The Conveyancing Insider’s series on Freehold House Purchases continues, discussing what your Solicitor does to earn their Conveyancing Fees after exchange of contracts.
The Conveyancing Insider’s series of articles considering the intricacies of buying a freehold property, and the work your Conveyancing Solicitor undertakes, continues with Part III, focusing on the ‘exchange of contracts’ stage.
What are you really getting for your Conveyancing Fee? Part II in this series of articles reviewing the work your Conveyancing Solicitor undertakes on your behalf during a freehold property sale.
Yesterday’s Daily Telegraph published an article entitled ‘The problem with Home Information Packs’ The content of this would lead to the assumption that the Shadow Housing Minister, Grant Shapps, will replace HIPs with exchange ready Home Information Packs. Unfortunately, the journalist does not reveal her source for these claims at any point […]
An updated version of this article is here: Attended Exchange after Brexit Attended exchanges are making a come back, but what is an ‘attended exchange’? An ‘attended exchange’ is where the Buyer’s solicitor ‘attends’ the Seller’s property solicitors’ offices to effect an exchange of contracts shortly after an offer being accepted by the Seller. […]
One can not claim that the Conservatives have not been consistent in voicing their intention to ditch HIPs when they come to power. Over 12 months the HIP lobbyists have been trying to protect have been looking for a glimmer of hope that HIPs will not be abolished. Shadow Housing Minister, Grant Shapps […]
How to get access to a property before completion.