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Why Should You Use a Local Solicitor for Your Property Conveyance?

February 21, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 146

If you're thinking of buying or selling a property, there's a strong chance that you'll have looked on the internet and seen that there's so much choice available for conveyancing, that it's difficult to decide what to do for the best. There was a time when any domestic conveyance would most likely be dealt with by a firm of local solicitors. However, there are now numerous firms who offer conveyancing services by qualified staff via the internet, and promise to offer customers the best possible levels of services at the cheapest possible prices. But, for true value and expertise, you'd be much better off using a local solicitor.

A local specialist firm of solicitors will have had years of experience in dealing with legal matters in your area: they'll know the market and the local estate agents. This specialised local knowledge is something you'll never get from an internet conveyancer, no matter how good or highly qualified he or she might be. Local knowledge and contacts could prove to be the difference in a quick and easy conveyance or a long drawn out one.

All transactions can be fraught with difficulties: a conveyance is no different. There may be complications or unforeseen problems and you, as a buyer or seller, will want to be kept informed at every stage of the process. It makes sense, therefore, to use a local specialist solicitor who you feel comfortable with: someone who is familiar with the local area and has local knowledge; someone who speaks plainly, someone you can trust to keep their promises, someone who you can see face to face who will regularly keep in touch, return phone calls and provide a fast and efficient service. In short, what you need is a local firm of solicitors who'll go that extra mile to ensure your complete satisfaction. Are they any good? If they have a list of clients who return to them time and again for these services, then yes they probably are.

The problem with buying any service online is that you don't always get told the bottom line until it's too late. Take a budget flight as an example: the initial price is infinitely cheaper than the competition, but there are all sorts of hidden extras that you only discover afterwards. When you deal with a specialist local solicitor, you'll know that the price quoted will be correct and will take into account the costs of local searches, Land Registry fees and other disbursements.

Jason Walker

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