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Conveyancing Solicitors Buckingham

In-Deed online is a national network of conveyancing solicitors that offers highly efficient property legal services for Buckingham in Buckinghamshire.

In-Deed works on a No Completion, No Fee pledge so you only cover any solicitor costs if, as and when your matter is completed. Whether you live in Buckingham or anywhere else in the UK, our property solicitors make the legal work simple.

Buckingham House Price Data

Buckinghamshire House Prices (in £1000's)
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Property prices have risen in Buckinghamshire, from 2010 to 2013. The Land Registry recorded properties purchased averaging £266, 689 in October 2013, a rise of £8, 416 in comparison to October 2012.

House prices will likely increase throughout this year by 5%-8%. Reasons for the active market include the Help to Buy initiative. Market experts are warning of a 'superbubble', with a correction due in the next 24 months.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold Sale - Gilbert Scott Road, Buckingham, MK18, £289, 000
  • Freehold Sale - A Chaloners Hill, Steeple Claydon, Bucks MK18, £250, 000
  • Sale - Willow Dene, West Street, Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire MK18, £48, 000
  • Freehold Purchase - Chandos Close, Buckingham, MK18, £300, 000
  • Leasehold Flat Sale - - Market Square, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18, £105, 000

Buckingham Conveyancing Fees

If you are buying and selling a property and need a law firm that covers Buckingham, we can offer a fixed cost quote with no sneaky additional extras.

Some firms sneak charges in the small print in their estimate. Things to look into are charges for dealing with a freehold management company or for setting up a title indemnity or repair policy.

Compare conveyancing quotes from Buckingham solicitors

The art in comparing Buckingham conveyancing solicitors quotes is to check through all the fine print for any further costs. Check out our useful typical hidden fee table that helps you with everything to look out for in the terms and conditions when checking for any sneaky hidden additional fees .

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Local Authority Serving Buckingham

Buckingham is in Aylesbury Vale District Council (Conservative controlled). Council Tax bands for 13\14 are; Band A - £1, 001, Band B - £1, 168, Band C - £1, 335, Band D - £1, 501, Band E - £1, 835, Band F - £2, 169, Band G - £2, 502, Band H - £3, 003.

Living in the Buckingham area

Buckingham is situated in Buckinghamshire in South East England and is approximately 15 miles (km) from the county administrative centre of Aylesbury. Pubs in the area include the White Hart, the Three Cups, the Villiers Hotel and the Whale. For groceries, options include Bartlett Butchers at and West Street Local bakery. Claydon House, National Waterways Museum and Sulgrave Manor are listed among popular location attractions. Local food lovers should head down to Boycott Farm held at Stowe, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 5DJ.

Buckingham's local residents also shop at the local Waitrose on Meadow Walk, High Street. Living in the vicinity of a Waitrose could potentially increase your home's value by an average of twenty five percent. Some property pundits may not be convinced by 'the Waitrose effect', yet it remains a factor to be aware of for anyone buying a home in the area.

Conveyancing Process

Finding a quote

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

Remember to check the terms for any additional fees before you decide.

Instructing your selected solicitor

First thing, you must formally engage your solicitor for your Buckingham transaction.

You should always scour their small print for any hidden conveyancing costs e.g. fees for shared ownership cases , before you consent to them.

The initial stages

The conveyancer will, once instructed, make contact with the other sides [2var5] to receive and negotiate the draft contract. This document sets out information about the transaction including the deposit and purchase price.

Carrying out your RICS Home Buyers Survey

Property buyers are always advised to get a survey as it will spot any possible issues like missing DPC or obvious legal breaches. Witchert can be one of a number of a local issue in Buckinghamshire.

Searches in Buckingham

Environmental, Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability and Local Authority are the searches the buyers lawyer arranges in most cases. These searches investigate many factors including checking if the property is a listed building.

Your lawyer may also recommend additional searches.

Exchange of contracts

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


The money that is due to be paid is paid to the sellers conveyancing solicitor, and the purchaser collects keys to their purchase.

Help to Buy Conveyancing in Buckingham

Since its launch in 2013, the Help to Buy schemes has helped over 17, 000 of first-time buyers. The Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme assists first-time buyers who have saved a 5% deposit. In order to qualify for the Help to Buy schemes, the property being bought will need to be your main residence and you may not have an interest in another property The maximum property value available under the Help to Buy scheme is £600, 000.

Speak to the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for further detail regarding the scheme.

Conveyancing when Remortgaging a Buckingham property

In-Deed's efficient lawyers and licensed conveyancers take care of hundreds of remortgage conveyancing cases in Buckinghamshire every year. Our approach can mean faster completion times which may save you a mortgage payment at your old rate.

Online Conveyancing

Solutions such as case management systems are advertised as the key to a fast and low-cost move.

The key to a faster conveyancing transaction is a proactive and communicative solicitor, irrespective of the technology they use. Home movers will get, working with our team of conveyancing specialists, the advantage of 21st Century online conveyancing and the assistance of an experienced conveyancing solicitor.