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Looking for conveyancing in Newport - here are a few useful Newport conveyancing hints:
  • Always try and get a direct email address for your conveyancing solicitor. Emails are often the fastest way to ask the specific questions you want an answer to, and get a quick reply from your conveyancing solicitors.
  • If your chosen property is leasehold, there may well be additional disbursements (third party expenses) incurred as a result of conditions contained in the Lease and the requirements of your mortgage lender (if any). These costs are often unknown at the outset but an experienced conveyancing solicitor will be able to give you a broad idea of these at the outset – don’t be afraid to ask these questions when getting your conveyancing quote.
  • In the purchase of many leasehold properties, the buyer is required to sign a Deed of Covenant. This is a document confirming that you will abide by all of the terms of the Lease. Ask your conveyancing solicitors to explain this to you in full.


Moving home in the Newport area - here are a few of our favourite home moving tips:
  • When looking to buy a property you should always view it more than once before committing to the purchase. Doing this at different times of day will give you more perspective on the condition of the property and any localised noise disruption in the area at different times of day.
  • It may sound obvious, but when your property is up for sale make sure that it is always clean and tidy. You never know when a last minute buyer may want to view the property and keeping on top of the cleaning will make it easier for you to accept someone at short notice.
  • It is a law nowadays that a property that is being sold must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) to show the energy efficiency of the property. Don’t just accept the first quote you get for one of these as they do not necessarily have to be ordered through your estate agent. Phone round local providers and search online to get the best price possible.

 

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