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In Bow, Tower Hamlets, and throughout England and Wales, home buyers, sellers and investors choose Fridaysmove on the basis of our exceptional quality of service and market-beating fees.
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We provide the very best value SRA-regulated residential property lawyers in Tower Hamlets. Furthermore, in addition to cheap fees, service standards are both without compromise and recommended by clients and agents.
Tips for completing the conveyancing for your Bow move sooner
Your solicitor can drive your sale or purchase through to completion, this means that they will actively engage with other parties to reduce communication delays. Instructing a proactive solicitor is the first step to improving the likelihood of completing your home move faster, however there is a range of steps you can follow to speed up your conveyancing:
- Complete and return forms promptly
- Arrange management documents as soon as you can
- If you are buying, send any specific questions you have to your solicitor as soon as you can
If you are selling, some of these can be completed even before you accept an offer. This could easily cut a week or two off your transaction.
The Peace of Mind of No Completion, No Fee Conveyancing Solicitors in Bow
If you home purchase or sale falls through before you exchange it is both costly and upsetting. Any number of problems can culminate in the purchase or sale aborting, for instance personal reasons or slow solicitors.
Thanks to our No Completion, No Fee guarantee, clients do not incur any solicitors fees should your house move fails to complete.
Th initial Bow solicitors deposit will be put towards another transaction and you will only have to reimburse the solicitor for any third party disbursements, e.g. managing agent information.
Home movers who have used traditional high street firms previously might feel that the low fees advertised by a conveyancer they have found online suggests the process will be slow or stressful, or are simply too good to be true.
Service levels, speed or cost have nothing to do with whether or not a conveyancing solicitor markets their services on the Internet.
Though some buyers and sellers like the option of being able to see their conveyancing solicitor, it is rarely required. A communicative, proactive solicitor should help to complete your sale or purchase sooner than a lawyer you need to take time off work to visit in person.
Remortgage solicitors that Fridaysmove work with take care of the necessary legals on behalf of owners wanting to remortgage their property.
Our conveyancing solicitors can act for all major building societies and lenders across the country. Our solicitors' proactive approach should also improve the chance that faster completions should take place, meaning you can take advantage of your new mortgage rate sooner.
How to compare conveyancing fees for Bow solicitorsIf you want to compare home mover legal charges for your proposed Bow move you must calculate the conveyancers disbursements and fees.
Solicitors conveyancing fees are what is that the customer pays to the Bow conveyancer for the actual conveyancing.
Disbursements, for example a Homecheck Pro Contamination Report or chancel indemnity, are 3rd party charges incurred by the conveyancing lawyer on the home buyer or sellers behalf.
It is important to carefully delve into the conveyancing lawyers contractual terms when comparing Bow solicitors conveyancing fees. Hidden conveyancing fees can double or even triple your bill so be vigilant for things like specific fees for a notice/deed of assignment.
Conveyancing for New Build Houses
As house prices continue to rise and less stock is put up for sale, new build property is becoming more popular.
If purchasing new build houses and flats you should check that the builders are NHBC members. Bow buyers ought to make all necessary arrangements with their mortgage lender and instruct a conveyancing solicitor as soon as they can.
House Prices in Tower Hamlets
|Year||Average House Price (£ s)|
|May 2004||264, 592|
|May 2005||277, 118|
|May 2006||292, 181|
|May 2007||341, 578|
|May 2008||377, 912|
|May 2009||319, 528|
|May 2010||342, 366|
|May 2011||349, 063|
|May 2012||358, 602|
|May 2013||367, 936|
Our conveyancing solicitors helped more than 1700 clients in Bow and across the country in August 2018
Recent Bow instructions :
- Leasehold Purchase on Clare House, Penhawthorne Avenue, London, E3, £120,000
- Leasehold Purchase on Taverners Court, Grove Road, Bow, London, E3, £205,000
- Leasehold Purchase on Violet Road, London, E3, £265,000
- Sale of Flat on Campbell Road, London, E3, £189,000