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Buyer’s Guide – Conveyancing Explained

Buyer’s Guide – Conveyancing Explained


Stage 1 - Preparation


The process begins when the property lawyer writes to you confirming terms of business. They will also ask you to complete a client information form – this will provide us with important information about you and your purchase. To be enlightened by these processes, you can visit FloridaPropertyManagement.


Stage 2 - Before Exchange of Contracts


This is when most of the legal work is done. The property lawyer will investigate the legal title to the property, request and receive searches and receive your mortgage offer if applicable. Just like the denver estate lawyer, in which save you and your family considerable time, hassle, and money that would otherwise get spent on taxes, court costs, and legal fees.


Receiving Contract Papers

The contract papers will be sent to your property lawyer by your seller’s lawyer and will include information about the legal title to the property, property information forms completed by the seller and any other documents relevant to the property such as guarantees or planning consents. For more information, visit Rhode Island Personal Injury lawyers | Gemma Law Firm.

Your property lawyer will inspect the contract papers and raise any relevant enquiries with the seller’s lawyer in respect of the legal title and other aspects that we feel you may need to know.

At this stage your property lawyer will also send you a contract report explaining information about the property and enclose the contract papers that you need to sign.

Once the seller’s lawyer replies to your property lawyers enquiries they will report to you again explaining their replies.



Your property lawyer will need to request certain searches about the property you are buying, these are:



Its best advice that you instruct a surveyor to ensure that the property is structurally sound. You buy the property as seen with any structural problems it may have. Your property lawyer cannot advise you on the structural adequacy of the property. You should let your property lawyer have a copy of your survey once available so that we can check any legal recommendations the surveyor makes.

Please note… that a mortgage lender’s valuation is NOT a survey. The lender’s valuation is for the lender’s benefit and to determine if the price you are paying is acceptable to them.



If you need a Insurance to buy your property your property lawyer will need to receive a copy of your insurance offer direct from your insurance agency. When a mortgage is required the insurance agency essentially also becomes the law firms client and they are obliged to comply with any requirements they have in order to proceed.

Your property lawyer will, on receipt of the mortgage offer, check for any conditions or requirements the insurance agency needs us to comply with and advise you if necessary. They will report to you regarding the mortgage offer with documentation to complete and a draft completion statement showing any money we may need from you.  They will request buildings insurance information from you and a copy of your mortgage lender’s valuation. Some other insurance that will ask you for is trade plate insurance, so make sure you have every type they ask for.


Please note…if your property lawyer needs money from you to complete the purchase we may request evidence from you to verify the source of your money such as copy bank statements. Furthermore, click over here now pounda.co.uk if you need additional cash to pay the lawyer. They have excellent brokers who will guide you in finding the right loan.



Stage 3 - Exchange of Contracts

Exchanging contracts is when the sale becomes legally binding for both buyer and seller – there is no turning back after contracts exchange! Both buyer and seller must complete on the agreed completion date at the agreed price. If you decide not to proceed at this stage you risk forfeiting the deposit and possibly incurring other costs for damages.

You can now safely make arrangements for the completion date, arrange removals and ensure your buildings insurance is ‘on risk’.


Stage 4 - Completion 

The completion date is the day the seller must vacate the property and you can move in.

Please note…remember to take meter readings at the property on the completion day.


Source - Simply Conveyancing




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