Once you have found your property the estate agent will produce a memorandum of sale which details the price, the buyer, the seller and the lawyers acting on each parties behalf. It is at this stage that we will write to you with our standard documentation to assist you and to make the progress of the transaction more efficient. We will forward to you our client care letter together with a purchase questionnaire, details of how you wish to hold the property (joint tenants/tenants in common), information about stamp duty and of course details of costs.
Once you have returned the initial documents signed and completed and after having giving us details regarding your identification as required by new legislation, the proceeds of crime act we will then contact the sellers' solicitors requesting the contract pack.
We will of course also need details of your present mortgage company and the whereabouts of your title deeds.
Once we have received all the documents back from you we will then draft the contract documentation and forward these to the buyers' solicitors.
A normal transaction usually takes 10-12 weeks, however every transaction is dependent on its own circumstances & every case is different.
Key Property Lawyers. Lawyers in Bristol. For all your conveyancing services.
Key Property Lawyers Ltd
51a Bristol Road
Tel: 01179 869790
Tel: 01225 632404
Fax: 01179 862760
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