£500,000 minimum PII would surely be inadequate for a solicitor handling the conveyancing for home buyers and sellers in London and the South-East.
Many people who have bought flats and houses on council-owned estates could be facing the threats of compulsory purchase in the not-too-distant future.
Many homes in London were former council properties which have subsequently been sold to sitting tenants. When councils sell under the statutory discount scheme, various provisions will automatically be incorporated in any transfer made pursuant to the Act.
Housing association-owned houses often have restrictions registered against the title, preventing any transfer of the property except with the consent of the housing corporation. The Conveyancing of this London home was an exception however.
Dear Ms Parsons, I hope you find a property to buy soon. When you do you can work with our Solicitors in Wales. I look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, Andy Commercial Director Fridaysmove 5 stars
Thank you for this fantastic testimonial Mr Smith, I'm pleased that you would recommend our property survey service, and that you found the experience to be outstanding – a recommendation like "very professional and friendly" is what we always aim for. Looking forward to working with you again! Kind regards Zak Arden Fridaysmove […]
Our client Mr S was made aware of work that needed to be carried out on a late-Victorian home. The Property Survey in London reported issues with the fasciae and soffits and on-going repairs to stop damp penetrating the main walls of the house.
Mr N, was concerned that, although the 1990s property appeared to be in excellent condition, it may contain some hidden flaws. The gravest damage reported by the Property Survey in London was a loose step leading to the front door.
Mr S contacted Fridaysmove to organise a Building Survey in London. He was considering spending the considerable sum of £625,000 on a property in Clapham, South London. The Chartered Surveyor, Mr O, harboured major concerns regarding the safety of the electrical wiring.
A Property Survey in London has warned our client, Ms W, that asbestos paint may cause health risks if disturbed. She should seek advice before conducting any repair work on the ceilings of the Islington home.
A Property Survey in London has found a home in need of significant restoration as wet rot was devouring its timbers. Viewed from the street, the 1920s property was visibly dilapidated. The interior proved to be its saving grace.
A home in London was free of defects, reported this Property Survey in London. Unfortunately it was situated on the Thames flood plain.
Mr S wisely opted to order a Building Survey in London for an 80-year-old property. The three-bedroom semi-detached home dated back to the inter-war building boom that occurred in London in the 1930s and showed defects characteristic of the age.
Dear Farhan, Thank you for your email. It is great to hear feedback like this. I look forward to working with you again in the future. Andy Boast Commercial Director Fridaysmove 5 stars
A family home in Purley is found to be a little shabby on the outside by a Property Survey in London. The Chartered Surveyor noted that the house, which commanded views of much of South London, would make an excellent family home if it received a little care.
This South London HomeBuyer Report raised concerns about the stability of the roof and the 1870s windows, which were allowing damp to penetrate the walls.
Our client received exactly the result she was looking for when she asked a Property Surveyor to conduct a HomeBuyer Report on this East London flat.
A Building Survey in London has raised concerns regarding the lack of ventilation in the sub-floor of a Victorian house. Costly upgrades would be required.
A Chartered Surveyor has uncovered the reason for a sodden bedroom during a Building Survey in London. The purchaser requested a comprehensive assessment of the South London home. He received some important advice before he purchased.
This Building Survey in London warned our client that she would be paying far too much for the South London property. She could now use the Surveyor's observations as a negotiating tool to gain a lower price.