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Conveyancing Solicitors Stroud

In-Deed is a national conveyancing company that offers professional conveyancing legal services to Gloucestershire buyers and sellers.

Our highly competitive fixed fee legal service with no nasty surprises in order to help you budget for the spiralling cost of moving. (Read In-Deed's fixed conveyancing fee guarantee) If you are located in Gloucestershire and are buying or selling a property, you have come to the ideal place to make your transaction as simple as possible.

Stroud House Price Data

Gloucestershire House Prices (in £1000's)

Over the last four years, average house prices have risen in Gloucestershire. In October 2013, homes bought averaged £174, 516 (source: Land Registry) a change of £3, 196 on October 2012.

Property prices are predicted to continue to increase throughout this year. The availability of cheap credit and are among potential causes of the buoyant market.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold Purchase - Berkeley Close, Stroud, GL5, £182, 000
  • Freehold Purchase - Ash Road, Stroud, GL5, £205, 000
  • Freehold Purchase - The Bassetts, Stroud, GL5, £207, 500
  • Leasehold Flat Sale - Yew Tree Way, Stroud GL5, £150, 000
  • Freehold Purchase - Parkwood House, Thrupp Lane, Thrupp, Stroud, GL5, £570, 000

Conveyancing Solicitor Fees In Stroud

In-Deed give you a detailed fixed quote for your Stroud property sale or purchase.

All too commonly solicitors add charges in the terms and conditions of their quote. Things to look into include charges for arranging indemnity insurance issues or for commissioning searches beyond the local authority search.

What to look for when comparing conveyancing quotes from Stroud solicitors

Comparing side by side conveyancing quotes from Stroud solicitors is time consuming. Check out our useful list of potential fees which sets out the things you need to be aware of in the terms and conditions when checking for any hidden costs such as administration fees.

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Why choose In-Deed

Local Government and Council Tax for Stroud

Stroud is in Stroud District Council which is under no overall political control. The council tax bands for the tax year 2013 to 2014 are as follows; Band A - £1, 030, Band B - £1, 202, Band C - £1, 374, Band D - £1, 546, Band E - £1, 889, Band F - £2, 232, Band G - £2, 576, Band H - £3, 091.

Living in Stroud

Stroud has a population of almost 113, 000 people and is located in Gloucestershire in South West England and is about 8 miles (km) from the county town of Gloucester. Stroud is noted for Chavenage and Owlpen Manor. Stroud shopping options include Greggs bakery, The Gloucester Sausage Co butchers At and a Sainsburys Superstore. Pubs in the area include the Fountain Inn, the Cross Hands and the Bisley House.

Many local residents may also buy the weekly shop at Stroud's Waitrose, on London Road. National newspapers have reported that houses in areas with a Waitrose go up in price by around 25%. Some property pundits may be sceptical of 'the Waitrose effect', but this remains a factor to consider when you are purchasing in the area.

How a Solicitor Will Carry out the Conveyancing in Stroud

Choosing your conveyancing quote

The first step in the conveyancing process is choosing a solicitor to carry out the work.

Instructing a solicitor

As soon as you have identified the lawyer you would like to carry out the legal formalities your Stroud sale or purchase you will have to appoint them. To do this you must always scour their fine print for any extra charges, for instance costs for BACS bank transfers , before signing them.


The purchaser's conveyancer agrees the draft contract with the seller's conveyancing solicitor. Additionally preliminary enquires are made. By this stage, the property buyer will be in receipt a formal offer from their lender at this point.

Getting the Home Buyer Report

A local Surveyor with experience on Stroud properties will identify problems such as ground heave and condensation problems. Gloucestershire surveyors covering Stroud will also be aware of local issues like stone slab roofs.


Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental are the four routine searches which lenders need, and these review factors including changes near the property, such as planning for a supermarket.

Exchange of contracts

Contracts are signed by the two parties and exchanged by their lawyer, binding them to go through with the transaction.


The balance of the sale price is transferred to the seller's conveyancing solicitor, and the purchaser receives the keys to their new property.

The Help to Buy scheme

Over 17, 000 home movers acquired property with the aid of the Government's Help to Buy scheme since it launched. There are two Help to Buy schemes, the Equity Loan and Mortgage Guarantee. Each supports home buyers who have saved a 5% deposit, but are otherwise quite different. The Equity Loan comprises a 20% equity loan from the Government, which can be repaid at any time. The Mortgage Guarantee enables lenders to offer up to a 95% mortgage.

For more detail, speak to the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent. Radian , 0238 062 8004, is the local Help to Buy agent for Stroud.

Expert solicitors for a remortgage on a Stroud home

We aim to offer borrowers remortgaging a property in Stroud with an unbeatable service at all inclusive fees (with no hidden extras). Our Solicitors have built class leading remortgage online conveyancing systems which enable our conveyancing lawyers to provide a communicative but still tailored legal service. Our specialist team of solicitors can work with all mortgage lender panel.

Online Conveyancing Quote

Conveyancing technology, including solutions like casetracking and SMS updates, has been marketed by solicitors' websites as a key driver for fast, cheap conveyancing.

In truth, a critical component of a stress-free process is finding a solicitor who is both efficient and who provides regular updates. You will get, working with our solicitors, the advantage of both online conveyancing technology and also the assistance of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.