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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 Newham Q & A's
By Kay Miah
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Q. What are the major attractions and landmarks in Newham?
The main attractions and landmarks in Newham are Brixton London Windmill, London National Portrait Gallery Art Gallery and Temple Middle Temple Hall Historic Building. The closest hospital to Newham is Royal London Homeopathic.
Q. For conveyancing for a £260,000 residence what are the best rates available?
Though a lot of firms claim they offer cheap conveyancing, generally extra costs are hidden in small font or hard to notice colour prints. Most of the time buyers don’t see these charges which are in a way reasonable but excluded from the main charge. When those situations arises the charges starts to add up. All kinds of charges should be mentioned clearly along with the actual charge so that buyers don’t face any unexpected cost. Our quotes properly mention the standard conveyancing transaction fee of a solicitor.
Q. Should I hire the solicitor that my estate agent has suggested?
Usually solicitors have arrangements with estate agents and they pay them for referring conveyancing clients to them. Hence there is a chance that an agent may suggest you a solicitor paying the highest referral fee instead of selecting the one who is skilled and suitable for you.
Q. I am interested in buying a property in Newham. How can I find out if the building is in a conservation area?
The areas that have historic or architectural interest are designated as areas of conservation. In Newham, Sugar House Lane and Three Mills are areas considered for conservation. Your lawyer will investigate this in detail during the conveyancing process. Also you can get in touch with the local authority to get precise information.
Q. Are many purchasers in Newham gazumped?
The possibility of being gazumped exists in any transaction. Generally this happens when an owner cancel a buyer’s offer and makes a new deal with someone making a better offer. Appointing an efficient, fast and proactive solicitor as early as possible is the only way to reduce this risk.
Q. Are any of the protected areas is designated to be at risk in Newham conservation area?
The information available on the Newham’s conservation area is:
1- Sugar House Lane is recorded as poor with high vulnerability and condition improving significantly
2- Three Mills is recorded as very bad with medium vulnerability and condition improving significantly.
Q. Which mortgage lenders do you work with in Newham?
We work with majority of the lender that has office offices nearby Newham. Local mortgage lenders and brokers include:
? Largemortgageloans.com 12 Pepper St, London, E14 9RP
? De Havilland Group Ltd, 2 Skylines Village/Limeharbour, London, E14 9TS &
? Raj Property Solutions 4 Ronnie La, London, E12 5RY
You can request any kind of legal work for the move your lender may have to our solicitor.
Q. I am planning to buy a house in Newham. Is it possible to apply for stamp duty relief in Newham?
The areas that are regarded as disadvantaged in Newham now are Plaistow, St. Stephens, Wall End, New Town, Beckton, Park, South, Upton, Manor Park, Central, Castle, Bemersyde, Canning Town & Grange, Custom House & Silvertown, Forest Gate, Greatfield, Hudsons, Kensington, Little Ilford, Monega, Ordnance, Plashet, Stratford and West Ham.
Update according to the 2013/14 tax year, stamp duty relief for disadvantaged areas is no longer available.
Q. What is the quickest way to purchase a £921,000 property ready to be bought in Newham?
First of all, appointing a prompt and responsive solicitor is essential for fast conveyancing. Besides consider the following:
• If there was any delay when you requested a quote?
• Is email the preferred mode of communication?
• If they are willing to work on a 'no sale, no fee' basis?