NEW start but are the OLD ways the best?
BY THE TIME YOU ARE READING THIS 2020 WILL BE DONE! HOPEFULLY 2021 HAS BRIGHTER AND MORE WELCOMING PROSPECTS AHEAD
Maybe this will be the year to get energised, think of new beginnings and perhaps think of moving to a new house.
If so, why not start your research now?
Most people look for a house, and then think about instructing a Conveyancing Lawyer much later. Whilst this is okay, we think it is a good idea to decide first who you are going to instruct.
Spend some time checking a firm out.
If someone recommends a firm to you then fine, most of our work comes from repeat business and recommendations, but you should also enquire as to the qualifications held by the firm and their staff. Do they understand the locality? Are they experienced in their field of law?
Speak to the staff, get a feel for them, do they do their best to assist you?
Query prices and enquire as to the information you need to provide so that you can get as accurate an estimate as possible.
Think carefully about choosing online conveyancers. Communication will almost certainly be by email and telephone. Will you get through to the same person each time?
Will you get to know them and be confident of their process or will they just come across as faceless call centre operators? Think about what redress you may have with an online firm if things go wrong and how easily that would be to resolve. It may be that in such a case you have to resort to employing another solicitor to contact them and make headway with a problem or complaint. Instances such as those almost always require the payment of another set of charges to investigate the problems to move to completion. There is then the untidy and usually drawn-out procedure to recover compensation for a job not well done. This could prove difficult.
A local conveyancer should always seek to provide a more personal touch. You have the knowledge that, if needed, you can travel to their office and see them in person.
Choose carefully, after all, this could be vital to the successful purchase of your new house or to the completion of your sale on time. Setbacks and delays are part and parcel of conveyancing transactions and you need to be aware of why they happen. There is often a huge amount of legal work that buyers and sellers are not aware of. The process can be technical and complicated. No two sets of house purchases and sales are the same and this applies to the people purchasing and selling too. We are all different. Make sure you instruct a firm that will keep you abreast of any challenges they may face.
We at Peace Legal, no matter which department we work in, understand that we are working in a service industry, dealing with and helping all manner of people with their problems. We strive to maintain the “personal touch”. Our conveyancing team know through experience that conducting business this way results in the best outcomes, not only for our clients but for Peace Legal too!
Please contact our conveyancing team for an estimate, they will do their very best to assist you.
Posted on Jan 04, 2021Back to Latest News