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Conveyancing in Bury

Handling the legal aspects of a property transaction, including registering the transfer of ownership, is referred to as conveyancing. If you need a solicitor for conveyancing in Bury, we can help you with fast & proactive conveyancing from a national panel of conveyancing specialists.

We have years of experience helping homemovers in Bury and throughout Greater Manchester handle their sale, purchase, buy-to-let, Help to Buy, Right to Buy, shared ownership, new build, leasehold, lease extensions, remortgage and transfer of equity.

Other areas covered: Heywood, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford and Manchester

Bury Conveyancing Solicitors

Buying property in Bury

A town in Greater Manchester, Bury is known for its open-air market and the East Lancashire Railway, a heritage railway. The Walmersley area is particularly sought after. Bury is well-served by the Manchester Metrolink, providing easy access to Manchester city centre. Bury has a population of approximately 78,000.

Bury house prices

The average price paid for a property in Bury between March and April 2024 was £242,760 (updated July 2024).

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Council Tax in Bury (2023/24)

Band Amount
A £1,453.04
B £1,695.21
C £1,937.38
D £2,179.56
E £2,663.91
F £3,148.25
G £3,632.60
H £4,359.12

What do Bury conveyancing solicitors do?

Your property lawyer will take care of the technical side of buying a home.

They will order property searches, raise enquires of the seller's solicitor, review contracts and handle post-completion tasks, like HMLR registration and paying Stamp Duty.

Bury conveyancing solicitors may undertake searches for historic industrial activity and land contamination.

Purchasing a home with a mortgage?

If you are getting a mortgage, your solicitor will also need to act for the lender.

Your transaction could take significantly longer to complete if your conveyancer is not on your chosen lender's panel.

Over 100 banks and specialist lenders have approved our chosen panel solicitors, so we can help you complete your Bury transaction smoothly.

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We can help Bury home movers with the conveyancing for:

Listed buildings

There are about 500,000 listed properties in England and Wales, and around 250 of which are in Bury Metropolitan Borough Council.

Bury listed buildings include:

  • Church Of All Saints, Orrell Street, Bury, Bury
  • Mount Sion Steam Crane, Adjacent To The Manchester Bolton And Bury Canal, Mount Sion Road, Bury, Bury
  • Stone To East Of Church Of St Mary, Church Lane, Bury, Bury
  • Barn At Farnworth Hall Farm, Turton Road, Tottington, Bury, Bury
  • Wall Immediately South Of Heaton Grove, Manchester Road, Bury, Bury

Owning a listed building can be a challenge for the unwary. Examples of the duties that listed building owners face include regular upkeep, consent for any alterations that might change the character of the property and an obligation to maintain and preserve the property to prevent deterioration. Our experienced panel of solicitors will discuss with you the legal duties your ownership will impose.

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Leasehold flats

Purchasing a leasehold flat in the UK is significantly more complex than buying a freehold property. The many potential traps lying in wait for the unsuspecting buyer can include legally technical issues like undisclosed major works and unreasonable lease extension premiums.

A good property lawyer will look into all potential issues with the lease and report back to you.

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Selling property in Bury

When you're looking to sell a Bury home, you can expect your lawyer to first prepare vital paperwork, including title deeds and the various property information forms, and will help you answer these forms.

The solicitor's duties entail answering the buyer's solicitor's enquiries, handling obstacles like a defective lease and redeeming the mortgage.

Your lawyer will also work with all parties, like estate agents, landlords and lenders, so your transfer of ownership is completed successfully.

I am selling a leasehold property in Bury - what do I need to know?

The conveyancing process for a leasehold flat or house is a great deal more complex than for a freehold house.

The complex nature of leasehold property means that conveyancing solicitors in Bury must carry out additional work, such as collating the latest service charge and ground rent statement, through to a copy of the insurance policy.

To reduce leasehold-related delays, It is strongly advised that you instruct a solicitor as early as possible.

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Remortgage conveyancing

The Bank of England's current base rate is 5.25% (15 July, 2024)

You should check the remortgage solicitor you have picked is on your mortgage lender's legal panel before you instruct.

We work with solicitors who are approved members of the majority of mortgage lenders. Whether you are changing to a 25-year mortgage with National Westminster Bank or moving to a guarantor mortgage with Investec Bank, we can help take care of the legal side.

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Transferring Equity in Bury

Whether you are tax planning for the future, buying out a joint owner or giving a property to a family member, you'll need the help of a transfer of equity solicitor or licensed conveyancer.

Your solicitor will quickly and efficiently complete the legal work for a guaranteed fixed fee.

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How much are conveyancing fees in Bury?

Conveyancing legal fees

These fees are what your solicitor charges you for the legal work that they complete during your transaction. Your solicitor's quote should clearly detail the legal fees, including VAT, to be paid when the conveyancing transaction completes.

Disbursements (third party costs)

A disbursement is an expense your solicitor will pay on your behalf which will be added to your bill when you complete. Third-party disbursements include Local authority searches, Stamp Duty or a verification of identity fee.

Check what's included in your quote

When you compare conveyancing quotes, beware of extra fees. Some solicitors' quotes include additional fees in the small print, leading to a higher final bill.

Article by Completely Moved authors

The Completely Moved team have years of experience helping home buyers, sellers and owners, answering questions and providing property advice.

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