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Fridaysmove's panel of friendly and communicative solicitors are conveyancing specialists that assist home buyers, sellers and investors in Manchester and across the UK.

Your conveyancing quote includes a flexible No Move, No Fee guarantee, and we guarantee that fees are fixed.

Get a fixed fee conveyancing quote for your sale or purchase now, or speak to a conveyancing advisor on 0330 660 0286. Our team look forward to helping with your sale or purchase.

Cheap conveyancing in Manchester

If you are searching for cheap conveyancing solicitors in Manchester, it is best to always obtain some comparable solicitors quotes and make sure you delve into the solicitors Ts & Cs for things to watch out .

Fridaysmove only use affordable CQS conveyancers in Greater Manchester. Furthermore, in addition to cheap rates, our service levels are first rate and recommended by clients and agents.

Do you know if your Manchester new home purchase is designated an at risk conservation area?

Are you Intending to purchase a property in a Manchester conservation area? Conservation areas are designated by Local Councils to manage change in residential areas that people would like to protect from neglect. However, sadly many are falling into neglect e.g. bill boards.

The following conservation areas are reported as at risk:

  • Ashton Town Centre, Ashton-under-Lyne - very bad, medium vulnerability and no significant change.

Contact Catherine Jones on 0161 342 3118 for more information.

If you are concerned you can also see the English Heritage site for the latest information.

Faster Conveyancing in Manchester

Fridaysmove's Manchester conveyancing specialists will proactively drive your sale or purchase through to completion, which includes contacting other parties to facilitate fewer communication delays. Furthermore, there are a number of things you can do to accelerate the move:

  • Ask your solicitor to order searches as early as possible
  • Ask specific questions of your solicitor quickly
  • Swiftly turnaround proof of identification quickly

You can potentially shave a week or more off the conveyancing process with these suggestions. Assuming you require your move to complete sooner, don't waste any time. Instruct a conveyancing solicitor today here, or call our team on 0845 643 5785.

Flooding in Manchester

Manchester Flooding

Flood risk is one of many considerations a Manchester solicitor can investigate while performing property searches. Sources of flooding include the obvious, river and coastal flooding, but also unexpected issues such as sewer or reservoir flooding. Following the expiration of an agreement with the Government, insurers are increasingly uncomfortable with offering protection for homes at risk of flooding, so asking your solicitor to perform a thorough search at your request is the safest course. Recent flood warnings in Manchester:

  • Areas at risk include parts of Audley and Egmont Streets and Wharf Cottages - No warnings
  • Properties between Bridgewater Canal and Wythenshaw Rd and from Norris Rd to A56, in the vicinity of Sylvan Ave, Woodhouse Lane East, Framingham Rd, Brooklands Rd, Dalebrook Rd, Cranleigh Rd, Buxton Crescent, Broadley Walk and Maryport Drive - No warnings
  • Areas at risk include properties on Grace Walk, the evens side of Ancoats Grove, and parts of Palmerston Street - No warnings

Source: Environment Agency. Contact the agency for up to date flood information.

The Assurance of No Sale No Fee Conveyancing in Manchester

It can be decidedly stressful when your property transaction falls through. Numerous reasons can lead to a transaction aborting such as a buyer pulling out or the mortgage offer elapsing.

Thanks to our no sale no fee guarantee, clients do not incur any solicitors fees should your house move fails to go ahead.

Your deposit paid can be offset against your alternative property or sale and you only have to pay for any third party disbursements, e.g. drainage and water searches.

Online Conveyancing Quotes

Although it is true that conveyancing varies greatly between firms, fees, speed or quality of communication have hardly anything to do with whether a solicitor markets their services online.

Fridaysmove's network of solicitors deliver the 'best of both worlds', cheaper fees, and the ease of a local office.

Remortgage Legal Work for your house or flat in Manchester

Remortgage specialists who work with us work on behalf of property owners wanting to remortgage their Manchester property.

Our property lawyers will be able to act for all lenders and building societies throughout the country.

Listedbuildings in Manchester

How does your Manchester conveyancer help you when planning to buy a listed property?

