Conveyancing Solicitors Hanham
Welcome to In-Deed, a country wide group of conveyancers which offers first rate conveyancing to Gloucestershire throughout Gloucestershire. We do not hide any additional fees in our terms and conditions, that is our price guarantee. Wherever you live in Hanham, we make the legal work simple.
Hanham House Prices
Over the last four years, house prices in Gloucestershire have risen. In October 2013, the Land Registry reported purchased property with an average of £174, 516.
Property prices are expected to continue to rise this year, by between 5% and 8%. The Help to Buy scheme and the availability of cheap credit are among the causes of the buoyant property market. Despite these predictions, for experts, a slowdown is expected within 24-36 months.
Recent property transactions
- Freehold Sale - Tudor Road, Hanham, BS15, £160,000
- Freehold Purchase - Tyndale Road, Bristol, BS15, £182,500
- Freehold Sale - St. Bedes Road, Kingswood, BS15, £179,000
- Leasehold Purchase - Soundwell Road, Bristol, BS15, £87,000
- Freehold Sale - A Mount Hill Road, Bristol BS15, £150,000
Conveyancing Solicitor Fees In Hanham
Some solicitors have fees in their terms and conditions. Sometimes these hidden costs may be plain from the commencement.
Review the solicitors terms for specific items such as additional fees for acting on a new build property or for bank transfers. Our fixed fee promise gives you the peace of mind that the figure on your initial quote is the same fee you will be charged if, as and when you move home.
Read more on our fixed fee promise.
Hanham Local Government
Hanham is situated in Bristol City Council which is under no overall political control. Council tax bandings for 2013\2014 are as follows: Band A - £1, 065, Band B - £1, 242, Band C - £1, 420, Band D - £1, 597, Band E - £1, 952, Band F - £2, 307, Band G - £2, 662, Band H - £3, 195.
Hanham life and amenities
Some points of interest near Hanham are At-Bristol and Bristols City Museum and Art Gallery. Local Hanham amenities include Anstee's Bakery and Bristol Meat Machine butchers. The Jolly Sailor, the Maypole, the Queens Head and the Blue Bowl are some of the local pubs.
The conveyancing process in Hanham - a useful guide
Deciding on a conveyancing quote - Before the legal process will start, you will need to pick a property lawyer.
Engaging a solicitor - At the point you have identified which conveyancing quote you want to agree to the first thing to do is formally instruct them to carry out the legals for your Hanham move. To do this you absolutely must check any terms of business for any hidden conveyancing costs such as costs for acting on a leasehold purchase , before signing them.
The pre-contract stage - The contract sets out details of the parties, title deed information, and the property price, and is sent by the sellers solicitor to the buyers. The final version is agreed by the buyers and sellers lawyers, and a date may be set for completion.
Instruct a RICS Surveyor to inspect the home - A local RICS Surveyor with experience of surveying property in Hanham will spot any structural issues like missing damp proof connection and defective chimney stacks.
Hanham conveyancing searches - Local Authority, Environmental, Drainage and Water, and Chancel Liability are the four standard searches, and these cover matters including planning permission. Additionally, your lawyer may also advise on additional searches.
Exchanging contracts - Contracts are exchanged, and the buyer pays the agreed deposit (in most cases 0.1 of the sale price).
Completion - On the specified date, the money that is due, less the deposit already paid to the sellers conveyancer, and the purchaser collects the keys to the property.
After Completion - At the point you have completed, the conveyancer now has unfinished work to finish including sending deeds to your lender.
The Help to Buy scheme
The Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme assists first-time buyers and home movers with a deposit of 5% to purchase a home valued at up to £600, 000. To be eligible for this programme, the property must be not Buy to Let, and you must not have an interest in any other property £600, 000 is the upper limit for homes bought under the scheme.
For more detail, contact the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.
Qualified solicitors for your remortgage in Hanham
Our team of property lawyers look after many hundreds of remortgage conveyancing cases in Gloucestershire every year. In-Deed's conveyancing lawyers can act for all major and smaller banks and building society panels from New Life Mortgages to Mortgage Agency Services. We have designed state of the art remortgage case management systems enabling our conveyancing property lawyers to deliver a fast and personal conveyancing service.
Online Conveyancing Quote
Much has been written about advantages of online conveyancing, including case-tracking and email updates.
However, a critical component of a less stressful transaction is finding a solicitor who is both efficient and who provides regular updates. With In-Deed's solicitors, you experience the benefit of online conveyancing and the guidance of a dedicated property lawyer.