Conveyancing Solicitors in Kings Lynn

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Conveyancing in Kings Lynn

Conveyancing describes the work a solicitor does to transfer the legal title of a property from a seller to a buyer. If you need a solicitor for conveyancing in Kings Lynn, we can help you with fast & proactive conveyancing from a national panel of conveyancing specialists.

We have years of experience helping homemovers in Kings Lynn and throughout King's Lynn & West Norfolk 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.

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Kings Lynn Conveyancing Solicitors

Buying property in Kings Lynn

Recently rated sixth happiest places to live in Britain, King's Lynn in Norfolk is the happiest place to live in East Anglia. The town, which has recently undergone major regeneration, is the regional centre for fairly sparsely populated region of England and has a strong community spirit.

King's Lynn developed in medieval times as part of the Hanseatic League, an influential trading association of North Sea and Baltic Sea merchant towns.

Trade remains important and in 2008, King's Lynn was the fastest growing port in the UK. Always a fishing and seafood centre it is still a key location for food-processing and agricultural related industry.

Kings Lynn house prices

The average price paid for a property in Kings Lynn between March and April 2024 was £281,373 (updated July 2024).

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Council Tax in Kings Lynn (2023/24)

Kings Lynn is in King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council.

Band Amount
A £1,409.32
B £1,644.21
C £1,879.09
D £2,113.98
E £2,583.75
F £3,053.53
G £3,523.30
H £4,227.96

What will my solicitor do?

For the purchase of a house or flat, the solicitor will take care of the technical side of buying a home. Your lawyer will raise questions for the seller, order property searches, review the lease (if applicable) and ensure that post-purchase requirements, like registering the property ownership with the Land Registry, are completed.

In addition to standard searches, Kings Lynn conveyancing solicitors may undertake checks for potential flood risk.

Are you purchasing a home with a mortgage?

When you purchase a property, your solicitor must also handle some legal work for the lender.

Your transaction could take significantly longer to complete and cost you more in the process if your conveyancing solicitor is not on your chosen mortgage provider's panel.

Over 100 mortgage lenders have approved our chosen panel solicitors, so we can help you complete your Kings Lynn transaction without delay.

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Buying in a conservation area

When you buy a house or flat in a Kings Lynn conservation area, your property lawyer will check for planning approval issues, e.g. lack of approval for an extension, and facade maintenance obligations. Conservation areas in Kings Lynn and across the King's Lynn and West Norfolk local authority include Burnham Overy Town, Burnham Thorpe, Shouldham Thorpe, Northwold and Flitcham.

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Selling a property in Kings Lynn

The sale of a Kings Lynn home will require your lawyer to first assemble all essential documents, including the various property information forms and the title deeds.

The role of a conveyancer acting for the seller includes dealing with complications like missing building regulations, responding to the buyer's solicitor's enquiries and redeeming the mortgage.

The solicitor will also coordinate with all parties, including estate agents and banks or building societies, confirming that the property sale completes as soon as possible.

Does sale conveyancing take longer for leasehold?

Yes. The legal work for selling leasehold properties usually takes longer.

The solicitor acting for the buyer will expect to see several leasehold-related documents, like a copy of buildings insurance for the common parts of the property and details of any breaches by other leaseholders. The time it takes to gather this paperwork is the common cause of such delays.

Your solicitor should get this underway at the earliest opportunity, as these details can take weeks to collect if it is difficult to contact the agent responsible for managing the property or they are slow to respond.

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The base interest rate is 5.25% (15 July, 2024)

Before you instruct, verify your conveyancer's lender panel membership.

We work with remortgage solicitors who can work with 99% of all lenders. Whether you are switching to a fixed rate mortgage from Leeds Building Society or moving to a lifetime mortgage with Allied Irish Bank, our panel solicitors can guide you through the remortgage process.

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Transferring Equity

Whether you are resolving joint ownership, gifting a share of a property or estate planning, you'll need to carry out a transfer of equity. Your lawyer will complete the legal work for a guaranteed fixed fee.

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Conveyancing costs in Kings Lynn: What to expect

When you are comparing quotes, it isn't always easy to be certain you are comparing like to like.

Conveyancing solicitors fees

Your conveyancing solicitor's quote will detail the fees for the legal work, including VAT, to be paid when the conveyancing transaction completes. These fees are paid to your solicitor or conveyancer for the legal services they provide on your behalf.


Disbursements are the payments incurred by your solicitor or conveyancer during the conveyancing process. Third-party disbursements include Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), HM Land Registry fees and property searches.

Check for additional fees

Beware of extra fees, if you are comparing conveyancing quotes. Some firms may set out extra costs in their terms and conditions. This can mean a final bill that is higher than the original quote.

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

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