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Conveyancing Solicitors Adamsdown

We are a nationwide conveyancing firm delivering highly efficient property legal services for Adamsdown in Adamsdown. In-Deed works on a No Completion, No Fee pledge so you do not have to pay any legal fees unless you complete. At In-Deed we offer top notch solicitors for your sale or purchase and an outstanding service to move you as quickly as possible.

House Price Data in Adamsdown

Cardiff House Prices (in £1000's)
  Oct-10 Oct-11 Oct-12 Oct-13
143 142 141 143

House values in Cardiff have risen in the last few years. Properties bought averaged £143, 437 (source: Land Registry), a change of 2% compared to last year.

Property prices in the UK are likely to rise through 2014. Likely causes of the increase include greater availability of mortgages and the extended Help to Buy scheme.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold Sale - Glenroy Street, CF24, £160, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Burnaby Street, Cardiff, CF24, £110, 000
  • Home Purchase - Ruby Street, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF24, £150, 000
  • Leasehold Purchase - Claude Road, Cardiff, CF24, £65, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Stacey Road, Cardiff, CF24, £7, 500

Solicitors Legal Fees In Adamsdown

In-Deed offer a firm fixed fee quote before you instruct for your Adamsdown transaction.

All too commonly solicitors hide additional fees in the terms of engagement. Fees to look into include charges for acting on an unregistered title or for exchanging contracts and completing the transaction within 5 days of each other.

Comparing conveyancing quotes from Adamsdown solicitors

Comparing conveyancing quotes from Adamsdown solicitors is often more complex than you might envisage. The following is a incisive list of which highlights what you need to check for in the solicitors contractual terms when looking for any extra costs , like fees for getting a leasehold management pack.

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Property legal guide

  1. Obtaining a quote for your conveyancing - The first step in the conveyancing process is picking a solicitor to carry out the work.

  2. Engaging a solicitor - Your property lawyer will now take you through their company's appointment procedure. It is necessary to ensure you scrutinise in detail the solicitors terms and conditions for any concealed conveyancing costs such as charges for acting on a leasehold sale .

  3. Drafting contracts - Your property lawyer, once instructed, will communicate with the solicitor instructed by the other side to negotiate the draft contract. The draft contract confirms the purchase price, details from the seller's title deeds, and the identities of the parties involved. After the property information form is received, additional enquires will also be raised of the seller's conveyancing solicitor.

  4. Searches in Adamsdown - Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental are the four standard searches. These cover many factors including checking if the property is a listed building.

  5. Exchange of contracts - Contracts are exchanged, and the buyer pays via their conveyancer the agreed deposit (usually 10% of the property price).

  6. Completion - The balance of the purchase price is transferred to the seller's solicitor, and the buyer collects the keys to their new property.

The Help to Buy programme

To qualify for Help to Buy, the property must be not Buy to Let, and the mortgage must be repayment (not interest-only).

Speak to the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for more information.

Expert property lawyers for your remortgage on a Adamsdown home

In-Deed should be the first stop for any home owner planning to remortgage a property in Adamsdown. Our solicitors can work with all building society and bank panels, from Nedbank Private Wealth to Cheshire Building Society. In-Deed have invested in state of the art technologies which allow our solicitors to give a fast and individual legal service.

Online Conveyancing Quote

Automated updates and casetracking are two examples of advantages of conveyancing online.

The key to a stress-free process is a proactive and communicative solicitor, regardless of the technology they use. Buyers and sellers will enjoy with us the advantage of both the latest developments in conveyancing and additionally a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.