The Responsibilities of Conveyancing Solicitors
Conveyancing solicitors are paramount to securing any property sale, or purchase. Working within the parameters of the law, conveyancing solicitors are engaged from the moment that an offer on a property is accepted.
Once an agreement is in place for the purchase or sale of a property, conveyancing solicitors are responsible for handling the contracts, proving legal advice, conducting local authority searches, ensuring that the exchange of land registry is completed, and arranging for the transfer of funds.
It's important that homeowners choose conveyancing solicitors to manage the legal transfer of property exchange. Solicitors with little experience of conveyancing may not be able to manage the process efficiently, especially if complex issues arise.
Springbok Properties has an in-house team of conveyancing solicitors with a wealth of experience fast-tracking your conveyancing. Providing the seamless legal exchange of property ownership, our conveyancing solicitors work to ensure your home is sold in the quickest possible time. Call us TODAY on: 0800 068 4015 to find out more.
The level of service homeowners feel when buying or selling their home can make a huge difference on how easy or difficult the process felt to them. Conveyancing solicitors should be aware of vendor's and buyer's positions, and always act in the best interests of their clients.
Conveyancing solicitors that are known for their open and approachable ethos will be favoured by homeowners. This includes being available to homeowners at every stage of the property transaction, and encouraging homeowners to contact them to track the progress of the exchange.
The right conveyancing solicitors will also keep homeowners abreast of who's managing the process, and inform homeowners when they may be unavailable. The right conveyancing solicitors will also ask vendors and buyers to keep them informed of any dates that they might be unavailable.
Managing Potential Setbacks
Property transactions aren't without the potential for setbacks. From the worry of buyer's deciding against a purchase whilst in a chain to a vendor dropping out altogether, difficulty obtaining a mortgage, or highlighted property problems discovered after a survey, conveyancing solicitors may have to react to a plethora of setbacks.
The right conveyancing solicitors understand how to act in the best interests of their clients. This includes advising against a purchase in the event of new information being uncovered, and dealing with uncommunicative counterpart conveyancing solicitors.
With a team of highly-qualified and vastly experience conveyancing solicitors, Springbok Properties saves vendors the expense and hassle of hiring high street conveyancers. To find out more about why our conveyancing solicitors are ideally suited to homeowners who wish to sell their home fast, or to list your property, call us TODAY on: 0800 068 7935.