In-Deed is a nationwide conveyancing company which provides client-centric conveyancing services to Bristol home movers.
Our competitive fixed cost service contains no hidden extras which helps you calculate the cost of buying and selling a home. If you are based in Horfield and are buying or selling a home, you are in the best place to help make the process as straightforward as possible.
House Price Data in Horfield
Average property prices have risen in Gloucestershire in recent years. Property purchases averaged £174, 516 (source: http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/), a rise of 2% compared to October 2012.
Average house prices are expected to continue to increase through 2014. The Funding for Lending initiative and Construction of new properties at a fifty year low are among potential causes of the uptick. In spite of this, pundits anticipate a bubble, with the market slowing within years.
Recent property transactions
- Leasehold Apartment Sale - The Saracens Radnor Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS7, £140, 000
- Freehold Purchase - Azov Close, Bristol, BS7, £165, 950
- Freehold Sale - Bishop Road, , BS7, £500, 000
- Freehold Sale - Highbury Road, Bristol, BS7, £290, 000
- Freehold Purchase - Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7, £249, 000
Conveyancing Solicitor Fees In Horfield
If you need a conveyancing property lawyer in Horfield, we offer a fixed fee quote with no additional fees.
Some firms include fees in the terms and conditions of their quote. Charges to look for may include costs for setting up a title indemnity or repair policy or for exchanging contracts and completing the transaction within 5 days of each other.
Horfield Local Government
Horfield is in Bristol City Council which is under no overall political control. The council tax bands for 13\14 are: Band A - £1, 065, Band B - £1, 242, Band C - £1, 420, Band D - £1, 597, Band E - £1, 952, Band F - £2, 307, Band G - £2, 662, Band H - £3, 195.
Living in Horfield
Watering holes in the area include the Wellington, the Gloucester Arms in Bristol, the Queen Vic, the Royal Oak and the Inn On The Green. Local shops include M.J Dalton Butchers at 409 Gloucester Rd Horfield and Joe's Bakery.
How a Horfield property lawyer Will Carry out the Conveyancing
Deciding on a quote for the conveyancing - Before the process will begin, you must find a solicitor. Find fixed-fee quotes with no sale, no fee protection, checking terms and conditions for any additional hidden fees.
Appointing a solicitor - Once you have identified the conveyancing quote you wish to accept, you must instruct them to carry out the legal procedure for your Horfield sale or purchase. You need to scour the solicitors small print for further conveyancing costs such as charges for filling in an SDLT form , before signing them.
Post-instruction - The purchasers solicitor negotiates the draft contract with the sellers conveyancing solicitor. In addition pre-contract enquires are made. Additional enquires will also be raised of the seller once the purchasers conveyancer has checked the completed property information questionnaire (PIQ).
Instruct the Home Buyer Report - When buying a property, you will be always recommended to get a RICS HomeBuyer Report of Building Survey as it will identify any structural problems including missing DPC or dangerous modifications. Bristol RICS surveyors covering Horfield homes will also be familiar with regional things which include interlocking clay tiles.
Carrying out searches - The common searches usually required by mortgage lenders are Environmental, Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability and Local Authority. These cover numerous issues including changes near the property, such as planned road or rail works.
Exchange of contracts - When the seller and buyer are happy with the contract, the two sides sign. The purchaser then pays the deposit (in general ten percent of the property price).
Completion - The purchaser will then collect from the estate agent keys to the new home once the sellers conveyancer certifies receipt of any remaining money due.
Help to Buy Conveyancing
Almost 20, 000 purchasers acquired their new home under Help to Buy since it launched. The Help to Buy scheme is planned to aid first-time buyers and home movers with at least a 5% deposit.
For further information on the Help to Buy programme, call the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent. Radian (call 0238 062 8004) is Horfield's Help to Buy agent.
Are you Remortgaging in Horfield ?
Are you going to remortgage a house or flat in Horfield? Our specialist team of CQS solicitors can take instructions for all lender panels from Halifax to The Mortgage Works. In-Deed have invested in class leading technologies which help our solicitors to offer a fast and individual legal service.
Online Conveyancing Quote
Tools such as automated updates and case tracking are commonly advertised as the secret to a fast and low-cost move.
In reality, the secret to a stress-free process is a proactive solicitor, irrespective of their technology. Working with our team, buyers and sellers experience the benefit of the latest developments in conveyancing and also the advice of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.