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Conveyancing Solicitors in Newark

When buying or selling a home, remortgaging, renewing a lease, or taking part in any other kind of property transaction, the details matter. Making sure the legal aspects of the deal are correctly handled and any potential issues are foreseen and planned for ensures your legal and financial interests are protected, now and for the future.

Our conveyancing solicitors are highly experienced in all types of residential property transactions giving us the expertise you need to make sure nothing is overlooked. With a deep knowledge of the local property market and local issues, we can offer a fast, effective and reliable conveyancing service, allowing you to avoid most issues that could delay your transaction or cause issues later while finding fast solutions to those problems that cannot be avoided.

Chattertons’ residential conveyancing team has decades of experience and excellent connections with local estate agents and high street mortgage lenders, allowing us to offer a fast, effective service. We are accredited by the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), recognising the high standards of our property services and have a strong reputation locally and throughout the East Midlands,

For expert conveyancing in Newark or throughout Nottinghamshire, get in touch now by calling 01636 673731 or requesting a call back.

Our conveyancing services in Newark

We aim to make buying or selling property, or any other kind of property transaction, as simple and safe as possible.

We will guide you through the entire process, including making an offer, carrying out all the necessary checks and searches to ensure there are no nasty surprises after the deal is done, exchange of contracts and transfer of funds.

That way you can have complete confidence that the entire transaction is handled efficiently and effectively giving you peace of mind.

Our conveyancing services in Newark include:

  • Buying and selling property
  • Remortgaging
  • Equity release
  • Lease extensions
  • Investment properties
  • Landlord & tenant matters
  • Gifts and transfer of ownership
  • Block and estate management
  • Mixed-use buildings

Clients often ask us……

How much does conveyancing costs?

The exact cost of conveyancing for your property will depend on the type or property, type of transaction and other factors. We will provide a competitive quote and agree a fixed price with you upfront so you are completely clear from the outset how much your conveyancing will cost you.

There are two main costs associated with conveyancing – our professional fees and the costs paid to third parties for checks and searches. These third party payments, known as disbursements, are set by the organisations that carry out the searches meaning they are beyond our control and should be the same between conveyancing firms.

How long does conveyancing take?

The time it takes for conveyancing will vary depending on the circumstances, but 1-3 months is typical. Factors that affect the time scale include whether the other party is in a chain, or if any unexpected issues arise that need to be dealt with. Our experience and expertise means we can ensure your property transaction goes ahead as quickly as possible with minimal delays.

Should I pay for a survey when buying a property?

There are various different types of property surveys you can have when buying a property. The most common types are a Condition Report, HomeBuyers Report, Home Condition Survey and Building Survey. Which type you choose will likely depend on the age of the building and how comprehensive you want the survey to be.

A Building Survey is the most detailed and expensive, but can be worth the cost to ensure any structural issues or other major problems are identified to prevent you from being caught out. Whatever type of survey you have, it is recommended to use a surveyor who is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Can I renegotiate the price during conveyancing?

Whether you are the buyer or seller, the price agreed is not legally binding until the exchange of contracts takes place. Until then, the buyer is free to reduce their offer, for example if the survey or checks and searches uncover any issues, and the seller is entitled to ask for more, for example to match a better offer from someone else.

This kind of renegotiation during conveyancing is fairly common and we can support you during such negotiations to ensure you get the best deal possible that protects your interests.

Contact our conveyancing solicitors in Newark

If you are buying or selling a home, remortgaging, renewing a lease or planning any other kind of property deal, we can offer reliable, experienced conveyancing in Nottinghamshire and the surrounding area.

Get in touch with our conveyancing solicitors in Newark now by calling 01636 673731 or requesting a call back.