Conveyancing Solicitors Blakeney
Welcome to In-Deed, a national conveyancing company which provides professional conveyancing for Gloucestershire throughout Gloucestershire. Our Price promise means a great value fixed cost service with no nasty surprises which helps remove any uncertainty from the cost of buying and selling a home. If you live in Blakeney and are buying or selling a residential property, you are in the ideal place to make your move as straightforward as possible.
Property Price Data in Blakeney
House prices in Gloucestershire have risen, between 2010 and 2013. Properties purchased averaged £174, 516, from Land Registry data in October 2013.
Property prices generally are likely to rise this year. The Funding for Lending and A shortage of housing stock are among the causes of the active market. Property experts are warning of a 'superbubble'. A slowdown is expected by 2016.
Recent property transactions
- Freehold Sale - The Rudge, Lydney, GL15, £235,000
- Freehold Sale - Lancaster Drive, Lydney, GL15, £175,000
- Freehold Purchase - Millend, Blakeney, GL15, £137,500
- Freehold Purchase - Cannop Road, Gloucestershire, GL15, £230,000
- Purchase - Cherry Tree Farm, Lower Meend, St. Briavels, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15, £590,000
Conveyancing Solicitor Fees In Blakeney
Our fixed cost assurance gives you the peace of mind that the fee we give you is the amount you will be charged when your matter completes.
Some solicitors hide fees in their terms of engagement. Sometimes these fees are clearly necessary from the beginning. Examples include amounts to pay for deeds storage or bank TT's (money transfers).
Local Government for Blakeney
Blakeney is in Forest of Dean District Council which is under no overall political control. The council tax bandings for 2013 to 2014 are as follows; Band A - £1, 011, Band B - £1, 179, Band C - £1, 348, Band D - £1, 516, Band E - £1, 853, Band F - £2, 190, Band G - £2, 527, Band H - £3, 033.
Blakeney life and amenities
Blakeney is situated in Gloucestershire in South West England and is around 12 miles from the county administrative centre of Gloucester. Shops in the area include Greggs bakery, Andys Butchers At High St and a Sainsburys Local In Sheringham High Street. Pubs and bars in the areas include the King's Head, the Cock Inn, the New Inn, the Berkeley Arms and the White Horse Inn 2 miles in UPPER SOUDLEY. Some of the Blakeney's local tourist attractions are Clearwell Caves Ancient Iron Mines and Edward Jenner Museum. Home grown produce consumers will revel in Over Farm Market held at Over, Gloucester, Blakeney, Gloucestershire, GL2 8DB.
Step-by-step conveyancing checklist
|Getting a conveyancing quote||Before the conveyancing process can commence, a conveyancing solicitor must be chosen. Focus on quotes that have no move, no fee protection, but be sure to check the terms for any hidden fees.|
|Appointing a solicitor||Before a conveyancing firm can get underway with the legal process, it will be necessary to appoint them. You must scour the terms of engagement accompanying the quote for any hidden conveyancing charges , for instance charges for filling in an SDLT form , before consenting to them.|
|Drafting contracts stage||Pre-contract enquires are made, which include investigating boundary disputes. Also the draft contract itself will be prepared. The contract is finalised, and a preliminary date may also be agreed on which to complete.|
|Carrying out your RICS Home Buyer Survey||A survey is crucial so you can establish if there are potentially costly structural problems e.g. potential asbestos and potential listed building breaches.|
|Blakeney searches||There are four standard searches that lenders will require. These are Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental. These investigate numerous factors including land contamination. Your lawyer may also advise on possible additional searches.|
|Exchange of contracts||Contracts are signed by the seller and buyer and exchanged by their lawyer, binding them to complete the transaction.|
|On Completion||On the day usually specified in the contract, the money that is due, less the deposit already paid to the sellers conveyancer, and the purchaser gets the keys to the property.|
Help to Buy Conveyancing
The Help to Buy scheme is intended to help first-time buyers and home movers who have saved a 5% deposit. To qualify for Help to Buy, the property being acquired will need to be not Buy to Let, and the mortgage must be repayment (not interest-only). £600, 000 is the upper limit for homes bought under the scheme.
Get in touch with the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for more information.
Professional conveyancing property lawyers for your remortgage on a Blakeney property
Our team of expert solicitors successfully complete many hundreds of remortgage conveyancing transactions in Gloucestershire every month. Our specialist team have built state of the art systems and processes letting our solicitors give a fast but personal service. Our specialist team of solicitors are on all bank panels, from Saffron Building Society to Derbyshire Home Loans.
Online Conveyancing Quote
Now it is more straightforward than ever for buyers and sellers to review the progress of their conveyancing, with conveyancing online tools such as casetracking and SMS updates at their disposal.
The key to a stress-free process is finding a solicitor who is both efficient and who provides regular updates. Working with In-Deed's solicitors, buyers and sellers receive the benefit of both 21st Century conveyancing solutions and also the advice of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.