If you are buying or selling a property, you need a Beverley lawyer with legal expertise in conveyancing to represent you. Property is the biggest investment that most people make and our solicitors will work hard to ensure that your purchase is legally sound and that your transaction is completed as smoothly as possible.
We know that you are likely to have questions about the process and we are always happy to discuss your situation and answer your queries. Our team in Beverley are known for their excellent client care and the support and guidance they provide.
Their depth of experience means that they are able to deal effectively with difficulties that might arise, doing all they can to ensure that completion takes place promptly.
If you would like to speak to one of our Beverley conveyancing experts, call us on 01482 300 200>, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in our Free Online Enquiry and we will call you back promptly for a FREE initial chat. We can also provide you with a conveyancing quote.
Our property team deals with a full range of residential property matters, to including:
We have an excellent reputation for making conveyancing as easy as possible for our clients, working hard to complete transactions without delay while also paying exceptional attention to detail.
As well as our extensive legal expertise, we also pride ourselves on our outstanding level of client care. You will be able to contact your Beverley conveyancer as necessary to discuss developments and ask us any questions you may have. We will also keep you updated as to the progress of your sale or purchase throughout.
We hold the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality accreditation, awarded to firms in recognition of the high level of service they provide as well as the expertise they have to provide quality conveyancing advice.
We always ensure that our prices are clear from the outset so that you can be sure of the overall costs of your transaction. Get in touch for a free no obligation quote or download our free guide to conveyancing fees.
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We know that you will probably have questions about the conveyancing process and we are always happy to answer these. Below are some of the most frequently asked conveyancing questions, but if you have any other queries please feel free to ring us.
The length of time taken to complete a conveyancing transaction depends on several factors, in particular the other parties in the chain. We always work to eliminate unnecessary delays on our part and to chase up our clients’ buyers and sellers wherever possible.
If your transaction is part of a lengthy chain, then the conveyancing may take several months. Issues that can slow a sale or purchase down include legal issues with the title, waiting for search results, problems revealed in a survey and delays in receiving a mortgage offer. On average, most conveyancing is completed within 8-12 weeks.
Our team always responds promptly to all correspondence and we keep in close contact with the other parties to anticipate any potential issues that might arise so that they can be dealt with quickly.
If you are buying a property, then the first step to take when you have an offer accepted is to contact a solicitor and ask them to represent you. In fact, you can do this even before you have found a property so that you have someone lined up to start work straight away.
If you ask us to act for you, we will send you the preliminary forms to be completed and also carry out the necessary identity checks. The seller’s solicitor will send us the contract package which will contain information about the property, including a copy of the legal title, a property information form and a list of the fixtures and fittings that are included in the sale.
We will apply for searches and go through the legal documentation, raising enquiries with the seller and their solicitor as appropriate.
Once we have all of the information we need, we will report to you and you can sign the contract in readiness for exchange. Your mortgage lender will send us a copy of your mortgage offer and we will provide you with the mortgage deed for signature.
You will also need to let us have your deposit for payment on exchange. This is often 10% of the purchase price, but if you are also selling a property, it is usually possible to use the deposit from your sale.
We will discuss potential completion dates with you and once we have agreed on a date, we can exchange contracts. This is the point at which the transaction becomes legally binding and the completion date is settled. Following exchange, we will carry out the pre-completion searches and order your mortgage advance. You will need to arrange to send us the balance of completion money, if any is needed, in readiness.
On the day of completion, we will arrange for the money to be sent to the seller’s solicitor and once it has been received, they will authorise the estate agent to release the keys to your new home to you.
Following completion, we will arrange for the property and any mortgage to be registered into your name at HM Land Registry.
At Lockings Solicitors, our expert conveyancing solicitors in Beverley represent clients in residential sale and purchase conveyancing as well as in a full range of other property matters.
If you are buying or selling your home and you would like to instruct one of our Beverley conveyancing solicitors, ring us on 01482 300 200, email us at email@example.com or fill in our contact form and one of our team will call you back promptly for a FREE initial chat.
If you are a customer of Lockings Solicitors and we have contracted with you online you may be entitled to use the EU Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Platform to assist in resolving any dispute with us. This service can be found at https://ec.europa.eu/odr.
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