Conveyancing

Conveyancing is an integral part of the buying and selling process, it's important you have a dedicated and efficient legal team so you know what's going on and are updated through your property transaction. Our 8 step process should help you understand the next stages.

1. Survey

There are two types of Survey, a Home buyers report and building survey.

The Home buyers report will check things like damp, or any repair work that needs doing. This could help potentially re-negotiating if their's lots of work to be done.

A Building Survey - could be more relevant to older buildings, including looking under the floorboards etc. It will give you a full and comprehensive report.

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2. Pre-Contract

Once an offer has been accepted on a property, legal documents need to be prepared to transfer the ownership. The solicitor acting on behalf of the seller, will draft the sale contract for approval of the buyers solicitor.

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3. Mortgage

It's important you have your mortgage in place as soon as possible to avoid any complications or delays.

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4. Final Report

Signatures needed on contract and the deed needs to be passed.

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5. Exchange

The mortgage has been sorted, both parties sign and are now legally transacted to complete. The buyer pays the deposit and agree on a completion date.

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6. After Exchange

Some final searches maybe needed and the final deed needs to be signed by the seller.

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7. Completion

You agree a date to transfer keys and you complete on the transaction.

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8. After Completion

The solicitors will finalise the legal requirements, including paying SDLT, Land registry registration etc).

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