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Sometimes property lawyers in Leicester, Leicestershire appear to quote temptingly low fees, however concealed costs will add significantly to the solicitors invoice when you finally move. Fridaysmove's fixed quotation includes all costs and we provide a quote that is fixed and not estimates that might vary.
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Updated: 10/04/14 by Tony Lilleystone
Anyone buying a home in Leicester will be concerned to know if there are any plans for the construction of a new road or railway line nearby. Searches demonstrate proposed new road, alteration, widening or conversion to a dual carriageway, or, any proposed railway or tram line. Councils often propose large schemes dependent on funding from central government or the private sector. These could be referred to in searches, but may never commence.
Are you thinking of purchasing a home in a Leicester conservation area? Conservation areas are designated by Local Authorities to preside over change in areas that people want to preserve the character of. Living in a designated conservaion area can add a significant amount to the value of your home. Unfortunately however, many are not being properly managed e.g. traffic calming and traffic management signs, seleeping policeman etc
The following conservation areas are reported as at risk:
Contact Jenny Timothy on 0116 252 7296 for more information.
Mortgage lenders maintain panels of solicitors who they will instruct to carry out legal work on mortgages. At one time, many lenders, especially the large banks, were prepared to instruct any firm of solicitors who asked to be placed on their panel. Lenders have also reduced the size of their panels, setting more restrictive criteria for membership. If your lender does not accept your chosen solicitor, you must make a decision as to how to proceed:
You could also choose to work with your current solicitor, but you will have to pay the lender's costs in addition to your own, as they will instruct a member of their panel.
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