SOLICITOR/CONVEYANCING SEARCHES EXPLAINED (House Buying Process)
Published at : 26 Jan 2021
This video is to explain what searches are (part of the conveyancing/solicitor process when you are buying property) and also how much they are likely to cost and how long they take.
When you are spending the amount of money involved in a house purchase it is important that you are aware of stages involved and of what your options are.
This video is information, not advice and you should always seek legal adviser from your conveyancer/solicitor about the risks specific to your property transaction in relation to exchange and completion.
I am a founding partner of Dunham McCarthy Mortgages and we are a team of fully qualified mortgage and financial advisers, helping people secure their dream homes all over the UK. We also have a department specialising in Wills & Trusts.
Go to our website to book a free of charge appointment in relation to any mortgage, insurance or Will advice. Our website is www.DM.Mortgage
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Mortgages are complicated - therefore we always recommend you seek professional advice to obtain one so get in touch for free advice. Our team also help those wishing to remortgage, move home, take out life insurance and invest in property.
We are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and initial advice is free if charge so please get in touch (It is only when you have found a property and are ready to begin the mortgage & home buying process that we charge £295 to sort everything out, this fee even includes getting your Will written. For a remortgage we charge £195).
Our team are available on;
T: 01785 338 148
YOUR PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
Dunham McCarthy Financial Services Ltd is an appointed representative of Primis Mortgage Network, a trading name of First Complete Limited which is authorised and regulated by the financial conduct authority. We do not charge a fee for mortgage advice. Any other fees applicable will be discussed and agreed with you at the earliest opportunity.
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