% deposit, but are otherwise quite different. The Mortgage Guarantee enables lenders to offer up to a 95% mortgage. The Equity Loan comprises a 20% equity loan from the Government, which can be repaid at any time.
Call the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for further information on the Help to Buy programme.
Expert solicitors for your Badminton remortgage
Our team of conveyancing solicitors and licensed conveyancers administer many hundreds of remortgage conveyancing transactions in Gloucestershire every month. Our Solicitors have devised leading systems and processes which allow our solicitors to offer a quick and individualised service.
Online conveyancing technology, such as tools like automated updates and case tracking, is marketed by many conveyancers as the key to fast, low cost conveyancing.
In truth, a key part of a faster, easier move is a proactive solicitor, irrespective of their technology. Working with our conveyancing solicitors, home movers have the advantage of both online conveyancing technology and also the presence of a dedicated property lawyer.