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Very often conveyancers and licensed conveyancers in Central London, London look like they offer improbably low fees, however hidden charges add £100's to the final cost when you actually move. Our all inclusive quotation includes all costs and we provide a quote that is fixed, not estimates that may increase.
We use only the best value SRA-member solicitors in London. In addition to these cheap rates, quality of service is both first rate and recommended by 97% of clients.
Thanks to our no move no fee promise, you will not have to pay any solicitors fees should your sale or purchase does not proceed.
We will always try to conclude a move to your preferred move date. However, if you want an even faster move, for example when buying at an auction, we can meet your needs ; call 033 0660 0286.
Updated: 06/04/14 by Tony Lilleystone
Is your prospective home likely to be affected by road or rail development? Your solicitor will research planned local transport schemes, and advise accordingly. The local searches a solicitor carries out during a sale or purchase show development nearby (closer than 200m) of roads and railway lines. The solicitor will also request further information from the seller if necessary.
Even Central London residences which have never flooded can be categorised as 'at risk'. 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 purchasers 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. A detailed flood risk map is regularly updated by the Environment Agency to help home purchasers throughout London and the UK research residences.
It is important for a Central London buyer to know if a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) affects any trees on the property being purchased. Note that developers are often required to plant trees and carry out other landscaping work as a condition of getting planning permission. It is a breach of planning control to remove any trees the original developer was obliged to plant, but a TPO may or may not also be in effect.
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