Conveyancing in Bury

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Conveyancing Solicitors Bury

In-Deed online is a nationwide conveyancer delivering high quality conveyancing legal services to Bury in Bury. We offer a guaranteed fixed fee legal service with no nasty surprises in the small print in order to help you budget for the ever increasing cost of buying and selling a home. (More on our In-Deed's no completion no fee) Wherever you live in Bury, our property lawyers will make your property sale or purchase as efficient as possible.

Bury House Price Data

Greater Manchester House Prices (in £1000's)

In the last 4 years, average house prices have remained constant in Greater Manchester. In October 2013, the Land Registry recorded purchased property averaging £103, 528.

Recent property transactions

  • Sale of Leasehold Flat - Fourth Avenue, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL9, £145, 000
  • Leasehold Purchase - Ormskirk Close, Bury, BL8, £255, 000
  • Leasehold Flat Sale - Arundel Close, Bury, BL8, £183, 500
  • Leasehold Sale - Queens Place, Bury, BL9, £170, 000
  • Leasehold Purchase - Victoria Street, Tottington, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL8, £134, 950

Bury Conveyancing Fees

Our quotes always include all of the costs related to a standard conveyancing transaction for a sale or purchase in Bury.

All too commonly conveyancers conceal conveyancing fees in the terms in their estimate. Charges to be wary of often include fees for drafting a notice or deed of assignment or for dealing with a lender.

Local Government and Council Tax for Bury

Bury is situated in Bury Metropolitan Borough Council (Labour controlled). The council tax bandings for 2013 to 2014 are: Band A - £971, Band B - £1, 133, Band C - £1, 295, Band D - £1, 457, Band E - £1, 780, Band F - £2, 104, Band G - £2, 428, Band H - £2, 913.

Living in Bury

Trips out include Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive, Heaton Hall and Rossendale Museum. Local pubs include the Robert Peel, the Automatic Cafe & Malt Real Ale Bar and the U-Bar.

The conveyancing process - a guide

Finding a quote for your conveyancing

Firstly, find a property lawyer based on the factors that matter to you. Focus on quotes with a 'no move, no fee' guarantee, but be sure to check terms and conditions for any additional costs.

Engaging a solicitor

At the point you have selected the firms quote you want to go ahead with the first thing to do is instruct them on the formalities for your Bury sale or purchase. You MUST check their terms for any further conveyancing charges before you approve them.

Pre-contract stage

The solicitor, once instructed, will contact the other side's solicitor to agree the draft contract. The contract confirms information about the transaction itself including the sale price and the deposit and details of the two parties. Further enquiries will also be raised of the seller after the buyer's property lawyer has reviewed the property information questionnaire.

Arrange a Surveyor to survey the property

This are necessary to help establish if there are potentially costly structural issues including spalled brickwork and sulphate attack.

Conveyancing searches

Chancel Liability, Local Authority, Environmental and Drainage and Water are the common searches expected by lenders, and these cover a broad range of factors, including compulsory purchase orders. Additional non-standard searches for property in Bury could include a Coal Mining (Con29M) Search.

Exchanging contracts

When terms are agreed and the deposit is ready, contracts are exchanged. Both sides are now legally obligated to complete the transaction.


The deeds are handed over to the purchaser, after payment of the money that is due to be paid is made. The keys can then be picked up.

Bury Help to Buy Conveyancing

Since its launch in 2013, the Government's Help to Buy scheme has helped over 17, 000 of home movers. Over 17, 000 home buyers purchased their house under the Government's Help to Buy scheme in the first 9 months. The Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme aids home movers who have saved a 5% deposit. To be eligible for the Government's Help to Buy scheme, the home will need to be your main residence (not Buy to Let), you cannot have interest in any other property, and the mortgage must be repayment (not interest only) The highest price for a property purchased under the scheme is £600, 000.

Call the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for further detail on Help to Buy. Plus Dane Housing Association (call 0845 603 4559) is Bury's Help to Buy agent.

Conveyancing when Remortgaging in Bury

In-Deed's efficient conveyancing property lawyers and conveyancers look after hundreds of remortgages in Greater Manchester every year. In-Deed have designed the latest remortgage systems and processes which help our conveyancing solicitors to offer a rapid and personalised conveyancing service. Our home moving lawyers can take instructions for all major building society and bank panels from Paragon Mortgages to Ahli United Bank .

Online Conveyancing Quote

Tools including automated updates and case tracking are marketed as the secret to fast, low cost conveyancing.

The key to an easier conveyancing transaction is instructing a fast and efficient solicitor. Working with our solicitors, you get the benefit of both 21st Century conveyancing solutions and the guidance of a dedicated property lawyer.