Conveyancing in Dorking

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Conveyancing Solicitors Dorking

In-Deed online conveyancing is a national panel of property lawyers which provides customer focussed conveyancing services for buyers and sellers in Surrey.

We offer conveyancing on a no completion no fee basis so you will only incur the legal fees as and when your matter is completed. Our property lawyers make the legal work fast and user friendly.




Property Prices in Dorking

Surrey House Prices (in £1000's)
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House prices have risen in Surrey in recent years. In October 2013, the Land Registry reported homes bought with an average of £314, 880, an increase of £9, 681 compared to the same month last year.

Residential property prices in the UK are predicted to increase this year. Possible reasons for this change include greater availability of mortgages. Property pundits anticipate a bubble, with a correction due by 2016.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold Sale - Meadowbrook Road, Dorking, RH4, £275, 000
  • Freehold Purchase - Holmwood View Road, Mid Holmwood, Dorking, Surrey, RH5, £250, 000
  • Apartment Sale - Nower Close East, Dorking, Surrey, RH4, £270, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Old Pines, Parkgate Road, Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey, RH5, £560, 000
  • Freehold Purchase - Pixham Lane, Dorking, RH4, £590, 000

Dorking Conveyancing Solicitor Fees

In-Deed's fixed conveyancing fee pledge means the amount on your initial quote is the same amount you will be charged after you actually move.

Some solicitors have charges in their terms. All too often these fees might be an obvious part of the standard conveyancing transaction from the beginning of the sale or purchase. These might include further sums to pay for storing deeds or property auction buyers.




Local Authority for Dorking

Dorking is in Mole Valley District Council which is under no overall political control. The council tax bands for 13\14 are as follows: Band A - £1, 026, Band B - £1, 197, Band C - £1, 368, Band D - £1, 539, Band E - £1, 881, Band F - £2, 223, Band G - £2, 565, Band H - £3, 078.




Living in Dorking

Dorking is situated in Surrey in South East England and is around 10 miles from Guildford, the county administrative centre. Popular local pubs include the Bulls Head, the Spotted Dog and the Burgundy & Black. Shops near Dorking include Watsons Bakeries bakery at 58 High St and Pearce Stuart butchers. Bocketts Farm Park and Clandon Park are included among local attractions. Home grown food enthusiasts want to visit Kingfisher Farm Shop held at Abinger Hammer, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6QX.

Dorking's local residents may visit at the area's Waitrose on High Street. Living near a Waitrose could boost the sale price of your home by up to fifty percent. Some may not be convinced by this, even so this remains an issue to consider for anyone moving into Dorking.




How a Solicitor Will Carry out the Conveyancing in Dorking

Deciding on a quote

Firstly, find a property lawyer guided by what factors matter to you. Do not focus on the cheap headline fee. Many cheaper estimates might have hidden fees included in the small print.

Appointing your preferred solicitor

Before your conveyancing firm can proceed with the conveyancing process, you will have to formally appoint them. You MUST scour the solicitors fine print for any extra costs, for instance fees for acting on a leasehold property , before consenting to them.

The pre-contract phase

This document collates the deposit, the agreed property price and relevant details of title deeds, and is sent to the buyer's conveyancer from the seller's. The contract is finalised, and initial dates may be set for exchange and completion.

Carrying out the RICS HomeBuyer Report

A good local Surveyor with experience on Dorking properties will identify defects such as flashing problems and penetrating damp. House longhorn beetle can be a known concern affecting Surrey.

Dorking conveyancing searches

There are four standard searches that lenders will request. These are Chancel Liability, Local Authority, Environmental and Drainage and Water. These look into factors including changes near the property, such as planned road or rail works. In addition, your conveyancing solicitor could also recommend additional searches.

Exchanging contracts

Once terms are settled and the deposit is arranged, contracts are exchanged. The parties are now legally obligated to complete the sale and purchase.

On Completion

The buyer can then pick up the keys to the property once the seller's solicitor has confirmed receipt of the money that is due, less the deposit already paid.

After Completion

Even though you will now have taken possession of the property your Dorking property lawyer has unfinished work to complete e.g. paying the stamp duty..




Purchasing with Help to Buy

Over 17, 000 purchasers bought their home under the Help to Buy schemes already. The Help to Buy scheme assists first-time buyers that have saved at least a 5% deposit. In order to qualify for the Help to Buy schemes, the house must be your main residence and you may not have an interest in another property.

For more information, contact the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.




Are you Remortgaging a property in Dorking ?

Our team of proactive solicitors and licensed conveyancers can carry out all of the legal work for anyone looking into remortgaging a home in Dorking . In-Deed have invested in state of the art case management systems which help our solicitors to provide a communicative and bespoke service. In-Deed's lawyers can work with all mortgage lender panels, from Allied Irish Bank to New Life Mortgages.




Online Conveyancing Quote

Solutions including email and SMS updates and casetracking are advertised as the secret to a fast and low-cost move.

In reality, a key part of a stress-free process is a proactive and communicative solicitor, regardless of the technology they use. Buyers and sellers will receive, with In-Deed's solicitors, the benefit of both online conveyancing and additionally the advice of an experienced conveyancing solicitor.