Conveyancing is the legal process between the buyer and the seller which allows the legal transfer of the property to take place. Again if you have instructed our in house conveyancing team or an alternative conveyancer prior to selling or buying a property this may speed the process up. Once you have instructed a solicitor the legal process will begin, we have a dedicated sales progression team that will help guide you through the process and an on line case tracker for ease of access to information, we will endeavour to make the process as simple as possible for you.
We have a dedicated department who can provide you with conveyancing services.
By using Stonebow Law you also gain the benefit of our sales progression service
Our clients benefit from a unique messaging system. At any of the key stages in the buying and selling process, clients who have a mobile phone can receive instant updates via text message, from our Client Liaison Team. We can even confirm when your contracts have been exchanged! All you need to do is register your mobile phone number with us and we’ll do the rest.
Our conveyancers use our software to help prepare your Pygott & Crone Home File. It’s an official copy of the deeds, draft contract, replies to standard pre-contract enquiries and a fixtures and fittings list. In most cases, your buyer will need a mortgage offer and Local Authority search.
Should you decide not to move, there will be no legal fee payable whatsoever.
Your Pygott & Crone Home File and Conveyancing are carried out by the same conveyancer with a fixed fee of £695 + VAT and disbursements. Pygott & Crone are paid £300 per case for providing sales progression and other services.
All updates will be available to you on our website, so you can see when your Pygott & Crone Home File is ready. Follow the progress of your move online and you’ll be up-to-date in no time! Now’s the time to make your best move yet.
The last few years have seen a sharp hike in house prices across the country, but can this rise be sustained? While recent data from the Land Registry shows house prices were up by 12% since April last year, some believe we’re heading towards a slowdown.
Low supply and soaring demand fuel high prices for both the sales market and the private rental sector – a truth that makes itself felt by landlords and tenants.
With inflation reaching 9%* and the cost-of-living crisis undermining consumer confidence across the board, it may be surprising that the average UK house price recently hit a record high.
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