Residential Conveyancing Specialists at Farnworth Rose
Here at Farnworth Rose, we began as a small team helping people in the Burnley and Pendle area with all the legal aspects of their move. We have now grown into a team of more than 30 people with dedicated solicitors working out of offices in Nelson and Barrowford acting for people across the North West.
Our team of dedicated conveyancers always put client care first and will be on hand to provide the best possible legal representation throughout your move.
If you’d like to talk to one of our specialist solicitors today, you can call us on 01282 695 400.
How can our residential conveyancing solicitors in Lancashire help you?
Here at Farnworth Rose, we understand just how stressful buying or selling a home can be.
When you choose our specialist solicitors, you will have a conveyancer dedicated to your move to guide you through the process of buying or selling a home.
Your conveyancing expert will identify any searches or surveys that need to be carried out on your property, deal with the other side’s solicitors for you, prepare contracts and liaise with any mortgage lenders involved in the transaction.
Why choose Farnworth Rose to handle your move?
Here at Farnworth Rose, our specialist residential conveyancing team has over 90 years’ combined experience helping people in Lancashire with the legal aspects of their move.
Our dedicated conveyancers have developed strong links with estate agents across the local area to help your move run smoothly.
We pride ourselves on providing the best possible client care to make your move as hassle-free as possible. We are proud to say that 99% of our clients surveyed found us easy to contact during their case.
You can find out more about how our specialist conveyancers in Nelson and Barrowford can help you by taking a look at our conveyancing brochure here.
How to contact the specialist conveyancing solicitors at Farnworth Rose
At Farnworth Rose, we provide fixed fee affordable residential quotes that will only change if your instructions do.
If you’d like to receive a detailed breakdown of the cost of conveyancing, call our experts today on 01282 695 400.
Or, you can even get your conveyancing quote online by clicking the button below and completing our quick quote calculator.
How long will my house purchase take?
How long it will take from your offer being accepted until you can move in to your house will depend on a number of factors. The average process takes between 8 to 10 weeks.
It can be quicker or longer, depending on the number of parties in the chain. For example, if you are a first time buyer, purchasing a new build property with a mortgage offer in place, it could take 6 weeks. However, if you are buying a leasehold property that requires an extension of the lease, this can take significantly longer, between 3 to 4 months. In such a situation additional charges would apply.
Stages of the process
The precise stages involved in the purchase of a residential property vary according to the circumstances. However, below we have suggested some key stages that you may wish to include:
- Take your instructions and give you initial advice
- Check finances are in place to fund purchase and contact lender’s solicitors if needed
- Receive and advise on contract documents
- Carry out searches
- Obtain further planning documentation if required
- Make any necessary enquiries of seller’s solicitor
- Give you advice on all documents and information received
- Go through the conditions of the mortgage offer with you
- Send final Report to you with the contract for signature
- Agree the completion date (date from which you own the property) with the sellers’ solicitor
- Exchange contracts and notify you that this has happened
- Arrange for all monies needed to be received from the lender and you
- Complete purchase
- Deal with payment of Stamp Duty/Land Tax
- Deal with application for registration at Land Registry
The figures quoted using our online calculator assume a straightforward transaction without unforeseen complexity or issues. If the matter becomes complex then there will be an additional fee, examples of which include (but are not limited to):
- Where your mortgage lender instructs its own solicitor
- Where your lease purchase includes the purchase of a share of the freehold
- Where a lease extension is involved
- Where freeholder consent for any reason may be required
- Where there is a perceived defect in title
- If leasehold, that it is the transfer of an existing lease and not the grant of a new lease
- Shared ownership transactions
- Missing or absentee landlords
- Where a transaction is required to be expedited
- Contract races
- Lock out/exclusivity agreements
Obviously all cases are different and we will try our best to inform you as soon as we become aware of any feature that might have an impact on the quoted fee.
To read about the experience of the property conveyancing team at Farnworth Rose, visit our meet the team page here.