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No hidden fees. Many Conveyancing Solicitors in Burwash offer low fees, but hidden extras can make your conveyancing costs far higher on completion.
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Updated: 2013-05-10 by Tony Lilleystone
Burwash - It's not just what you know, it's who you know. Fridaysmove-recommended Solicitors maintain close links with relevant local authorities.
Confirmation of a the status of a listed building will be discovered by a buyer's Conveyancing Solicitor, as part of the local search. Any planning consents relating to a home will be revealed in a local search, as will other relevant planning information. It is important to note that when a building is listed this affects all parts of the property, including garages, outbuildings and any other buildings within the boundaries of the property.
Environmental factors are becoming increasingly relevant in influencing purchasers, lenders and insurers decisions. Your solicitor will undertake an environmental search to uncover issues which may impact your decision to purchase a specific property. As an environmental search is a review of data and records held by various Burwash sources, it does not cover unknown contaminants or environmental risks. In some cases, you may also be able to review the full technical report used to prepare the search.
Panels of solicitors are maintained by mortgage lenders in order to undertake legal work on mortgaged properties. Lenders have also reduced the size of their panels, setting more restrictive criteria for membership. In order to proceed where your lawyer is not on a mortgage lender' s panel, you have the following options; you could either obtain a mortgage from another lender, or instruct another firm of conveyancer who are on the panel. Generally, it is cheaper to have the same firm act both for you and your lender, but you could also choose to persist with both your first choice of lender and solicitor, and pay for a lawyer selected by the lender to carry out the relevant legal work. Consider these issues if you are intending to stay with your solicitor rather than opt for your mortgage lender's choice: