If you are planning a move to, from, or across Tuxford, you will need the support and guidance of expert conveyancing solicitors who can talk you through the entire process from start to finish.
Moving homes is an exciting prospect, but there are plenty of potential stumbling blocks which need to be navigated with care. Our conveyancing solicitors can handle every detail related to your transaction, specifically tailoring their advice to make sure that everything goes ahead exactly as planned.
At Bird & Co, we provide our clients with an efficient, reliable conveyancing service that makes the entire process as straightforward as possible. We remove many of the barriers that can make moving homes a more stressful experience than it needs to be, putting our wide breadth of experience to good use.
Our physical offices are based in Grantham, Newark and Lincoln, but we frequently work with clients who are based in Tuxford and are very familiar with the local market. We support clients in and around Tuxford, including Egmanton, East Markham and Milton using our online conveyancing service.
Get in touch with a member of our conveyancing team near Tuxford by giving us a call, or get a quote online.
How our conveyancing solicitors near Tuxford can help you
Our conveyancing solicitors near Tuxford have a wide range of expertise, including:
- Buying and selling your home
- Advice for first time buyers, such as:
- Equity release
- Advice about buying as joint tenants or tenants in common
- Buying and selling listed property
- Buying and selling leasehold property
- Collective enfranchisement and buying the freehold of a house
- Lease extension
- Transfer of equity
- Gifting property and Deeds of Gift
- Buy to let conveyancing
- Buying and selling land
- Commercial conveyancing
- Stamp Duty advice
We are on the panel for the majority of lenders. This means, whether you are working with a national firm, or perhaps a local building society, we will still be able to support your transaction.
Why Choose Bird & Co’s Conveyancing Solicitors near Tuxford?
Our conveyancing service makes the entire process as straightforward as possible, no matter what sort of property transaction you are looking to carry out.
Our conveyancing solicitors near Tuxford have the ability to complete online conveyancing work. This means that, if you are not able to visit us at our physical offices, you do not have to.
When you work with us, you will always have a direct line of correspondence with the team handling your case, as well as a direct email address for the solicitor you are working with.
Unlike many other firms, we have both an in-depth understanding of the national property market, as well as the local Tuxford market. Some firms may only deal with local transactions, limiting their knowledge.
We are also able to deal with transactions around the country and we frequently use video conferencing to speak to clients outside of the UK.
You can choose to work with our Tuxford team in person, or you can use our online conveyancing service. No matter which choice you make, our legal obligations to you remain the same. There are no differences to the service you receive, and we are fully insured just in case.
We are proud to have been accredited with the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme. This means that we will:
- Provide high quality legal advice
- Get your conveyancing transaction completed as efficiently as possible
- Provide top quality customer service and respond to queries quickly
- Keep you regularly updated and never leave you in the dark about the status of your transaction
- Be upfront and honest about your fees – we will provide you with an accurate quote before you instruct us so that you can decide whether we are right for you
We are also Lexcel accredited by the Law Society. Lexcel is only awarded to firms which regularly demonstrate the highest levels of client care and practice management.
Our conveyancing fees – how much does our conveyancing cost in Tuxford?
We are able to offer fixed fees for the majority of our conveyancing services. You will have a clear understanding of how much your work will cost from the outset and, in the event that additional fees are required, you will be informed well in advance.
Additional costs associated with the conveyancing process are known as disbursements. Examples of disbursements may include conveyancing searches or registering transactions at HM Land Registry.
Tax is something you will need to take into consideration whenever you intend to complete a property transaction. For example, you may have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax or Capital Gains Tax. If this applies to your transaction, your conveyancer will help you calculate exactly how much tax is owed and file the return with HMRC.
How does the conveyancing process work in Tuxford?
There are three main stages to the conveyancing process that you should be aware of:
- Offer and acceptance
- Exchange of contracts
When a buyer and seller agree on an offer, they will agree to enter into a contract that sets out the precise details of the transaction. At this stage, both parties have merely agreed to enter into a contract, which means the transaction is not legally binding and pulling out without receiving a penalty is still a possibility.
Once an offer is accepted, the buyer will work with their conveyancer to carry out a number of different checks on the property. This will be to ensure that there are no issues with the property that need to be immediately addressed. Examples of checks include:
- Reviewing property information provided by the seller and making further enquiries if necessary (done by the conveyancing solicitor)
- Conducting conveyancing property searches, such as local authority checks (done by the conveyancing solicitor)
- Carrying out an independent survey (done by the buyer)
The buyer will also apply for a mortgage at this stage (if needed).
Once the checks have been completed and the buyer is content, contracts will be signed and exchanged. When this has been completed, the transaction is legally binding and neither party will be in a position to pull out without facing repercussions.
Completion is when the transaction is deemed official. A transfer deed is submitted to HM Land Registry and the seller is required to leave the property.
How long does conveyancing take in Tuxford?
Every conveyancing transaction is unique, and has its own set of challenges, which means it’s not always possible to provide an exact timeframe. Under normal circumstances, you can expect a transaction to take between 12-14 weeks to reach completion from the date conveyancers are instructed, but this can easily be extended if there are delays somewhere along the property chain.
If delays appear likely to occur, your conveyancer will discuss the options available to you in detail.
What searches are involved in conveyancing in Tuxford?
If you are buying a property in Tuxford, your conveyancer will complete several searches on the property. This will be to make sure that there are no issues which have not been previously reported.
The three main types of conveyancing checks are:
- Local authority checks – to check the surrounding area for planning, pollution, highway or other related issues
- Environmental searches – to check for issues such as flooding or land contamination
- Water and drainage searches – to check matters such as water and drainage access
If any other checks are necessary, your conveyancer will let you know. This will usually depend on where the property in question is located and what type of property it is.
How do you instruct our conveyancing solicitors near Tuxford?
Our Tuxford conveyancing team will be able to run through the initial stages of your conveyancing transaction and, once your file is opened, your conveyancer will take care of all of the legal details related to your transaction.
Whether you are moving to, from, or across Tuxford, our conveyancing solicitors will be able to lend their expertise.