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Often solicitors and licensed conveyancers in Powys, Wales seem to quote seductive legal prices, however concealed costs will add significantly to the final invoice when you move. With us, your all inclusive quote includes all costs and we give a quote that is fixed, not estimates that can change.
We only work with the most affordable SRA-member residential propety lawyers in Wales. In addition to our cheap rates, our quality of service is both first rate and recommended by clients and agents.
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We always endeavour to complete on a home move in minimum time. However, if you require an even faster move, for example if you are in a contract race, we can meet your needs, give us a call on 033 0660 0286.
Updated: 07/12/13 by Tony Lilleystone
Disadvantaged areas relief may be available for property bought in around 2,000 locations across the country. Local government wards or electoral divisions are used to define the boundaries of these. For homes bought for less than £150,000, this relief may be available. If a search does not confirm whether am property is in a disadvantaged area, your solicitor should contact the local authority. That said, for any purchase below £150,000, it is worth making a simple postcode search to find out if a property is in a Disadvantaged area. For more information regarding Powys disadvantaged areas, or to determine if your prospective purchase qualifies, call us today.
Flooding affects homeowners throughout the region. Relying on anecdotal evidence, or merely hoping that a building is 'flood risk-free', is not recommended. It is advisable to ask the seller directly if the property or area has flooded before, and if so, what the impact was to the building. The Environment Agency provide regular updates of the likelihood of flooding in Powys and across Wales, and maintain a flood risk map to enable purchasers to investigate the building they intend to buy.
It is important for a Powys buyer to know if a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) affects any trees on the property being purchased. In order to approve consent, the local authority may request that replacement trees be planted. Conditions placed on Powys developers requiring them to plant trees during construction do not necessarily imply a TPO is in place. By obtaining copies of any TPOs impacting your property before you go on the market, you will improve your chances of a faster transaction when you do find a buyer.
Nantymynydd, Mill Street, Tre'r Ddol, Machynlleth, Sir Ceredigion, SY20
The Hawthorns, Church House, Llanllwchaiarn, Newtown, Powys, SY16
Flamsteed Heights, Eddington Hill, Crawley, RH11