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Far too many lawyers in Gwynedd, Wales give the impression of temptingly low charges, however hidden charges add significantly to the final cost when you finally move. With us, your quote includes all costs and we will always give a quote that is fixed, not estimates that can vary.
We use only affordable CQS accredited property lawyers in Wales. Furthermore, in addition to cheap fees, quality of service is both exceptional and recommended by our customers.
With the Fridaysmove no completion no fee guarantee, clients do not incurr any solicitors fees in the event that your home move does not go ahead.
We always endeavour to complete a move as quickly as possible. However if you require an even faster move, such as when buying at an auction, we can meet your needs ; call 033 0660 0286.
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Plot Swn Y Dail , Panorama Road, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1DT
Llys Awel, Station Road, Talysarn, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL54
High Street, Llanfyllin, Powys, SY22
Updated: 2013-06-11 by Tony Lilleystone
Whether you are buying or selling, awareness of local considerations will positively impact the likelihood of a successful sale or purchase. Our Conveyancing specialists in Gwynedd have close working associations with a broad range of local information sources. Issues frequently arising in the region are also taken into consideration, thanks to this local expertise.
We have assisted home movers throughout Gwynedd, including Conveyancing in LL23, LL40, LL47, LL48, LL49, LL51, LL57.
Purchases of property in Gwynedd 'disadvantaged areas' are eligible for stamp duty. In England and Wales, they are based on electoral wards. No stamp duty is due for houses bought in a Gwynedd disadvantaged area under the £150k threshold. Note that normal rates of duty apply sales above £150,000. By making a straightforward search by postcode, you can usually determine if a property purchase below £150,000 will benefit, however. However this is not always accurate, and may not work for recently built properties.
Are you aware of local transport works, or the impact these may have on a proposed property purchase? This is why local searches are a crucial stage of the house-buying process. Your solicitor will research proposed new road, alteration, widening or conversion to a dual carriageway, or, any proposed railway or tram line. In rarer cases, the council may install a 'no entry' sign or similar restriction, preventing access to a road. Such an action may not technically be a 'scheme' and therefore may not be mentioned in searches.
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 Gwynedd are set by Gwynedd Council. The bandings for 2012/13 are* -
*Source - www.communities.gov.uk