Buying a home for the first time is quite often a stressful & confusing time. Even for those that have bought before, the process of finding a home can be lengthy & tiring. The complicated process & stress to go along with it is enough to make anyone give up & settle for the next best thing, but given that this is one of the most important decisions in your life, this process shouldn’t be rushed. It’s vital that you carry out initial property conveyancing before you even consider purchasing a home.
You could be a first-time buyer or an experienced property owner with multiple homes, it doesn’t matter since conveyancing is applicable to everyone. You can think of conveyancing as an initial survey as it were, to scout & find how feasible the home you’re looking at is. Before anything is done officially, it’s vital that you realise the current market and the actual value price of any home before buying.
What is conveyancing?
Anyone who is looking to purchase a property needs to understand what conveyancing is and how it can bring them a benefit when they are buying a home. Conveyancing can be simply defined as “the legal transfer of a property from one owner to another”. The actual process goes much deeper than this however, as “legal process” undersells the processes that actually happen. The process involves a solicitor that will act on behalf of the buyer to make sure that the buyer receives all necessary deeds to the property and the land it sits on. The solicitor will also ensure that any other regulatory paperwork is carried out properly since there can be huge ramifications if things like this are not done with the due process.
Conveyancing can be a confusing service to arrange & organise but with a professional solicitor, conveyancing won’t be something you’ll have to worry about. Any lingering questions in the minds of our clients are swiftly answered making sure that they are informed but not overwhelmed throughout the conveyancing process. Another purpose for conveyancing is to find out whether or not the property that you’re looking to purchase has to have any extensive renovations, easements or building covenants. If there are any easements that are found through by the conveyancer, the buyer has the freedom to back out of the contract.
Harrison’s Solicitors are here for you:
Buying a home has a lot to do with trust. There is, of course, strict processes that have to be followed but at the end of the day, you’re relying on the work of others to ensure that the purchase of your new home goes smoothly. This is why Harrison’s have been providing their service for so long because we’re able to convey our honesty, along with our sharp approach conveyancing. We’ve worked in Bracknell for years, offering budding homeowners a service that eases them into the property market.
We want to work closely with our clients ensuring that they are never left out of the loop. This is part of the reason why we allocated one solicitor per client case to ensure that you have an easy point of call throughout the process. This also means that a single solicitor can take the time to fully understand your case, giving the time it deserves.
We work carefully to ensure we don’t miss a single detail when it comes to conveyancing. Harrisson’s are here to help the process of buying a home easier, not make it harder. We have three local offices in Reading, Woodley and Caversham, you can rest safe in the knowledge that supports and sound advice is never far away. Give the rest of our website a browse to find out about the other services we offer: – Conveyancing Bracknell