In-Deed online conveyancing is a national conveyancing firm which offers highly efficient conveyancing legal services to home buyers and sellers in Tower Hamlets. We do not bury any added costs in the T's and C's, we give you a price guarantee. Whether you are moving to or from Whitechapel our property lawyers will make your sale or purchase as stress free as possible.
Property Price Data in Whitechapel
House prices in Tower Hamlets have risen, from 2010 to 2013. In October 2013, residential properties bought averaged £388, 896 (source: Land Registry).
House prices are expected to increase further through 2014. Potential causes of the rise include Help to Buy. Property experts are warning of a bubble, with a slowdown expected in the next 24 months.
Recent property transactions
- Sale of Flat - Temple Court, Rectory Square, London, E1, £325, 000
- Leasehold Purchase - George Leybourne House, Fletcher Street, London, E1, £250, 000
- Leasehold Apartment Sale - Painter House, Sidney Street, London, E1, £200, 000
- Leasehold Purchase - Cornell Street, Coke Street, London, E1, £247, 000
- Leasehold Sale - Adelina Yard, Adelina Grove, London and Parking Space, E1, £280, 000
Whitechapel Solicitors Legal Fees
In-Deed's conveyancing quotes will cover all foreseeable aspects associated with a normal transaction for a home move in Whitechapel.
Some solicitors sneak further fees in the terms of their quote or estimate. Additional fees to look into are costs for acting for the mortgage company or for filling out the stamp duty tax return.
Local Government Serving Whitechapel
Whitechapel is located in Tower Hamlets Council (Labour controlled). Council tax brackets for the tax year 13\14 are as follows: Band A - £792, Band B - £924, Band C - £1, 056, Band D - £1, 189, Band E - £1, 453, Band F - £1, 717, Band G - £1, 981, Band H - £2, 377.
Living in Whitechapel
Local pubs include the George Tavern, the White Hart, the Urban Bar, the Blind Beggar and the Half Moon. Nearby shops include Muslim Halal Butchers and The Hummingbird Bakery at 11 Frying Pan Alley.
Conveyancing Process Explained
|Obtaining your conveyancing quote||Whilst it is possible to undertake the legal work yourself, most of us do not have the experience or appropriate legal knowledge, and sensibly decide to instruct a solicitor. Focus on fixed-fee quotes that have a 'no move, no fee' guarantee, but ensure that you check the small print for any additional fees.|
|Instructing your preferred solicitor||Once you have identified which lawyer you want to complete the legal process for your Whitechapel property sale or purchase it will be necessary to formally appoint them. This requires you to read carefully, approve and sign the solicitors contractual terms and conditions.|
|After you have instructed||Preliminary enquires, including things like looking into rights of way, and the draft contract itself will be drawn up by the seller's conveyancing solicitor. At this stage of the conveyancing, the property buyer will be in receipt confirmation of the mortgage from their lender by this point of the conveyancing.|
|Carrying out a Home Buyer Report||Property buyers are typically recommended to get a home survey as it can spot any possible defects e.g. thermal movement and rising damp.|
|Searches in Whitechapel||Local Authority, Environmental, Drainage and Water, and Chancel Liability are the four standard searches expected by mortgage lenders, and they cover a wide range of issues, including changes near the property, such as planning permission for a school.|
|Exchange of contracts||When terms are agreed and the deposit is ready, contracts are exchanged. The two parties are now obliged to complete the transaction.|
|Completion||On a set day, the purchaser can collect the keys to the property once the seller's solicitor certifies that they are in receipt of the balance of the funds that are due.|
|Post Completion||Now you have taken possession of your new home the solicitor has a number of tasks to finish including sending out completion documents.|
The Help to Buy programme
To qualify for Help to Buy, the house being acquired 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.
Speak to the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent if you would like additional information on Help to Buy. Aldwyck , 01582 869 440, is the local Help to Buy agent for Whitechapel.
Fast Conveyancing for a Remortgage in Whitechapel
Our proactive solicitors and conveyancers can do the conveyancing process for home owners looking into remortgaging a house or flat in Whitechapel . Our team of solicitors can act on all major and smaller bank panels from TSB to Kensington Mortgage Company. Our team have designed the latest systems which help our conveyancing property lawyers to deliver a stress free and individual service.
Many authors have discussed the benefits of online conveyancing, like casetracking and SMS updates.
In reality, an essential component of a less stressful transaction is a proactive and communicative solicitor, irrespective of their technology. Buyers and sellers will get, working with In-Deed, the advantage of 21st Century online conveyancing and the advice of a dedicated property lawyer.