We will see you to discuss your home move without any commitment by you before you instruct us. We particularly recommend that you contact us before putting your house on the market or making an offer for another house, or instructing a distant, large-volume Conveyancer recommended by an Estate Agent.
More commonly clients are instructing us before accepting an offer on their property and we believe this gives them an edge over other sellers. Not only does it demonstrate to the interested party you are ready to sell and organised, it can also help to make the process as efficient as possible.
Often a sale is linked to an ongoing purchase. In some cases, there may be an even larger ‘conveyancing chain’ of properties being bought and sold. The requirements of this can affect the transaction - the challenge for conveyancers is often ensuring this process works smoothly.
Whether purchasing your first property or your tenth, it can be a difficult and stressful time filled with lots of questions. It is important to work out what you can afford. Remember that property value, income and interest rates all fluctuate and not necessarily in line with each other or at the same time
If your sale or purchase is independent, it can proceed in isolation unaffected by such matters. We strive, no matter the size of the conveyancing chain, to leave you as unaffected as possible by this process, hoping to ensure a stress-free time with us.
An individual from our conveyancing team will advise you on the process. We aim to keep your matter moving efficiently & keep you informed in clear language throughout your transaction. We are well versed in issues Cornish conveyancing can throw up such as Mundic and Mining.
Q: How long will the process take once I have accepted an offer or had my offer accepted?
A: The average process from an offer being accepted is between 8 - 16 weeks. However, this can vary depending on a number of factors such as searches, the size of the ‘conveyancing chain’ & whether the property is leasehold or freehold.
Q: When will I receive sale funds?
A: We aim to send the funds to your bank account the same day as the sale completes.
Q: Are there any other associated costs?
A: Yes, items such as Land Registry documents, Bank transfer fees, SDLT and Agents fees will be incurred depending on the transaction.
Q: How long will the process take once I have chosen the property?
A: The average process, from the seller accepting the offer, is 8 - 16 weeks depending on a number of factors.
Q: What's the difference between Leasehold and Freehold?
A: Freehold means you own the land the property is on - this is common when purchasing houses. Leasehold refers to owning the property but not the land: this is common in flats and other shared occupancy builds.
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