In-Deed is a nationwide conveyancing company which provides leading edge property legal services for home buyers and sellers in Great Missenden. We do not hide any added costs in the T's and C's, we give you a price promise. Our experienced solicitors make the conveyancing fast and efficient.
Great Missenden Property Price Data
Between 2010 and 2013, house values have risen in Buckinghamshire. The Land Registry recorded residential purchases with an average of £266, 689 in October 2013.
Average property prices generally are expected to continue to rise throughout this year by up to 8%. Demand exceeding housing stock and the availability of cheap credit are among likely reasons for the uptick. Property pundits are warning of a 'superbubble', with a correction due by 2016.
Recent property transactions
- Freehold Purchase - Langleybury, Martinsend Lane, Great Missenden, HP16, £850, 000
- Purchase - Spindles, Reyners Green, Little Kingshill, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16, £615, 000
- Freehold Purchase - Sixty Acres Road, Great Missenden, HP16, £570, 000
- Remortgage - Woodleigh, Wychwood Rise, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16, £217, 350
- Sale - Peters Close, Prestwood, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16, £255, 000
Great Missenden Conveyancing Fees
Our clear fixed quotes mean no additional fees to worry about for your Great Missenden conveyancing matter.
Sometimes firms bury further fees in their terms. Some of these hidden costs are plain from the very start i.e. when providing an initial quote when arranging a solicitor's quote. Watch out for details like further legal costs for storing deeds or for filling in an SDLT form.
A guide to comparing Great Missenden solicitor conveyancing quotes
The majority of quotes provided by conveyancing solicitors are correctly described as "estimates". Have a look at the following helpful guide which sets out what to search for in the solicitors terms of engagement when you look for any hidden costs , for instance bank transfer fees.
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Great Missenden Local Government
Great Missenden is situated in Chiltern District Council (Conservative controlled). Council Tax bands for 2013 to 2014 are as follows: Band A - £1, 008, Band B - £1, 176, Band C - £1, 344, Band D - £1, 512, Band E - £1, 847, Band F - £2, 183, Band G - £2, 519, Band H - £3, 023.
Great Missenden life and amenities
Great Missenden is located in Buckinghamshire in South East England and is roughly 9 miles (km) from the county town of Aylesbury. Locally sourced food buffs should visit Christmas Tree Farm Chesham held at Amersham Road, Chesham, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1NE. Ashridge Estate and Bekonscot Model Village are listed among local tourist attractions. Zoran's Bakery at 123 High St and Halls Of Hazlemere butchers are some of the useful grocery options in the area. The George, the Cross Keys, the Nags Head and the Black Horse are among the area's local pubs.
Guide to the conveyancing process for Great Missenden property
Finding a quote for your legal work
Before the conveyancing process can begin, a conveyancer will need to be found. Look for quotes with 'no sale, no fee' protection, checking terms and conditions for any additional hidden fees.
Instructing your selected solicitor
Once you have identified the conveyancer you want to handle the legal work on your Great Missenden home move you will need to formally engage their services. You must always check the Great Missenden solicitors terms of business accompanying the quote for any hidden charges like fees for acting on a shared ownership file, before you approve them.
This document specifies the property price and other information about the sale such as deposits, and is sent by the seller's property lawyer to the buyer's. By this stage, the property buyer will have received the formal mortgage offer at this point of the process.
Instruct a Home Buyers Survey
A good RICS Surveyor with experience on property in Great Missenden will spot any issues e.g. thermal movement or drainage problems. RICS surveyors experienced in Great Missenden will also be aware of local concerns which include witchert.
Conveyancing searches in Great Missenden
There are four routine searches. These are Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental. These cover numerous factors including compulsory purchase orders.
Exchange of contracts
After terms are settled and the deposit is arranged, contracts are exchanged. Both sides are now obliged to go through with the transaction.
The purchaser can then collect, usually from the agent, the keys after the seller's solicitor has confirmed that they have received, less the 10% deposit, the money that is due.
Help to Buy
The Help to Buy scheme makes it possible for home buyers with a deposit of at least 5% to buy a new-build or existing home priced at up to £600, 000. In order to be eligible for Help to Buy, the property needs to be a shared ownership or shared equity purchase, or a second home The highest price for a property purchased under the scheme is £600, 000.
If you would like additional information on the scheme, contact the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.
Conveyancing when Remortgaging in Great Missenden
Our carefully selected solicitors successfully administer hundreds of remortgage conveyancing matters in Buckinghamshire every month. Our specialist team of solicitors are on all building society and bank panels, from the Nationwide Building Society to Rooftop Mortgages. In-Deed have developed the latest remortgage systems which allow our conveyancing solicitors to deliver a communicative but still individualised service.
Conveyancing technology, including solutions like email and SMS updates and casetracking, is marketed by many conveyancing websites as the key to fast, cheap conveyancing.
However, an essential component of a less stressful move is finding a solicitor who is both efficient and who provides regular updates. Home movers will experience, with our team of residential property specialists, the benefit of both 21st Century conveyancing solutions and the presence of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.