Conveyancing in Royton

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Conveyancing Solicitors Royton

In-Deed is a national panel of property lawyers which delivers first rate conveyancing legal services to Greater Manchester property buyers and sellers. Our property lawyers work on a No Completion, No Fee basis meaning you will not have to incur any fees unless your sale or purchase completes. Here at In-Deed we give you the best conveyancing property lawyers for your Greater Manchester sale or purchase and an outstanding legal service to get you moving as quickly as possible.

Royton Property Prices

Greater Manchester House Prices (in £1000's)

From 2010 to 2013, property values have remained constant in Greater Manchester. Properties bought averaged £103, 528, according to the Land Registry in October 2013.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold Sale - Bleasdale Street, Royton, Oldham, Greater Manchester, OL2, £225, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Duchess Park Close, Shaw, Oldham, Greater Manchester, OL2, £140, 000
  • Freehold House Purchase - Highlands, Royton, Oldham, Lancashire, OL2, £138, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Cameron Court, Royton, Oldham, OL2, £192, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Holden Fold Lane, Royton, Oldham, Greater Manchester, OL2, £110, 000

Conveyancing Fees In Royton

All too commonly solicitors add further fees in their terms and conditions. Sometimes these extra charges may be an obvious part of the standard conveyancing transaction from the commencement.

Keep an eye out for items including added legal fees for shared ownership cases or for completing the stamp duty tax return. Our approach is to give you a fixed fee quote for your Royton property purchase or sale.

See details of our fixed fee pledge.

Compare conveyancing quotes from Royton solicitors

Exactly comparing conveyancing quotes from solicitors in Royton can be time consuming. We have a practical list of common additional fees that shows you what to search for in the quote when searching for any hidden fees , such as fees for a notice or a deed of assignment .

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Council Serving Royton

Royton is located in Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council (Labour controlled). Council tax bands for tax year 2013 to 2014 are: Band A - £1, 032, Band B - £1, 204, Band C - £1, 375, Band D - £1, 547, Band E - £1, 891, Band F - £2, 235, Band G - £2, 579, Band H - £3, 095.

Living in the Royton area

The Railway Hotel, the Angel Inn and the Ray's Wine Bar are just some of the area's local pubs. Royton shopping options include Pound Bakery at Market Street Royton and Best In Bury butchers. Some local points of interest in the area of Royton are Heaton Hall and Manchester Art Gallery.

Guide to your conveyancing

Choosing a quote for the legal work

Firstly, get a property lawyer based on what matters most for you.

Find quotes with a no sale, no fee guarantee, but ensure that you check the terms for additional costs.

Getting a solicitor

As soon as you have selected the property lawyers quote you would like to go ahead with, you will need to formally engage their services to handle the legal work for your Royton transaction.

You must always scour the small print for any hidden conveyancing charges before you sign them.

Post-instruction stage

After you have instructed, the conveyancer will communicate with the [2var3] instructed by the other side to receive the draft contract. The contract specifies information about the transaction itself including the sale price and the deposit and details of the two parties.

The final version is agreed, and a date may be set on which to complete.

Get a Qualified Surveyor to view the home

Buyers are usually recommended to get a RICS HomeBuyer Report of Building Survey as it can identify if there are any structural problems including missing DPC and possible conservation area breaches.

Carrying out searches

Local Authority, Environmental, Drainage and Water, and Chancel Liability are the four normal searches ordered by conveyancers, and they investigate many issues including enforcement actions for a breach of planning permission.

Possible further searches for property in Royton may include a Coal Mining Search.

Exchanging contracts

When the seller and purchaser are happy with the contract, the two sides sign copies. The purchaser then hands over the deposit (usually ten percent of the price).


Usually on a set date, the purchaser may then pick up keys to the new home once the sellers lawyer confirms that they have the money that is due, less the deposit already paid.

Help to Buy Conveyancing in Royton

To qualify for the Help to Buy schemes, the house being acquired needs to 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.

Call the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent if you need more information.

Conveyancing when Remortgaging a property in Royton

We should be the first stop when thinking of remortgaging a home in Royton. Our team have developed class leading remortgage systems which allow our solicitors to offer a fast and very individualised service.

Online Conveyancing Quote

Many authors have written about the frequently marketed advantages of online conveyancing, such as casetracking and SMS updates.

Essentially, the secret to a stress-free process is a communicative solicitor, irrespective of the technology they use. Working with In-Deed's conveyancing solicitors, you enjoy the benefit of both 21st Century online conveyancing and the advice of a dedicated property lawyer.