Conveyancing Solicitors Whitefield
Welcome to In-Deed, a country wide conveyancing company providing state of the art conveyancing services for Whitefield in Greater Manchester. We do not hide any added costs in our terms and conditions, for a standard transaction the price we quote is the price you pay. If you are located in Whitefield and are buying or selling a home, you are in the best place to make your move as efficient as possible.
Property Prices in Whitefield
From 2010 to 2013, property values in Greater Manchester have remained constant. Property purchases averaged £103, 528, according to the Land Registry in October 2013.
Recent property transactions
- Freehold Purchase - Brierly Avenue, Manchester, M45, £117, 500
- Freehold Purchase - Lily Hill Street, Manchester, M45, £158, 000
- Sale - Thatch Leach Lane, Whitefield, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M45, £226, 950
- Freehold Sale - Ogden Close, Whitefield, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M45, £120, 000
- Freehold Sale - Stanley Street, Prestwich, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M25, £120, 000
Solicitors Legal Fees In Whitefield
In-Deed's fixed fee solicitor's quotes will include all costs associated with a standard conveyancing transaction for a home move in Whitefield.
Some property lawyers hide conveyancing fees in the terms of engagement of their quote or estimate. Charges to check for often include charges for acting on unregistered land or for raising additional enquiries in relation to your property transaction.
Local Government Serving Whitefield
Whitefield is situated in Bury Metropolitan Borough Council (Labour controlled). Council Tax bandings for tax year 13\14 are: Band A - £971, Band B - £1, 133, Band C - £1, 295, Band D - £1, 457, Band E - £1, 780, Band F - £2, 104, Band G - £2, 428, Band H - £2, 913.
Living in Whitefield
Watering holes in the area include the Goats Gate Inn, the Cross Keys and the New Grove Inn. For essentials, local shopping includes Pound Bakery at 5 Longfield Centre Prestwich and Best In Bury butchers. Fans of history will appreciate Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive and Heaton Hall.
How the Conveyancing Process Works
Finding a solicitor - First, pick a conveyancer based on your priorities. Focus on quotes with no move, no fee protection, but check terms and conditions for any hidden costs.
Getting a solicitor - Your chosen solicitor will now take you through the company's appointment procedure. To do this you must scour any terms for any further fees before you consent to them.
Drafting contracts - Preliminary enquires, which can include investigating property boundaries. Additionally the draft contract itself is drawn up by the sellers conveyancer. Following receipt of the property information form, additional enquires will also be raised.
Obtaining a RICS Building Survey - Buyers are typically urged to get a RICS Survey because it will establish if there are serious issues such as spalled brickwork or weathered brickwork.
Carrying out searches - The standard searches are Environmental, Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability and Local Authority, and these investigate a broad range of factors, including checking if the property is a listed building. Additional non-standard searches for property in Whitefield include a Coal Mining (Con29M) Search.
Exchange of contracts - Contracts are signed by the seller and buyer and exchanged by their conveyancing solicitor, binding them to sell and buy the property.
Completion - The balance (less the deposit) of the purchase price is transferred to the sellers conveyancing solicitor, and the buyer collects keys to the new home, along with the transfer document and title deeds.
After Completion - Immediately after you have moved in the solicitor will still have some admin to complete including informing the freeholder of completion.
Help to Buy Conveyancing
In order to qualify for Help to Buy, the house should not be a shared ownership or shared equity purchase, or a second home A maximum value of £600, 000 exists for houses covered by the scheme.
For more detail regarding Help to Buy, get in touch with the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.
Conveyancing when Remortgaging a property in Whitefield
Our efficient lawyers can assist anyone thinking of remortgaging a house or flat in Whitefield. We have built state of the art remortgage technologies letting our solicitors provide a speedy but personal service.
Online Conveyancing Quote
Much has been commented on the commonly advertised advantages of conveyancing online, including case-tracking and email updates.
The key to a faster conveyancing transaction is a communicative solicitor. With In-Deed, buyers and sellers receive the advantage of 21st Century online conveyancing and additionally the guidance of a dedicated property lawyer.