Interview with Laura Gill of our Residential department

Interview with Laura Gill of our Residential Property department Q: How long have you worked at Bowling & Co? A: I joined the firm approximately 18 months ago and work in the Residential team.  Q: What is the typical time frame for a property transaction to take, from start to finish? A: That's a tough question! It really depends on the type of property transaction. The average would be, say 6 to 8 weeks for a freehold property and around 8 to 12 weeks for a leasehold property. However, those average timescales…

Legal Tips and Help

Buying or selling a property can be an emotional roller coaster and lawyers use a lot of technical terms, so much so that it can be difficult to follow what they mean and at a time when you are trying to deal with the ups and downs of buying or selling a property, this is not a good recipe for keeping calm. To bring clarity to the puzzle of conveyancing “speak” we at Bowling & Co try our level best not to bombard you with lots of confusing legal terminology.…

The importance of choosing a good conveyancing solicitor

Your solicitor will conduct a range of tasks on your behalf, whether you are buying or selling, or both. General tasks include: Drafting and reviewing sale or purchase contracts; Dealing with Land Registry; Managing the collection and transfer of funds; and Providing legal advice and recommendations. If you are buying a property your solicitor will also carry out additional tasks including: Conducting searches on the property (these can include Local Authority search, Environmental search etc.); and Managing Stamp Duty charges and payments to HMRC. Here are some tips you should…

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