In-Deed is a nationwide conveyancing specialist that provides state of the art property legal services to residential property buyers and sellers in Berkshire. We promise a guaranteed fixed cost conveyancing service comes with no nasty surprises in the small print which helps you budget for the rising cost of moving home. In-Deed make your move fast and user friendly.
Caversham House Prices
In recent years, Property values in Reading have risen. Purchased property averaged £202, 807 (source: Land Registry).
House prices in the UK are predicted to continue rising throughout 2014, rising by up to 8%. Factors driving the rise include the government's extension of Help to Buy.
Recent property transactions
- Freehold Home Purchase - Earlsfield Close, Reading, Berkshire, RG4, £246, 000
- Leasehold Purchase - The Old Lane, Reading, RG1, £184, 000
- Leasehold Purchase - Admirals Court, Reading, RG1, £138, 000
- Freehold Property Purchase - North Street, Caversham, Reading, RG4, £215, 000
- Freehold Sale - Denbeigh Place, Reading, Berkshire, RG1, £250, 000
Caversham Solicitors Legal Fees
Our legal quotes always include everything associated with a normal conveyancing transaction for a home move in Caversham.
A lot of conveyancing lawyers hide fees in their small print of their conveyancing quote. Frequently these extra charges may be plain from the start of the case. These can include added fees for representing a lender or completing the stamp duty tax return.
Compare conveyancing quotes from Caversham solicitors
Many conveyancing solicitors quotes are in fact estimates rather than quotes. We have written a practical list of potential fees that assists you with the things you need to be aware of in the solicitors contractual terms when checking for any hidden fees , for instance indemnity insurance arrangement fee .
Local Authority Serving Caversham
Caversham is in Reading Borough Council (Labour controlled). Council Tax bandings for 2013\2014 are; Band A - £1, 021, Band B - £1, 191, Band C - £1, 361, Band D - £1, 531, Band E - £1, 872, Band F - £2, 212, Band G - £2, 552, Band H - £3, 063.
Living in Caversham
Caversham is located in Berkshire in South East England and is about 19 miles from Abingdon, the county administrative centre. Some points of interest near Caversham are Basildon Park and Fawley Court. Caversham shopping options include R.J Ford & Sons butchers and The Daily Loaf Ltd bakery at Winnersh. Pubs in the area include the Fox & Hounds, the Clifton Arms, the Prince of Wales and the Baron Cadogan.
Many local residents may also buy the weekly shop at Caversham's Waitrose, on Church Street. This particular supermarket delivers more than a place where you buy groceries. Living near a Waitrose can boost the sale price of your home by an average of 25%. Agents may be sceptical of this, even so this remains something to bear in mind for anyone moving to Caversham.
The conveyancing process for Caversham houses - a guide
|Selecting a quote for your conveyancing||First, choose a conveyancing solicitor guided by what factors matter to you. It is important to check the small print for any hidden fees before you instruct.|
|Appointing your preferred solicitor||At the point you have identified the solicitor you want to execute the legals on your Caversham move you must appoint them. To do this you absolutely must check the Caversham solicitors terms of business for supplementary conveyancing costs like fees for acting on a new build transaction, before you agree to them.|
|The pre-contract phase||Enquires are made, including an initial investigation of title, and the draft contract itself will be prepared. More enquiries will also be raised once the buyer's property lawyer has reviewed the property information questionnaire.|
|Getting the RICS HomeBuyer Report||A local Surveyor with experience on Caversham properties will establish if there are any structural issues including unsafe attic conversions or penetrating damp. Clay soil is a regional problem common in Berkshire.|
|Searches in Caversham||The standard searches are Chancel Liability, Local Authority, Environmental and Drainage and Water. These look into many issues including checking if the property is a listed building. Your solicitor may also recommend possible additional searches.|
|Exchanging contracts||When the parties are satisfied with the final contract, both sides sign their copies and they are sent to the other party. The buyer then hands over the deposit (generally ten percent of the property price).|
|Completion||The buyer can then collect, usually from the agent, keys to the property after the seller's conveyancing solicitor has confirmed receipt of any remaining funds due to be paid.|
|Post Completion Details||Despite the fact that you will now have completed on your purchase your property lawyer still has unfinished paperwork to complete such as registering the property.|
Purchasing with Help to Buy
Over 17, 000 purchasers purchased their home under the Government's Help to Buy scheme within the first nine months. There are two Help to Buy schemes, the Equity Loan and Mortgage Guarantee. Each is designed to assist first-time buyers that have saved at least a 5% deposit, but are otherwise quite different. The Mortgage Guarantee enables lenders to offer up to a 95% mortgage. The Equity Loan comprises a 20% equity loan from the Government, which can be repaid at any time.
Contact the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for more detail on the scheme.
Conveyancing when Remortgaging in Caversham
In-Deed's proactive property lawyers can assist you if looking into remortgaging a property in Caversham. In-Deed have invested in leading technologies letting our conveyancing solicitors deliver a stress free and personal legal service.
Online Conveyancing Quote
More so than ever before, it is easy for home movers to monitor the progress of their move, with conveyancing online tools such as automated updates and case tracking at their disposal.
The key to an easier conveyancing transaction is a communicative solicitor. Working with In-Deed's conveyancing solicitors, home movers will get the benefit of both 21st Century online conveyancing and the presence of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.