We are a national conveyancer offering leading edge conveyancing legal services to Adderbury property buyers and sellers.
We promise a guaranteed fixed fee conveyancing service with absolutely no hidden fees which helps you budget for the spiralling cost of moving home. If you are located in Oxfordshire and are buying or selling a home, you are in the best place to make your transaction as straightforward as possible.
Adderbury Property Prices
Property values have risen in Oxfordshire in the last few years. Increasing by £5, 656 in comparison to the same month last year, in October 2013, the Land Registry reported property purchases with an average of £249, 378.
Property prices will likely rise further throughout 2014, by between 5% and 8%. Likely reasons for the promising market include lack of supply and more mortgage approvals. Experts expect a change, with a slowdown expected by 2016.
Recent property transactions
- Freehold Sale - Jalna, Manor Road, Great Bourton, Banbury, OX17, £230, 000
- Freehold Sale - Manor Cottages, Church Road, Greatworth, OX17, £248, 000
- Freehold Purchase - Dog Close, Banbury, OX17, £350, 500
- Freehold Sale - Blacksmiths Hill, Banbury, OX17, £292, 000
- Purchase - Lambourne House, Lambourne Way, Adderbury, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17, £410, 000
Conveyancing Fees In Adderbury
Our fixed fee conveyancing quote means no hidden costs to be concerned about for your Adderbury move.
Some solicitors put fees in their T's and C's of their initial quote Sometimes these additional costs may be ascertainable from the beginning. Check the small print for specific items such as extra fees for dealing with a lender or for stamp duty land tax form completion.
Compare conveyancing quotes from Adderbury solicitors
It is critical to be cautious when attempting to compare Adderbury conveyancing solicitors quotes. See our practical article that underlines the things you need to be aware of in the solicitors terms of engagement when searching for any sneaky hidden fees .
Local Government and Council Tax in Adderbury
Adderbury is located in West Oxfordshire District Council (Conservative controlled). Council Tax bands for the tax year 2013\2014 are as follows: Band A - £1, 031, Band B - £1, 203, Band C - £1, 375, Band D - £1, 547, Band E - £1, 891, Band F - £2, 234, Band G - £2, 578, Band H - £3, 094.
Living in Adderbury
Adderbury is located in Oxfordshire in South East England and is about 18 miles (km) from Oxford, the county administrative centre. For groceries, options include Greggs bakery at 30 Castle Quay Shopping Centre and Bartlett Butchers. Local pubs include the Coach & Horses, the Bell Inn, the Red Lion and the Pickled Ploughman.
The conveyancing process in Adderbury explained
|Selecting a solicitor's quote||Going with the recommendation of the estate agent can be costly, and many home movers do more research to find a lower fee. Find fixed quotes with 'no sale, no fee' protection, checking the small print for additional hidden fees.|
|Getting your chosen solicitor||At the point you have worked out which conveyancing quote you would like to accept, it will be necessary to formally appoint them to conduct the conveyancing for your Adderbury home move. You absolutely must check any terms of engagement for any extra conveyancing costs such as charges for filling in an SDLT form , before agreeing to them.|
|Pre-contract||Pre-contract enquires are sent, which can include an initial examination of title documents, and the draft contract itself will be prepared by the seller's solicitor.|
|Arrange a RICS Surveyor to survey the property||A good Surveyor with experience of surveying property in Adderbury will identify defects like wood boring insects and damp.|
|Conveyancing searches||There are four common searches required by mortgage lenders. These are Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental, and they cover a broad range of factors, including details of conservation area controls.|
|Exchange of contracts||When the seller and buyer agree on a final draft, both sides sign copies. The buyer then transfers the agreed deposit (in most cases ten percent of the price).|
|Completion||The money that is due, less the deposit already paid, is paid to the seller's conveyancer, and the buyer collects the keys.|
Help to Buy
Almost 20, 000 home movers bought a home with the aid of this scheme already. The Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme is designed to assist home buyers with at least a 5% deposit. To qualify for this scheme, the property must be your main residence (not Buy to Let), you cannot have interest in any other property, and the mortgage must be repayment (not interest only). £600, 000 is the upper limit for homes bought under the scheme.
Contact the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for further information on the scheme.
Are you Remortgaging a Adderbury property ?
Are you planning to remortgage your house or flat in Adderbury? Our specialist team of conveyancing property lawyers can act on all mortgage lender panels, from Cheshire Building Society to Tesco Bank. In-Deed's prompt approach can lead to speedy processes which often save you a lender payment at your older higher rate.
Numerous conveyancing quote websites sell the benefit of conveyancing online, including case-tracking and email updates.
That said, the secret to a less stressful move is a proactive solicitor, irrespective of the technology they use. Working with our solicitors, buyers and sellers receive the advantage of online conveyancing and also an experienced conveyancing solicitor.