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Conveyancing ...

Conveyancing in St Albans - FAQ-2Whether you are buying, selling or re-mortgaging property, rest assured that your case will be given an unrivalled personal service throughout. We pride ourselves on providing a quality one-to-one service where your point of contact will always be a solicitor. We aim to ensure continuity by allocating one solicitor to handle your case from beginning to end. We deliver a consistently high level of client care and our main priority to ensure that your case is dealt with in an effective and timely manner to suit your particular needs.

We use the latest Case Management Technology and scanning facilities to help us achieve our first class service.

All of our conveyancing work is carried out on a fixed fee basis, so you can be sure that you will not receive any unwelcome surprises at the end of your case. We are so confident that we can deliver a better service than our competitors at a better price, we welcome you to let us know if you have found a better deal elsewhere. We will do our best to match any genuine like for like quote. Call now on 01727 221-655 (St Albans) or 0113 322-7903 (Leeds), or submit your enquiry via our online form below:

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  2. Purchase - Submit your specific details via online form (encrypted for security)

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are Valuations and Surveys?
  2. Can I re-negotiate purchase price based on the results of the Survey?
    Provided you have not exchanged contracts you may choose to use the results of the survey to re-negotiate the purchase price if the survey reveals any serious issues. These negotiations are normally made through the Estate Agent after you have provided a copy of the result directly to the Agent.

    For example, if you have made an offer on a property but the survey reveals that the property has a damp problem, you may obtain a quote from a Damp Proofer to correct the problem and seek confirmation that the Seller(s) will be responsible for meeting the costs of rectification. You may try to negotiate that the problem is rectified before you are prepared to commit to exchange of contracts, or alternatively seek a reduction from the purchase price.

    Please note that the responsibility of any re-negotiation is yours and if the Seller(s) refuse to agree contribute, or worse, if they refuse to sell to you at all, then of course we cannot be held responsible for such an outcome. The decision to embark on such re-negotiation is entirely between you and the Estate Agent.
  3. What are searches?
  4. How long will my Conveyancing take?
  5. When do I need to get buildings insurance?
  6. How much deposit will I need?
  7. When will I pay for my Conveyancing Service?
  8. When do I receive the keys to the property?
  9. When do I receive the money for the property I am selling?