Whether you are a first-time buyer, an up or down-sizer or an investor, buying a property represents an important life step
Buying a house is one of the most significant decisions you will ever make. It can be an exciting adventure. But things can get quickly complicated and stressful if they’re not handled in the right way. You want it done quickly, with as little stress as possible and with no long-term worries.
What you need is a knowledgeable, trusted conveyancer to guide you and sort out the legal side whether you’re buying or selling. That’s where Mr Tutter and Lynn Holmes the expert conveyancers come in; our experienced team are here to ensure that this first step on a new journey goes as smoothly as possible
Whether you’re an experienced buyer or new to the process, we are here to make matters as easy and stress free as we can. We understand that selling or buying a property, you want time efficiency, without compromising on quality or price competitiveness.
Buying a new build property can be a more complex transaction than the purchase of an existing building. Kash Tutter and Co Solicitors has a vast experienced team to deal with new build properties. Our conveyancers work closely with developers to ensure a satisfactory transaction for builder and buyer
We can also advise if you wish to sell your property at auction working closely with the auctioneer to provide the legal documentation required.
Our conveyancing fees are on a fixed fee basis, depending on the value of the property and start at £595.00 plus disbursements and VAT
For a re-mortgage our fees start at £400.00 plus disbursements and VAT
(fees are based on each transaction)
In addition a fee is payable of £36.00 (inclusive of VAT) for each bank telegraphic transfer that we make during the transaction.
Each ID check £24 inclusive of VAT
Please contact us to obtain a full quotation for the sale/purchase of a property.
The usual disbursements for a property sale are:
- Land Registry Official Copies of the title register and associated documents referred to in the title registered £3.00 each document, you could expect disbursements of between £6 – £9 or £15.00 if the property is leasehold.
- Anti-Money Laundering/ID check (per person) £24 inclusive of VAT
The usual disbursements for a property purchase are:
- Searches (approximate) £200 – £500.00
- Land Registration Fee are based on the purchase price and range from £20.00 – £915.00. The Land Registry fee scale can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/hm-land-registry-registration-services-fees
- Stamp Duty is based on the purchase price and can be calculated using the following link: https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/calculate-stamp-duty-land-tax
- Bankruptcy Search (per person) £2.00
- Land Registry Priority Search (per title) £3.00
- Anti Money Laundering/ID check £10.00
Disbursements are payable to third parties and we have no influence over the charges. There may be other disbursements payable that we are unaware of until the transaction begins and which we will advise you of as the transaction progresses.
If you are selling/purchasing a leasehold property, there will be additional disbursements payable to the freeholder / managing agent which we will not be aware of until the transaction begins.
Abortive fees are charged and based on the work carried out up until the time that we are informed that the transaction is not proceeding and will be in addition to any disbursements paid out on your behalf.
Any disbursements which have been made to a third party are non-refundable.
We will liaise with the other party’s legal representative and any other third party connected to the transaction (bank/building society, estate agents, landlord’s agents)
With regard to a purchase, we will check the legal title, carryout the required searches, provide you with reports as the matter progresses to keep you updated. We will liaise with the mortgage company and request the mortgage advance to be released once a completion date is agreed.
On completion of the purchase, we will attend to the stamp duty requirements with the Inland Revenue and subject to receiving the stamp duty from you, we will discharge your stamp duty liability.
We will register your ownership to the property together with the interest of the mortgage company.
With regard to a sale, we will prepare and issue a draft contract package to the buyer’s solicitor for their approval, respond to the enquiries which the buyer’s solicitor may raise.
When a completion date is agreed, if you have a mortgage registered against the property. we will request a closing statement from the mortgage company and discharge the mortgage on completion from the sale proceeds.
Please do not hesitate to telephone us to discuss further.
Our conveyancing terms and conditions are attached for any further information you may require.