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Buying a Property

Residential Purchases, Buy to Let, Remortgaging, Land Acquisitions

Buying a Property

 

The purchase of a new home is likely to be the largest financial commitment you will ever make and it can also be one of the most stressful, therefore you need peace of mind knowing your move is in capable hands. 

Our role as your Conveyancing Solicitor is to be at the heart of the moving process, guiding you through step-by-step and looking after your best interests; providing clear and independent advice. Our intention is to make your move as quick, efficient and stress-free as possible.

Accredited Law Firm

We are proud of our Law Society Quality Conveyancing Scheme Accreditation, which is the recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices, so you know your matter is being handled by professionals. 

Tailored Quotes vs Headline Deals

We give transparent quotes, so you are aware of the full costs throughout the entire conveyancing process. Be wary of 'budget' 'cheap' / '£99' conveyancing deals, as these will often gloss over the true cost of the transaction, leaving you to find out about additional search fees, expenses or disbursements only after you have signed up. Here at Veitch Penny we give an itemised breakdown of the costs associated with any property transaction.

We can help

If you would like to discuss the purchase of a property in more detail, please contact us on 01392 344800 for a FREE initial discussion to see how we can help you.

 

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Remortgaging

Is your fixed rate mortgage coming to an end?

Remortgaging is the process of repaying your existing mortagage and replacing it with a new one from a different lender, usually to get a better rate mortgage. Everyone is looking for ways to save money and remortgaging could be the answer.

The conveyancing process - Buying

Residential Purchases

Buying a new home is probably the greatest financial commitment which most of us will make and you will need professional advice to guide you through the transaction, resolve any conveyancing issues, and ensure that it all runs smoothly.  Our aim is to make your move as quick and efficient as possible whilst offering a service which is good value for money.

Buy to Let

Looking for an investment?

With property prices quite low at the moment many people feel that buying a property for investment purposes will provide a regular income and the possibility of seeing their investment grow in value as well.  This can seem attractive compared with many other investments at the moment.

New Homes

Are you purchasing a new home?

There are a great many benefits from purchasing a new build home – increased environmental efficiency, various incentives can be provided, ensuring that your home is designed the way you want it to be and probably most importantly, developers will often provide a 10 year warranty scheme for the construction of the property such as the National House-Building Council (NHBC).

First Time Buyers

We know buying a house can be an overwhelming experience, particularly when it is your first home. Our friendly and approachable staff will guide you though the process from start to finish keeping it as stress-free as possible.

We want you to spend less time worrying about the legal process of buying a house and more time thinking about the exciting aspects of your first home.

Shared Ownership, Keyworker Mortgages and Right to Buy

Shared Ownership Property Schemes

Shared ownership schemes allow you to purchase a share in the property, typically 25% - 50% of the market value in the property, whilst paying rent to the housing association on the remaining share.

There are a several mortgage lenders who specialise in shared ownership mortgages.

Joint Ownership

English law recognises two ways in which two or more people can own and hold property jointly.  These are known as "joint tenancy" or "tenancy in common".  There are important differences between these two concepts, and all joint owners must decide which of the two alternatives is appropriate to them.

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