Enact Residential Conveyancing_v7

October 28, 2014  |  By  | 


Your Guide to Residential Conveyancing THINGS TO DO Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam gravida venenatis nibh, sed bibendum ante porta at. Pellentesque in luctus est. Mauris quis orci pulvinar, lobortis arcu in, volutpat nulla. Maecenas elementum faucibus. What is Conveyancing? In short, it’s the legal process of transferring ownership of a property from one person to another. As a conveyancer we provide this service. What should I expect? If we were to run a poll of what to expect from the conveyancing process and, more importantly how long it takes, we would have a wide range of answers. The truth is that every transaction is unique. Some transactions will take more time than others so it is impossible to state how long things will take. That said, assuming your sale or purchase goes to plan, it should take around six to ten weeks from the day your offer is accepted to getting all the paperwork completed and queries answered. You need to bear in mind though that your actual moving date will depend on the rest of the chain. Who will I be dealing with and when can I contact you? From the outset you will be assigned your own dedicated conveyancer who will be completing your transaction. They are contactable by phone, email, instant message or skype and are supported by colleagues who are able to answer any questions in the event your conveyancer is unavailable. What can I do to speed up the process? If you want to help speed up your transaction, please complete and return any documentation to us as quickly as possible. We understand that you will have a million and one things to do so please provide us with the best method of contacting you and times when you are available. If we ask you to make any payment to us during the process, where we advise it is possible to do so, please telephone us to make payments over the telephone using a debit card. We may ask you for original documentation to confirm your identity. Please provide this as soon as possible to avoid any delays. If you are buying a property, you will need to pay a deposit just before contracts are exchanged. It is very important that you advise us if any of these funds are being, or are going to be, provided by someone else e.g. parents or friends. This is not ordinarily a problem but we do need to conduct additional checks and liase with your mortgage lender (if you are buying with a mortgage) and this can take some time. Therefore we need you to advise us if this is the case at the start of your transaction please. In the event you have, or plan to have, a related sale or purchase please provide us with these details. Any questions? Please just ask! It is a complex process and we understand you will need support, so if you are unsure of anything please get in touch. ?

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