A Listed Building is one that has been listed by the government as being of special architectural or historic merit. A building may be considered important for its:

  • architectural design
  • decoration
  • craftsmanship

A purchaser's conveyancing solicitor will make enquiries about any works which the seller or any previous owner has carried out since the property was listed. Owners of flats or apartments in a listed building should bear in mind that the building maintenance costs of such properties may be higher than for purpose-built blocks.

Alternatively, properties may be listed as scheduled monuments, but will still have strict guidelines governing planned works. Monuments and listed buildings in Manchester include Clayton Hall Moated Site.

Contaminated in Manchester

Do conveyancing property lawyers in Manchester search for if the home you are buying is built on Manchester City Council (in Manchester) registered contaminated land ?

Manchester solicitor will commission in depth standard searches to make sure the home you are buying is not affected by local authority defined contaminated land.

There are 1000s of sites contaminated by previous use throughout the country, and if land on or near a property is recognised as contaminated within the statutory definition, this information will be included in a local search. Landowners whose land is contaminated may be liable for the cost of remedial works, and the cost implications can be substantial. A premium to cover loss of a homes value, or costs associated with remedial work, may be advised. These are generally inexpensive. Homes in Manchester built on contaminated land may be largely harmless to residents, but there are a number of risks, such as exposure to toxic metals, waste chemicals, and radioactive material.

Landfill sites in Manchester:

  • Landfill Site Between Rhodes & Higher Blackley, Boothroyden Road,, M9 0SB. The site has not been classified.
  • Cheverton Down Landfill, Cheverton Down, Shorwell, Manchester, . The site has not been classified.
  • Landfill Site East Of Towngate Farm, Jack Lane, Flixton, Manchester, . The site has not been classified.
Mining in Manchester

Will you require a Coal & Brine Report (Coal Authority) if you purchase a house in Manchester?

There has never been any central record of all mines, so it can be difficult to find comprehensive information about mining activity in or near Manchester. The mining search provides information on the following:

  • Records of coal mining activity in the vicinity, whether past, current, or planned
  • Records of any former mine-shafts nearby
  • Information about previous subsidence known to have taken place, including details of previous damage claims
  • Details of coal seams known to exist beneath the property

After all the coal has been removed from an area mined with modern methods, the site should be restored. Discarded waste, spoil, or smelting by-products may have soiled parts of Manchester located near defunct older mines. An environment search may also be required in these cases. solicitors acting for property buyers in potentially affected parts of Manchester will make a search with one of a number of companies who have assembled data relating to local mine workings.

Advice when comparing Manchester solicitors conveyancing fees

Manchester solicitors legal costs are made up of two individual parts described as disbursements and legal fees.

conveyancing fees are the sums that the buyer or seller pays to the Manchester solicitor for completing the legal process.

Legal disbursements, like a FloodSolutions Residence or forfeiture of lease indemnity insurance, are just extra fees incurred by the conveyancing solicitor for you.

The key to comparing Manchester conveyancing solicitors costs is to rifle through the solicitors terms of business.

Manchester New Build Conveyancing

If purchasing a new build, buyers would generally expect to exchange contracts and commit to the purchase before the building work is completed.

When buying newly built houses and flats be sure to check that the builders are NHBC members. By instructing a conveyancing solicitor early, your purchase has a greater chance of proceeding without major incident.

House Prices in Greater Manchester

YearAverage House Price (£ s)
May 2004 93, 859
May 2005 110, 087
May 2006 117, 104
May 2007 125, 621
May 2008 128, 269
May 2009 105, 951
May 2010 110, 167
May 2011 105, 938
May 2012 104, 621
May 2013 102, 215

In April 2015, 1,507 trusted us in Greater Manchester and across the country

We are a nationwide panel of solicitors with branches throughout England and Wales.

Recent moves :

  • Freehold Purchase on Gladwyn Avenue, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M20, £142,000
  • Freehold Purchase on Lindum Street, Manchester, M14, £67,000
  • Freehold House Purchase on Old Moat Lane, Withington, M20, £330,000
  • Leasehold Sale on Apartment Freshfield, Spindletree Avenue, Manchester, M9, £76,000

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