In-Deed is a nationwide group of conveyancers which delivers expert conveyancing services for residential property buyers and sellers in Langham and Rutland. We offer a competitive fixed cost service with no hidden fees which helps you budget for the rising cost of buying and selling a home. Wherever you live in Rutland, our property solicitors make the legal work simple.
Langham House Price Data
Over the last four years, average property values have remained constant in Leicestershire. Properties bought averaged £146, 640 (source: http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/) in October 2013, a change of £608 compared to October 2012.
Recent property transactions
- Freehold Sale - Kings Road, Oakham, Leicestershire, LE15, £135, 000
- Purchase - The Old Forge, Great North Road, Stretton, Oakham, Leicestershire, LE15, £549, 950
- Freehold Sale - Lyndon Road, North Luffenham, Oakham, Leicestershire, LE15, £200, 000
- Freehold Sale - Ashwell Road, Whissendine, Oakham, Leicestershire, LE15, £150, 000
- Freehold Sale - Ladywell, Oakham, Leicestershire, LE15, £125, 000
Langham Solicitors Legal Fees
In-Deed's transparent fixed conveyancing quotes mean no additional costs to worry about for your Langham conveyancing.
All too commonly lawyers include additional fees in the small print of their conveyancing quote. Additional fees to look into may include charges for leasehold supplements or for bank TT's.
Local Government for Langham
Langham is in Rutland County Council (Conservative controlled). Council Tax bands for the tax year 2013\2014 are as follows: Band A - £999, Band B - £1, 165, Band C - £1, 332, Band D - £1, 498, Band E - £1, 831, Band F - £2, 164, Band G - £2, 497, Band H - £2, 996.
Living in the Langham area
Langham is located in Rutland in the East Midlands and is roughly 1.5 miles from Oakham, the county town. Melton Carnegie Museum and Oakham Castle are listed among local attractions. Popular drinking spots in the area include the White Horse, the Six Bells, the Blue Boar and the Dog 4km in Norton. Langham shopping options include Patisserie Valerie bakery and A Willsher & Son Ltd butchers.
How the Conveyancing Process is Carried Out
Obtaining a quote for the legal work
First, get a solicitor based on what matters most to you.
Ensure that you check terms and conditions for any additional hidden fees prior to instructing.
Engaging your chosen solicitor
As soon as you have identified which solicitors quote you would like to go with, the next step will be to formally appoint them to conduct the legal work on your Langham sale or purchase.
This initial step will require you to go over, approve and sign the solicitors fine print.
The pre-contract stage
Pre-contract enquires are sent, which can include a review of the deeds, and the draft contract itself is drawn up.
Getting your Survey
An experienced RICS Surveyor with experience on Langham properties will spot potentially expensive structural issues, for instance lack of internal support and rising damp.
Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental are the searches the conveyancer will generally order, and these cover numerous issues including environmental issues.
Your property lawyer could also recommend additional searches.
Exchange of contracts
When the buyer and seller agree on a final draft, both sides sign copies and deliver them to each other. The buyer then transfers the deposit (usually ten percent of the property price).
Any remaining money due is wired to the sellers lawyer, and the buyer receives keys to the new home, with transfer documents and title deeds.
Help to Buy Conveyancing
Over 17, 000 purchasers acquired their new property through the Government's Help to Buy scheme since it launched. The Help to Buy scheme enables participating lenders to purchase a guarantee, so they can then offer mortgages of up to 95% loan to value.
Speak to the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for more information regarding Help to Buy. Orbit (call 0345 850 2050) is Langham's Help to Buy agent.
Conveyancing for a Remortgage in Langham
In-Deed offer home owners wanting to remortgage a property in Langham with a fast and efficient service at an unbeatable fixed fees. Our specialist team have designed leading remortgage systems and processes enabling our solicitors to give a communicative and very personal service. Our specialist team of solicitors can act for all lender panels from Swansea Building Society to Dunfermline Building Society.
Automated updates and casetracking are some of the benefits of online conveyancing.
The key to an easier conveyancing transaction is instructing a fast and efficient solicitor. Home movers have, with In-Deed, the benefit of online conveyancing and the support of an experienced conveyancing solicitor.