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1. Direct Solicitor contact
You will be in direct contact with a solicitor from start to finish of your transaction, unlike other companies who are not solicitors and just put you in touch with a firm for a introduction fee. We are fully authorised and regulated to act for you in your conveyancing transaction.
2. Fixed Fee Conveyancing
We perform all the legal work for a fixed fee. No hidden costs like other firms.
3. Conveyancing Expertise
Our conveyancing solicitors are experts in all kinds property related matters. Therefore, you can be rest assured that you and your transaction are in safe hands
Conveyancing in Hackney Q & A's
By Kay Miah
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Q. Which local authority looks after Hackney?
Hackney is located in London Borough of Hackney Council, Hackney Service Centre, 1 Hillman Street, London, E8 1DY, Phone: 020 8356 3000
Q. I am searching for low cost conveyancing. How can I find one?
Though a lot of firms claim they offer cheap conveyancing, generally extra costs are written in small font or hard to notice colour prints. Busy buyers don’t notice these charges which are in a way reasonable but excluded from the main charge. Any kind of charges should be clearly mentioned in the terms and conditions. Our online quote calculator will provide you with a precise quote on the conveyancing fees.
Q. Is there any comprehensive public information available on Hackney conservation areas?
English heritage are the proper authority to inquire on conservation areas in any region. This information is also available on their website. In Hackney, Dalston Lane West is considered to be in a very bad condition with low vulnerability and Sun Street is marked as very bad with medium vulnerability and in significantly deteriorating condition.
Q. Is property survey necessary for making a purchase?
We advise you to book a survey when you are purchasing a property in Hackney or anywhere else in England and Wales. There are a lot of issues you need to consider that can have significant impact on a property, for example blocked drains or rotten roof timbers. This task is not a part of the conveyancing process. For the peace of mind, it makes sense to get a survey so that you know what you are buying.
Q. Is there any chance of chromium (Cr) contamination when we are buying property in an ex-industrial land?
The government has implemented laws to keep pollution to a minimum. Your solicitor will carry out a thorough research on standard protocol environmental searches that have information regarding contamination in the region. This will enable you to see if there is any significant risk.
Q. Will there be any extra costs when I have requested a quote from your firm?
Our standard conveyancing quote don’t have any hidden charges and we do not bill more than what is quoted. We present the costs accurately and it is fixed.
Q. I would like to know which areas in Hackney are eligible for stamp duty relief?
The local government ward make list of disadvantaged areas in Hackney. Since 2014, stamp duty relief for disadvantaged areas is no longer available. Areas currently included in Hackney are Dalston, Victoria, Kings Park, De Beauvoir, Brownswood, Chatham, Wick, Queensbridge, Leabridge, Northfield, New River, Haggerston, Springfield, Clissold, Eastdown, Homerton, Moorfields, North Defoe, Northwold, Rectory, South Defoe, Wenlock and Westdown.