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Conveyancing Solicitors Burnage

Welcome to In-Deed, a nationwide conveyancing specialist which offers high quality conveyancing legal services for property buyers and sellers in Greater Manchester. Our conveyancers work on a no completion no fee basis so you will only incur any solicitor fees if your home move completes. Whether you live in Burnage or anywhere else in the UK, our highly experienced lawyers will make your move fast and user friendly.

Property Price Data in Burnage

Greater Manchester House Prices (in £1000's)

Between 2010 and 2013, house values in Greater Manchester have remained constant. In October 2013, the Land Registry recorded purchased property averaging £103, 528.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold Sale - Arbor Drive, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M19, £120, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Osborne Road, Levenshulme, M19, £195, 000
  • Leasehold Flat Sale - Errwood Road, Burnage, Manchester, M19, £180, 000
  • Sale - Grange Avenue, Levenshulme, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M19, £425, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Avonlea Drive, Burnage, M19, £161, 000

Burnage Conveyancing Fees

Some lawyers put fees for things that are part of a standard conveyancing transaction in their terms of engagement of their cost estimate It is often the case that added extras are foreseeable from the outset.

Look out for things that include additional legal expenses for storing your deeds or for acting on a leasehold sale. In-Deed's fixed quote means that there are no concealed fees to worry about on your Burnage move.

See details of our fixed fee pledge.

Compare conveyancing quotes from Burnage solicitors

Accurately comparing conveyancing quotes from solicitors in Burnage is exceptionally involved. Read our incisive article that shows you what to search for in the solicitors terms of engagement when you look for any hidden conveyancing fees .

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Burnage Local Authority and Council Tax

Burnage is situated in Manchester City Council (Labour controlled). Council Tax bands for the tax year 2013 to 2014 are; Band A - £885, Band B - £1, 032, Band C - £1, 180, Band D - £1, 327, Band E - £1, 622, Band F - £1, 917, Band G - £2, 212, Band H - £2, 654.

The Burnage area

Shops in the area include Best In Bury butchers, Martins Bakery and a Sainsburys Superstore In Fallowfield. Pubs in the area include the Farmers Arms, the Victoria Inn, the Mauldeth and the Albion 1km. Manchester Art Gallery and Ordsall Hall are often listed among popular tourist attractions.

The Conveyancing Process Explained

Selecting your conveyancing quote

While you can perform the process yourself, the vast majority of us will not have the legal expertise, experience or time, opting instead to instruct a property lawyer.

Instructing your solicitor

At the point you have decided upon the lawyer you would like to carry out the conveyancing for your Burnage sale or purchase it will be necessary to formally appoint them.

You should check the solicitors terms of business for any hidden conveyancing fees before you agree to them.

The draft contract stage

The contract confirms the purchase price, details from the sellers title deeds, and the identities of the parties involved, and is sent to the buyers conveyancing solicitor from the sellers.

Carrying out your Home Buyer Survey

Buyers are usually encouraged to get a RICS Survey as it will pinpoint potentially costly issues, for instance wet rot or weathered brickwork.

Searches in Burnage

There are four basic searches that mortgage lenders will require. These are Local Authority, Environmental, Drainage and Water, and Chancel Liability, and they cover many factors including whether the property is connected to public drains.

Potential additional searches for property in Burnage could include a Coal Mining Search.

Exchange of contracts

Contracts are signed by the buyer and seller and exchanged by their solicitor, legally binding them to complete the transaction.


On an agreed date, the deeds from the seller are handed over to the purchaser, once payment of the balance of the funds that are due is made. Keys to the new home are then picked up.

Post Completion

Now you have taken possession of your new home your solicitor will still have certain formalities to complete including sending out completion documents.

Help to Buy

To qualify for this scheme, the house needs to be your main residence and you may not have an interest in another property.

For further information regarding the scheme, get in touch with the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.

Conveyancing when Remortgaging in Burnage

Our proactive lawyers can help you if intending to remortgage a Burnage flat or house. We have devised leading remortgage systems letting our conveyancing solicitors provide a quick but personal legal service.

Online Conveyancing

Solutions like casetracking and SMS updates are frequently marketed as the key to fast, low cost conveyancing.

The key to a less stressful move is a proactive solicitor, regardless of the technology they use. You will get, with our solicitors, the benefit of both the latest developments in conveyancing and also the guidance of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.