In-Deed online conveyancing is a national conveyancing firm that delivers high quality conveyancing to Cranfield home buyers and sellers. Our highly competitive fixed fee conveyancing service contains no hidden extras in order to help remove any uncertainty from the ever increasing cost of buying and selling a home. Wherever you live in Bedfordshire In-Deed will make your property sale or purchase simple.
Cranfield House Price Data
In recent years, Average property prices have risen in Central Bedfordshire. Purchased property averaged £174, 996, based on Land Registry data in October 2013.
House prices are expected to increase further through 2014. Help to Buy and Funding for Lending schemes are among the causes of the promising housing market.
Recent property transactions
- Freehold Home Purchase - Beeby Way, Carlton, Bedfordshire, MK43, £247, 500
- Freehold House Purchase - Parsonage Close, Oakley, MK43, £353, 000
- Freehold Purchase - Robinson Close, Bedford, MK43, £399, 995
- Freehold Sale - Wood End Road, Kempston, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK43, £275, 000
- Freehold Sale - The Green, Bromham MK43, £23, 000
Cranfield Solicitors Legal Fees
If you require a conveyancing property lawyer that can handle Cranfield transactions, we can provide you with a fixed conveyancing quote with no hidden fees.
Far too many conveyancing property lawyers include conveyancing fees in the terms in their conveyancing quote. Charges to check for may include charges for acting on new build property on purchase transactions or for indemnity insurance arrangement.
Compare conveyancing quotes from Cranfield solicitors
Home buyers and sellers should be measured when attempting to compare Cranfield solicitors quotes. We have written a practical article which underlines everything to search for in the solicitors terms when hunting for any hidden fees .
Local Authority and Council Tax for Cranfield
Cranfield is in Central Bedfordshire Council (Conservative controlled). Council tax bandings for the tax year 2013 to 2014 are: Band A - £1, 101, Band B - £1, 285, Band C - £1, 469, Band D - £1, 652, Band E - £2, 019, Band F - £2, 387, Band G - £2, 754, Band H - £3, 304.
The Cranfield area
Cranfield is located in Bedfordshire in the East of England and is about 8 miles from the county town of Bedford. Shops in the area include Ingle & Caves butchers at 21 Bedford Rd Marston Moreteyne and Victoria's Vintage Cakes bakery. Local pubs include the Swan, the Cross Keys and the Bell. Some local points of interest around Cranfield are Bromham Mill and Gallery, Cowper & Newton Museum and Woburn Abbey.
The conveyancing process in Cranfield
Selecting a conveyancing solicitor - Although it is technically possible to carry out the conveyancing process yourself, most home movers do not have the experience or appropriate legal knowledge, and opt to instruct a property lawyer. It is important to check terms and conditions for any hidden costs before you decide.
Appointing your selected solicitor - At the point you have chosen which conveyancer you would like to complete the legal process for your Cranfield home move you must formally engage their services. This will require you to go over, agree to and sign the solicitor's formal terms of engagement.
The draft contract stage - The contract collates confirmation of the price and deposit, and details regarding the buyer and seller, and is sent by the seller's property lawyer to the buyer's. The final version is agreed by the buyer's and seller's solicitors, and initial dates may be settled for exchange and completion.
Arrange a Chartered Surveyor to check the property - Property buyers are strongly recommended to get a RICS Survey because it will spot potentially expensive if there are any defects e.g. flat roof problems or drainage problems.
Conveyancing searches in Cranfield - Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental are the standard searches which mortgage lenders need. These searches cover many issues including whether the property is connected to public drains. Your solicitor could also recommend additional searches.
Exchange of contracts - When the seller and buyer are satisfied with the final contract, the two sides sign their copies. The buyer then pays the agreed deposit (in most cases ten percent of the property price).
Completion - Any remaining funds due to be paid are paid to the seller's lawyer, and the buyer receives the keys.
Help to Buy Conveyancing in Cranfield
In order to qualify for the Help to Buy schemes, the property needs to be your main home and not Buy to Let £600, 000 is the upper limit for homes bought under the scheme.
For further information, contact the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.
Conveyancing for a Remortgage on a Cranfield property
In-Deed's proactive conveyancing property lawyers and licensed conveyancers can help you if planning to remortgage a Cranfield property. Our team have developed the latest systems and processes assisting our lawyers in delivering a rapid and personal legal service.
Online Conveyancing Quote
Online conveyancing technology, such as tools like casetracking and SMS updates, is marketed by law firms as the key to fast, low cost conveyancing.
In truth, the secret to a less stressful move is a proactive and communicative solicitor. Working with In-Deed, you experience the benefit of online conveyancing and the assistance of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.