Conveyancing in Chipping Sodbury

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Conveyancing Solicitors Chipping Sodbury

In-Deed is a nationwide network of solicitors which offers top notch property legal services for Chipping Sodbury buyers and sellers. In-Deed works on a No Completion, No Fee promise so you only need to pay any solicitor costs when your move is completed. (See details of our price promise) Gloucestershire has a huge selection of conveyancing solicitors, however we think that no other firm can match In-Deed on our level of service.

Chipping Sodbury Property Price Data

South Gloucestershire House Prices (in £1000's)

Over the last four years, house prices have risen in South Gloucestershire. The Land Registry recorded purchased homes with an average of £181, 525 in October 2013, a rise of £4, 336 on 2012.

Property prices nationwide are predicted to increase throughout 2014. Possible reasons for the positive property market include Help to Buy and Funding for Lending schemes. Market experts anticipate a bubble. The market is expected to slow by 2016.

Recent property transactions

  • Purchase - Little Lodge, Little Sodbury End, Chipping Sodbury, Bristol, BS37, £815, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Badminton Road, Yate, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS37, £220, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Tobias Gardens, Yate, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS37, £250, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Parnall Crescent, Yate, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS37, £180, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Parnall Crescent, Yate, BS37, £250, 000

Chipping Sodbury Conveyancing Solicitor Fees

In-Deed's fixed fee legal fee quote means no hidden costs to be concerned about on your Chipping Sodbury conveyancing matter.

Far too many solicitors sneak additional fees in the small print of their conveyancing quote. Things to check for are fees for representing a lender or for handling any notices of assignment on leasehold transactions.

Local Authority Serving Chipping Sodbury

Chipping Sodbury is in South Gloucestershire Council which is under no overall political control. Council tax bands for the tax year 13\14 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 Chipping Sodbury

Chipping Sodbury is situated in Gloucestershire in South West England and is roughly 23 miles from Gloucester, the county town. The Bell, the Boot Inn, the Royal Oak and the Beaufort Hunt 1km are among the area's local pubs. For essentials, local shopping includes Hobbs House Bakery At 39 High St Chipping Sodbury and Artingstalls Family Butchers.

Chipping Sodbury's residents also do their shopping at the local Waitrose on Wickwar Road. National newspapers have reported that properties in areas with a Waitrose or where one will be built increase in price by an average of 25%. Estate agents may be sceptical of 'the Waitrose effect', even so this is something to consider if buying property in the area.

How Your Chipping Sodbury property lawyer Will Complete the Conveyancing

  • Deciding on your conveyancing quote - Before the process will begin, a property lawyer must be chosen. Be sure to check the small print for any hidden additional fees prior to instructing.

  • Instructing a solicitor - Once you have identified which conveyancing quote you would like to accept the next step is to formally instruct them to carry out the legal formalities on your Chipping Sodbury move. You absolutely must scour any terms for any concealed costs e.g. costs for obtaining leasehold management information on leasehold sale , before approving them.

  • Pre-contract stage - The purchaser's property lawyer agrees the draft contract with the seller's lawyer. In addition pre-contract enquires are sent. At this stage in the process, the buyer will be in receipt a formal offer from their lender by this point in the process.

  • Instructing the Home Buyer Survey - This are advised so you can spot any possible issues such as wood boring insects or dangerous modifications. Interlocking clay tiles are also a possible local problem found in Gloucestershire.

  • Chipping Sodbury conveyancing searches - There are four basic searches. These are Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental. These searches review many issues including details of conservation area controls. Additionally, your solicitor may also recommend additional searches.

  • Exchange of contracts - Contracts are signed by the seller and purchaser and exchanged by their conveyancing solicitor, legally binding them to go through with the transaction.

  • Completion - The seller's deeds are delivered to the buyer, once payment of the money that is due to be paid is made. The keys to the property may the be picked up.

Chipping Sodbury Help to Buy Conveyancing

In order to be eligible for this scheme, the home being acquired should not be a shared ownership or shared equity purchase, or a second home The maximum property value available under the Help to Buy scheme is £600, 000.

Speak to the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for more detail regarding Help to Buy.

Expert conveyancing lawyers for a remortgage on a Chipping Sodbury property

In-Deed's qualified lawyers direct hundreds of remortgages in Gloucestershire every year. In-Deed's solicitors are on all building society and bank panels, from Church House Trust to Yorkshire Bank Home Loans. Our Solicitors approach means faster remortgage completions which can save you a mortgage payment at the older higher rate.

Online Conveyancing

Many conveyancing websites advertise the benefits of online conveyancing, such as casetracking and SMS updates.

The key to an easier conveyancing transaction is a proactive and communicative solicitor, regardless of the software they use. Working with In-Deed's solicitors, you have the benefit of online conveyancing and the guidance of an experienced conveyancing solicitor.