Conveyancing in Stoke Poges

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Conveyancing Solicitors Stoke-Poges

In-Deed conveyancing is a nationwide network of conveyancing solicitors providing state of the art conveyancing services for home buyers and sellers in Buckinghamshire including Stoke Poges. In-Deed's solicitors work on a No Completion, No Fee arrangement so you will only pay any fees if you actually move home. At In-Deed we offer success focussed property lawyers for your sale or purchase and an excellent service that gets you moving.

House Price Data in Stoke Poges

Slough House Prices (in £1000's)
  Oct-10 Oct-11 Oct-12 Oct-13
172 166 171 174

Average house prices in Slough have risen, from 2010 to 2013. Property purchases averaged £174, 491 (source: Land Registry) in October 2013, a change of £3, 029 compared to October 2012.

Average house prices nationwide are predicted to rise further through 2014, with a predicted rise of 5%-8%. Potential causes of the rise include cheaper credit. In spite of this, some experts are warning of a bubble, with a correction due within 24-36 months.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold Sale - Canterbury Avenue, Slough, Berkshire, SL2, £245, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Faraday Road, Slough, SL2, £167, 000
  • Freehold Purchase - Long Readings Lane, Slough, SL2, £249, 950
  • Freehold Purchase - Lower Britwell Road, Slough, SL2, £198, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Littlebrook Avenue, Slough, SL2, £293, 000

Conveyancing Fees In Stoke Poges

If you need a property lawyer that covers Stoke Poges, we can offer a fixed fee quote with no additional fees.

All too commonly conveyancing solicitors hide additional fees in the terms and conditions in their estimate. Additional fees to check for might include charges for SDLT form completion or for postage and telephone calls.

Compare Stoke Poges solicitor conveyancing quotes

It is critical to be thorough when attempting to compare Stoke Poges solicitors quotes. Read our practical article that assists you with everything you need to be aware of in the terms when looking for any extra fees like bank transfer fees.

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Local Government and Council Tax for Stoke Poges

Stoke Poges is in Slough Borough Council (Labour controlled). Council Tax bands for tax year 2013\2014 are as follows; Band A - £933, Band B - £1, 088, Band C - £1, 243, Band D - £1, 399, Band E - £1, 710, Band F - £2, 020, Band G - £2, 331, Band H - £2, 798.

Living in the Stoke Poges area

Stoke Poges is located in Berkshire in South East England and is roughly 31 miles from Abingdon, the county administrative centre. Local residents should appreciate Cliveden and Dorney Court. Watering holes in the area include the Rose & Crown, the Stag, the Plough and the Fox & Pheasant 1km away. For groceries in Stoke Poges, options include Stratton Bakery and Salam Simply Halal Food Ltd butchers.

Conveyancing Process Explained

  1. Selecting a conveyancing quote - Going with the recommendation of the estate agent can be costly, so many home movers do more research to find legal professional. Do not rely on the cheap headline fee. Many cheaper estimates have hidden costs in terms and conditions.

  2. Engaging your chosen solicitor - Once you have worked out which company you wish to carry out the legals on your Stoke Poges transaction you must formally instruct. To do this you need to scour their small print for any hidden conveyancing fees e.g. costs for shared ownership cases , before you sign them.

  3. Post-instruction phase - Pre-contract enquires are made, which include a review of the title, and the draft contract itself will be prepared by the sellers conveyancing solicitor. After the property information form is received, additional enquires will also be raised of the seller.

  4. Get a Surveyor to survey the property - A local Surveyor with experience of surveying property in Stoke Poges will spot any structural issues e.g. missing DPC or mould.

  5. Searches - Environmental, Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability and Local Authority are the four typical searches usually required by mortgage lenders, and these investigate factors including enforcement actions for a breach of planning permission.

  6. Exchange of contracts - When the purchasers deposit is arranged, contracts are exchanged. Both sides are now obligated to complete the transaction.

  7. Completion - Completion occurs when the sellers lawyer has confirmed that they have received , less the 10% deposit, funds that are remaining. The buyer may then pick up the keys to their new property.

  8. Post Completion - Despite the fact that you have now completed your conveyancer will still have unfinished paperwork to complete such as notifying the landlord.

Stoke Poges Help to Buy Conveyancing

17, 000 home movers acquired their new home with the help of Help to Buy since it launched. This scheme is designed to assist first-time buyers with a deposit of 5%.

Contact the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent for more information regarding Help to Buy.

Conveyancing when Remortgaging a property in Stoke Poges

We provide clients remortgaging a home in Stoke Poges with a stress free service at competitive fees (with no hidden extras). Our home moving lawyers can work with all lender panels from Yorkshire Bank Home Loans to the Nationwide Building Society. Our Lawyers approach can mean quicker completion times which often save you a lender payment at the higher rate.

Online Conveyancing

Automated updates and casetracking are examples of benefits of conveyancing online.

Most important, a critical component of a less stressful transaction is a proactive solicitor, regardless of the technology they use. You will receive, with our solicitors, the advantage of both the latest developments in conveyancing and the guidance of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.