Most buyers regard solicitors as being a necessary evil in the property buying process. It’s tempting to search for the cheapest fee quote but many find part way through the conveyance process that the old adage ‘You get what you pay for’ applies just as much to conveyancing as it does to estate agents, cars and hotels! A good conveyancing solicitor can save you money and heartache in the long run.
A good solicitor may charge a few pounds more than one of the conveyancing ‘factory’ centres, but this extra cost is a worthwhile investment. They work closely with the estate agent helping to sort out queries and problems quickly and efficiently, liaising closely with the parties in the chain and dealing efficiently with your lender when transferring mortgage funds.
Their integral role in the process of buying and selling property involves preparing contract documentation, sorting out queries on title, boundaries, easements and rights of way, dealing with the local authority for searches, and ensuring the leasehold title for flats suits your requirements.
Environmental issues now relate to many developments of houses and flats built in the last 20 years, particularly those in ex-mining areas and close to rivers where flooding may occur, and a good solicitor can ensure you have peace of mind when you complete your purchase.
Moores have spent over 30 years building relationships with solicitors we can trust. If there’s a problem during the sale, with the aide of a quality solicitor we can usually resolve it, helping your sale or purchase through to a satisfactory conclusion without delay.
We would be pleased to arrange competitive quotes for you, with no obligation.