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Often conveyancers and licensed conveyancers in South East England, UK look like they offer temptingly low fees, however concealed costs will add hundreds to the solicitors invoice when you actually move. With us, your fixed quotation includes all charges and we will give an online quote that is fixed and never estimates that might vary.

Cheap home conveyancing in South East England

We use the best value CQS accredited conveyancers in UK. Furthermore, in addition to these cheap fees, our service levels are both first rate and recommended by 97% of clients.

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Thanks to our no sale no fee promise, clients do not incur any solicitors fees should your sale or purchase fails to go ahead.

Fast conveyancing in South East England

We always endeavour to conclude a move swiftly. However, if you want an even faster move, e.g. buying at auction or in a contract race, we have a wealth of experience - get in touch on 033 0660 0286.

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Local issues considered by South East England Conveyancing Solicitors

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Disadvantaged Areas in South East England

Purchases of property in South East England 'disadvantaged areas' are eligible for stamp duty. Local government wards or electoral divisions are used to define the boundaries of these. These wards do not always coincide with postcode districts, so the postcode search tool cannot always be relied on. It may be necessary to make further enquiries with the local council, if initial searches fail to identify whether a residence lies in a disadvantaged area. A postcode search will usually determine whether a home being sold for less than the threshold is eligible. This search may not be 100% reliable, particularly in the case of new builds.

Planning Restrictions - Listed Buildings

Special planning consent must be obtained for alterations, extensions or demolition of a listed building. The majority of listed buildings are Grade II, which includes many residential properties. 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.

South East England Road and Rail

Significant highway works, or the expansion of the UK's rail system, can cause a great deal of inconvenience to unlucky homeowners living near construction. Buyers should be aware of any schemes (underway, or planned) in the South East England area. Local searches for road and rail works reveal:

  • Works within 200m of the home
  • The status of roads by the home (e.g. are they adopted/a public highway?)
  • Proposals for major development relating to adjacent roads
Buyers should be aware that local searches can only reveal either schemes which have already been approved, or which have been formally proposed.

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