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Looking for conveyancing in Scarborough - here are a few useful Scarborough conveyancing hints:
  • 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.
  • If you are unsure about any information your conveyancing solicitor has sent you about the property, just ask them. After all you want to be sure what you are signing up for when buying a property.
  • When buying a property, most conveyancing solicitors will require proof of the source of your deposit monies. Conveyancing solicitors have many obligations under anti-money laundering regulations and you should not take this request personally, simply have the information ready to hand to help speed up the whole process.


Moving home in the Scarborough area - here are a few of our favourite home moving tips:
  • When looking to market your property ask your friends and family if they know of anyone who they would recommend and have used in the past. Also speak to various agents in detail about how they intend to get you the best price for your property in the shortest time – they should be pro-active from the start!
  • 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.
  • If you have any personal fixtures in your house that you know you don’t want to include in the sale (eg a chandelier that is a family heirloom), remove these prior to showing your house and replace accordingly. You don’t want a buyer making it a condition of the sale that your treasured possessions are included.

 

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