We are a nationwide conveyancing firm that provides expert legal services to buyers and sellers in Beaconsfield. We offer a highly competitive fixed cost legal service with absolutely no hidden fees which helps you budget for the legal fees of buying and selling a home. (See In-Deed's No Completion, No Fee guarantee) Buckinghamshire has any number of conveyancing solicitors serving Beaconsfield, but we feel that none can exceed In-Deed on our level of service.
Property Price Data in Beaconsfield
In the last 4 years, property prices in Buckinghamshire have risen. Rising by 3% relative to last year, the Land Registry recorded property purchases averaging £266, 689 in October 2013.
Residential property prices are expected to rise throughout 2014. Likely causes of the rise include insufficient housing stock. In spite of this, property experts anticipate a bubble, with the market slowing as soon as 2016.
Recent property transactions
- Home Purchase - Highlands Road, Seer Green, Buckinghamshire, HP9, £580, 000
- Sale - Howard Crescent, Seer Green, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9, £750, 000
- Freehold Sale - Drovers Way, Seer Green, HP9, £485, 038
- Freehold Sale - Five Farthings, Manor Crescent, Seer Green, HP9, £720, 000
- Freehold Sale - Lower Riding, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9, £365, 000
Beaconsfield Conveyancing Solicitor Fees
In-Deed's quotes always cover all foreseeable aspects connected with a normal conveyancing transaction for a home move in Beaconsfield.
Some solicitors hide conveyancing fees in the terms and conditions of their quote. Fees to look into can include fees for stamp duty land tax form completion or for obtaining leasehold management information on leasehold sale.
How to precisely compare Beaconsfield solicitor conveyancing quotes
Quotes provided by conveyancing solicitors are usually less than straightforward. Read our helpful list of common additional fees which helps you with the things you need to be aware of in the solicitors contractual terms when hunting for any hidden costs like handling apportionments on leasehold transactions.
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Beaconsfield Local Authority
Beaconsfield is in Wycombe District Council (Conservative controlled). The council tax bandings for the tax year 2013 to 2014 are as follows; Band A - £974, Band B - £1, 136, Band C - £1, 299, Band D - £1, 461, Band E - £1, 786, Band F - £2, 110, Band G - £2, 435, Band H - £2, 922.
Beaconsfield life and amenities
Beaconsfield is located in Buckinghamshire in South East England and is around 16 miles (km) from the county administrative centre of Aylesbury. Local food and veg buffs should head down to Beaconsfield Farmers Market held at Windsor End, The Old Town, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2JJ. Shops near Beaconsfield include Phil Bowditch Fish & Meat butchers and Greggs bakery. Popular local pubs include the Swan, the Royal Saracens Head Hotel and the Treehouse.
Beaconsfield's local residents also buy the weekly shop at the local Waitrose on Penn Road. This particular supermarket offers more than a shop to get supper however. Living in the vicinity of a Waitrose boost the sale price of your house by almost fifty percent in some neighbourhoods. Estate agents may not be persuaded by this, yet this remains something to bear in mind if you are purchasing property in Beaconsfield.
How Your Beaconsfield Solicitor Will Carry out the Conveyancing
|Deciding on your conveyancing quote||Firstly, find a legal professional based on what matters most to you.|
|Instructing a solicitor||As soon as you have decided which company's quote you would like to go ahead with you will need to formally appoint them to conduct the conveyancing on your Beaconsfield home move. To do this you must always check the Beaconsfield solicitors terms for any further conveyancing charges like costs for dealing with your lender, before you approve them.|
|Post-instruction||The seller's lawyer agrees the draft contract with the buyer's conveyancer. Also enquires are made.|
|Commissioning the Building Survey||A survey is required so you can pinpoint any potential problems, for instance dry rot and sulphate attack. Buckinghamshire surveyors in Beaconsfield homes will be familiar with factors which include witchert.|
|Conveyancing searches in Beaconsfield||Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental are the four standard searches, and these cover factors including checking if the property is a listed building. Your lawyer may also advise on possible additional searches.|
|Exchanging contracts||When the parties are happy with the contract, the two sides sign their copies and send them to the other side. The purchaser then hands over the agreed deposit (in general 10% of the sale price, but this is negotiable).|
|Completion||On the specified date, the deeds are handed over to the buyer, once payment of the money that is due, less the deposit already paid is made. The keys to the property can then be collected.|
|After Completion||Now that you have moved your conveyancer now has certain formalities to carry out including registering title deeds.|
The Help to Buy scheme
Since its launch in 2013, Help to Buy has aided 1, 000's of first-time buyers and home movers. Over 17, 000 home buyers bought their new home with the help of Help to Buy in its first nine months. The Help to Buy scheme supports first-time buyers and home movers that have saved at least a 5% deposit. In order to qualify for Help to Buy, the property must be your main home and not Buy to Let.
If you would like additional information on Help to Buy, speak to the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.
Conveyancing when Remortgaging a property in Beaconsfield
Our team of lawyers and conveyancers can complete all legal formalities for anyone intending to remortgage a Beaconsfield flat or house . In-Deed's conveyancing property lawyers can act on all banks and building society panels, from Paragon Mortgages to Dudley Building Society. Our proactive approach can mean quicker processes which often save you a monthly payment at the old rate.
Online Conveyancing Quote
It is easier than ever for both buyers and sellers to check the progress of their conveyancing, with online conveyancing tools including case management systems at their disposal.
The key to a stress-free process is finding a solicitor who is both efficient and who provides regular updates, irrespective of their technology. Working with In-Deed, you get the advantage of both 21st Century online conveyancing and the advice of a dedicated property lawyer.