Buying a house: The legal aspect

Buying a house can be a daunting prospect but the key to ensuring everything is done properly is to employ a good solicitor to act on your behalf.
Oct. 19, 2010 - PRLog -- In uncertain financial times the housing market has tended to fluctuate and the latest economic crisis of the last couple of years is no exception. Prices are still relatively low and getting a mortgage is perhaps as difficult as it ever has been. There are so many hoops to jump through that it is no wonder the process has become so bureaucratic and tedious. The key is to ensure you have all the information you need before you start the whole process. The best way to go about this is employ a good lawyer that specialises in either property or conveyancing law. They will be able to advise you on exactly how to go about the whole process without making mistakes that will cost you money, time or the house of your dreams. Conveyancing lawyers in particular will be able to assist you by carrying out the conveyancing work in connection to the purchase. The main aims of this are to identify what the property comprises of, identify any rights that benefit the property, ensure that the seller is able to sell the property and identify other people who might have rights to the property. Perhaps the most important of these is to ensure that the land registry title documents are checked thoroughly to ensure that the seller is able to sell the property. This is called deducing title and your solicitor will do this on your behalf. In order to find the best solicitor to suit your needs visit

# # #

Compare Marketing
Source:Compare Marketing
Email:*** Email Verified
Zip:SW4 6JP
Tags:Conveyancing, House, Lawyer, Solicitor, Conveyancing-lawyer
Industry:Legal, Home business
Location:Clapham - England
Account Email Address Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse

Like PRLog?
Click to Share