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Conveyancing and Property Guides

At Conveyancing Warehouse we not only provide instant conveyancing quotes but also like to share our conveyancing knowledge. Set our below are a list of our most recent articles written by our Conveyancing Solicitors. This section of our web site provides a useful resource not only to our clients but to many property professionals.

Auctions Buying Property

When buying at auction you must be carefully as if your bid is accepted and the gavel does go down then there is no way of going back, contacts have exchanged at this point, you are legally bound to pay a 10% deposit with the balance to be paid on completion which depending on the contract is usually 21 days after the Auction....

Auctions Selling Property

If successful, selling at an auction can offer the speedy completion which is usually 21 days after the Auction.  There is no break down of chains, no changing of minds or negotiations of the sale price. Most properties that are sold at auction are those that require a lot of renovation work....

Buying Property

Buying a house can be an extremely stressful and unpredictable enterprise, hence the more information you can gather the more prepared you will be. The obvious initial step before you instruct a conveyancing solicitor is to identify the type of property best suits your need. Do you want to live in a flat or house? Is it near schools or local shops?....

Compare Conveyancing Solicitors

Unfortunately Conveyancing Comparison is not an exact science. Unlike car insurance, electricity and gas units or broadband internet connections there are very rarely fixed amounts involved. Solicitor can always provide quotes but in reality the final amount payable can vary considerably from that amount.

Conservatories and Planning Permission

When considering a conservatory you need to apply for planning permission. If your property is a flat or maisonette (including those converted from houses) or a commercial property, such as a shop or public house. If the conservatory, or any part of it when built, would be nearer to a highway than the nearest part of the original house unless there is at least 20 metres between the conservatory and the highway. If the property is a listed building.....

Conservatories and Building Regulations

You are advised not to construct conservatories where they will restrict ladder access to windows serving rooms in roof or loft conversions, particularly if any of the windows are intended to help escape or rescue if there is a fire....

Easements & Conveyancing

During the sale or purchase of property your conveyancing solicitor will often come across easements. An easement is a right benefiting a piece of land (known as the dominant land) that is enjoyed over land owned by someone else (the servient land)....

New Build Property & Conveyancing

The purchase of a new build property is a more complex transaction than the purchase of an existing house or building, and some matters additional to those relevant to a purchase of an existing property must be considered....

How to Remortgage your Property

As a home owner you may decide to remortgage your property for a number of reasons ie. seeking to decrease your monthly installments, releasing equity in order to finance a further property or make improvements to your home....

Jargon Buster

When looking for a Conveyancing Solicitor people can be put off by the legal jargon. Here at Online Conveyancing Solicitors we offer a full jargonbuster page, all conveyancing terminology in an understandable context....

Joint Ownership of property

In conveyancing transactions there is often more than one individual purchasing a property. There are two ways in which the property can be held by the owners, Joint Tenants or Tenants In Common. The most common form is Joint Tenants whereby the property is owned equally by the co-owners and the co-owners have a right of survivorship....

Restrictive Covenants and Conveyancing

Many properties are subject to restrictive covenants. A restrictive covenant is a private agreement between land owners which may restrict the way land may be used and developed. It is a type of contractual arrangement that we often come accross in coveyancing....

Selling Property

So its time to move on and move out. But what are the actual steps you need to take in order to sell your house.? The first bit of advice is decorate! Try to spruce up the interior, modernise it and smooth out any glitches. Make the most of best features in the house. After all you want your house to make an impactive first statement.…

Stamp Duty Land Tax on Shared Ownership Property / Staircasing

Shared-ownership purchases makes home ownership a more affordable and viable option because you can part buy and part rent your home. It is an option that is appealing to a wider variety of purchasers.....

Creeping and Flying Freehold in Conveyancing Transactions

Conveyancing is not always a straight-forward endeavour and complications may arise when you have a less than standard shaped property. If you are planning on purchasing or selling a property with a creeping / Flying freehold, your Conveyancing Solicitor may have to do a bit more work on your transaction....

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