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Far too many property solicitors in Bristol, Bristol and Avon look like they offer incredibly low legal fees, however concealed fees will add significantly to the final invoice when you finally move. Fridaysmove's quotation includes all charges and we promise to always give a quote that is fixed and never estimates that can change.
We only ever work with the most affordable SRA-regulated house moving lawyers in Bristol and Avon. In addition to our cheap fees, service levels are both unparalleled and recommended by our clients.
Thanks to our no sale no fee guarantee, home movers do not incur any conveyancers fees in the event that your sale or purchase fails to complete.
We will always try to conclude on a sale or purchase fast. However if you require expedited conveyancing, such as if you are in a contract race, we have a wealth of experience - give us a call on 033 0660 0286.
Updated: 06/03/14 by Tony Lilleystone
Bristol is the largest city in the Southwest of England with a population nearing half a million. Bristol is a green and highly desireable place to live with an excellent transport network and a diverse range of housing stock.
As with any City, it has a number of idiosyncratic issues which Conveyancing Solicitors in Bristol are well used to. For example, it may come as a surprise to many buyers to find that much of Bristol and South Gloucestershire lies on a coalfield and mines existed even in quite central parts of the city, until the 1950s. We therefore carry out coal-mining searches for homes in most areas of Bristol.
Another example is 'Rentcharges', a legal peculiarity almost unique to the Bristol and North Somerset area. These are small annual payments, similar to ground rents, which have to be paid by the owners of some freehold properties. If a house is subject to such a charge the Solicitor will find out if it is still collected.
Fridaysmove have assisted home movers throughout Bristol, including Conveyancing in BS1 through to BS80 and our proactive approach means you move faster. Why not call us on 033 0660 0286 to find out how we can help you.
Conservation areas are designated by Local Councils to manage change in areas that people want to protect from neglect. However, sadly many are falling into neglect e.g. removal of boundary walls and hedges.
The following conservation areas are reported as at risk:
Contact Kingsley Fulbrook on 0117 9222966 for more information.
During their enquiries, the buyers solicitor will request that the conveyancer acting for the seller confirms the council tax banding of the property. Council Tax rates for Bristol are set by Bristol Council. The bandings for 2012/13 are* -
*Source - www.communities.gov.uk
When a higher risk of flooding is suspected, the value of a house can fall considerably. There are wide variety of factors which can affect a residence's likelihood of flooding, from sewer to groundwater. Following the expiration of an agreement with the Government, insurers are increasingly uncomfortable with offering protection for homes at risk of flooding. In addition, home buyers should be aware that flooding in previous years may not only impact insurance premiums. There may be unseen water damage which only a comprehensive survey would reveal. Recent Flood Risk Updates in Bristol:
Data source: Environment Agency. Contact the agency for current flood warnings.
Mitford Close, Bedford, MK41 8RF
Gledemoor Drive, Coalpit Heath, Bristol, BS36
Wheatfield Drive, Wick St. Lawrence, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, BS22
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