Connect to Solicitor/Conveyancer

Why Connect to Solicitor/Conveyance?

Conveyancing is a legal process of property transfer from one house owner to another. A conveyance usually begins when you enter into a contract and continue throughout the time span of the contract.

Various conditions (including finance approval and inspection of buildings etc) need to be satisfied for the contract settlement to take place. During the settlement process, legal documents are exchanged between the concerned parties.

In the case where you are availing a mortgage, the conveyancing solicitor will be on the buyer and the lender side. It is best to conclude with the lender’s conditions before any funds are requested from them. Connecting to a solicitor/conveyance will benefit the overall process of the legal transfer of property in a seamless and hassle-free manner.

Understanding Conveyancer and Solicitor

Conveyancer: A lawyer specialising in legal aspects of buying and selling of property (also known as conveyancing).

Solicitor: A legal professional who can take care of conveyancing, drawing and documenting wills and any other legal matter. A solicitor can also represent clients in certain courts and can also instruct barristers.

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Searches Involved in Conveyancing

Environment: Gives information about the quality of the soil and if it is fit for any reconstruction work you may want to take. In addition, it also sheds light on whether the area is flood-prone.

The Local Authority: This gives an idea of how the road work is, proximity to the nearest railway or any other major mode of transportation, potential construction scope or anything else that can influence how you live and how you get the best out of your property

Water and Drainage: Helps by establishing a connection of the property with the public sewers and the main drainage system

How you can speed up the conveyancing

The solicitor makes it a point to ensure the smooth progress of your transaction. It is noteworthy that you will have to provide information at numerous stages of the process. Quick and accurate responses to any request made by your conveyancer will boost the overall process and things will move faster and smoother than expected.

The documents you can be asked to provide include (but not limited to):

We highly suggest you take each step after consulting with your solicitor or conveyancer.

Do I need to connect to a Solicitor and a Conveyancer?

The convenience they bring to the process and advantages

A conveyancer can skillfully take care of your property transfer process just how a solicitor would do. The only point of difference is the fact that a solicitor tends to have a broader knowledge of the law by and large.

The solicitor will be able to advise on various financial implications in complicated scenarios. In case a transaction needs to be in a position where it is ready to take relevant legal actions to settle the dispute, a licensed conveyancer will refer you to a solicitor for effective and tactful handling of the case.

The convenience of connecting with a Solicitor and a Conveyancer :

The risks associated with the process

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Property Growth Network - Connect to Solicitor/Conveyancer

We are a very active group of property enthusiasts who can successfully connect you with a mortgage broker that fits your needs and budget. It is a platform to bring buyers and licensed independent property professionals (for example, mortgage brokers, conveyancers and licensed real estate people) closer to each other in a highly engaging manner.

We connect you to people who can help make progress that you have been dreaming of. With the convenience of connecting with a wide range of personas, Property Growth Network ensures your growth is sealed at every step with the perfect network!

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