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Conveyancing Solicitors Coleford

In-Deed is a national conveyancing firm delivering customer focussed conveyancing services for Gloucestershire in Gloucestershire. Our highly competitive fixed cost conveyancing service with no fees hidden in the small print which helps take the uncertainty out of the cost of moving. Whether you live in Coleford or anywhere in the UK our property solicitors will make your move as efficient as possible.

Coleford House Price Data

Gloucestershire House Prices (in £1000's)
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In the last 4 years, average house values have risen in Gloucestershire. In October 2013, the Land Registry recorded purchased homes with an average of £174, 516, a rise of £3, 196 compared to last year.

Residential property prices generally are predicted to continue rising throughout 2014, by between 5% and 8%. The availability of cheap credit and Demand exceeding housing stock are among the reasons for the rise. Despite predictions, property experts anticipate a bubble, with a correction due within a few years.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold Sale - Sylvan Close, Coleford, Gloucestershire, GL16, £128,000
  • Freehold Sale - Speedwell, Mile End, Coleford, Gloucestershire, GL16, £146,950

Coleford Conveyancing Solicitor Fees

Our approach is to provide you with a fixed legal quote before you commit for your Coleford property purchase or sale.

Many conveyancing solicitors put conveyancing fees in the terms of engagement. Fees to check for are charges for bank TT's or for completing the stamp duty tax return.

Comparing conveyancing quotes from Coleford solicitors

Comparing various Coleford solicitor conveyancing quotes is usually rather complex. In-Deed have a useful typical hidden fee table that shows you what you need to check for in the terms when trying to find any extra costs .

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Local Authority for Coleford

Coleford is in Forest of Dean District Council which is under no overall political control. The council tax bands for 2013 to 2014 are; 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.

Living in Coleford

Coleford is situated in Gloucestershire in South West England and is about 16 miles from Gloucester, the county town. Local shops include Moores Bakery and Ray Winman butchers. The Gamekeepers Inn, the Crown in COALWAY, the Angel Hotel and the Feathers Hotel are some of the local pubs. Visitors should appreciate Clearwell Caves Ancient Iron Mines and Dean Heritage Centre.

How Your property lawyer Will Carry out the Conveyancing in Coleford

  1. Selecting your conveyancing quote - Choosing the preferred option of the agent can be costly, and many home movers go online to find a better fee.

  2. Instructing your preferred solicitor - Your selected Coleford lawyer will now take you through the company's instruction process. To do this you should always check their small print for supplementary charges such as costs for filling in a standard SDLT form , before agreeing to them.

  3. The pre-contract stage - Pre-contract enquires are made, which can include an initial investigation of title checking that the title is free from defects. Also the draft contract itself will be drawn up by the sellers property lawyer. The buyer may also receive confirmation of the mortgage from their lender at this point.

  4. Arrange a Surveyor to inspect the home - A survey is required to help spot any serious structural issues, for instance ground heave or sulphate attack. Interlocking clay tiles are a possible local issue common in Gloucestershire.

  5. Carrying out searches - There are four routine searches. These are Local Authority, Environmental, Drainage and Water, and Chancel Liability, and they cover many factors including planning permission.

  6. Exchange of contracts - Contracts are signed and exchanged. The buyer and seller are bound to sell and buy the property.

  7. Completion - This takes place when the sellers solicitor certifies that they have received the balance of the funds that are due. The buyer can collect the keys to the property.

Help to Buy Conveyancing

The Help to Buy scheme assists home movers and first-time buyers with a 5% deposit to purchase a home valued at up to £600, 000. To claim the Government's Help to Buy programme, the house must be a shared ownership or shared equity purchase, or a second home. £600, 000 is the highest property value available under the scheme.

If you would like additional information on Help to Buy, contact the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.

Specialist property lawyers for a remortgage on a Coleford home

Our core business is to furnish home owners looking to remortgage a Coleford flat or house with an efficient service at highly competitive fixed prices. Our Solicitors have designed state of the art systems and processes which help our lawyers to provide a rapid and very individualised conveyancing service. Our team of solicitors can act for all major bank panels, from Tesco Bank to Dunfermline Building Society.

Online Conveyancing Quote

Solutions such as email and SMS updates and casetracking are advertised as the key to a fast and low-cost move.

The key to an easier conveyancing transaction is finding a solicitor who is both efficient and who provides regular updates. Home movers will experience, with In-Deed's solicitors, the advantage of the latest developments in conveyancing and additionally the presence of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.