If you are on the look out for a property solicitor to manage the buying or selling of your home then you are probably wondering what you’re paying for and where your money will be going! Costs will vary according to the price of the homes being bought and sold and what you will get is a comprehensive service that includes: - Conducting vital searches with local authorities, utility companies and other bodies to ensure no future plans or financial liabilities on the property in question. For example, the searches will reveal if your property is in a flood-risk area,…Read more..
If you’re planning to buy a home in Leicester then Anthony Stockton Solicitors can help the process go smoothly for you. We can guide you through the conveyancing process so that you can have the peace of mind that you are in safe hands and that you are working with a team that has many years experience, understands the Leicester property market, and has your best interests at heart. We offer a wide range of conveyancing services which will simplify the process for: Buying or selling residential properties Buying or selling commercial properties Re-mortgaging property Understanding your rights as a…Read more..
We all know that the process of moving house can be a stressful one so you want to work with a conveyancing solicitor who has empathy, understands how time-critical the process can be and who will make themselves available to answer your questions. There are literally thousands of conveyancing solicitors to choose from so how do you make the right choice? Here are some things to consider; Personal recommendation – this is obviously one of the best ways. We don’t mean recommendation by your mortgage lender or estate agent because they may have a vested interest. We are talking about…Read more..
The housing market has always been an indicator of how well (or how badly) the UK economy is doing. What was becoming increasingly obvious was that first time buyers were really struggling to get into the housing market because of the levels of deposit required and people who wanted to move up the ladder were experiencing similar problems so they just stayed put. The scenario was therefore like this: nobody moving and no new buyers entering the market. All of this spelt trouble for the UK economy and so this is why the government introduced the ‘help to buy’ scheme.…Read more..