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The job of a conveyancer (or solicitor) for a purchase is to help:

  • Carry out a search of local planning information for items that may impact the value (e.g. upcoming land developments, new roads)
  • Prepare a fixtures, fittings and contents list – this makes it clear what you are buying (e.g. kitchen appliances, lights, carpets)
  • Confirm from the vendor whether they are aware of any material, structural or other defects to the property that you should know about
  • Obtain proof that the property legally belongs to the person you are buying it from
  • Research and find the property’s legal boundaries
  • Review and advise you on the contract for sale (prepared by the seller’s solicitor)
  • Agree a completion date.

Most lenders will be prepared to accept your choice of conveyancer, as most experienced solicitors will have acted for the lender in question before. However, it can be best to check beforehand.

Either shop around yourself or why not get a quote from our affiliate Conveyancing Brain above.

Conveyancing is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Neither Mark Till Mortgages & Financial Services nor Positive Solutions are responsible for the accuracy contained within the Conveyancing Brain website.

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