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Make your dreams come true. Moving home is an exciting time for Homebuyers. Understand your affordability, do your homework and budget for your conveyancing moving costs. 

Making your New Home move really happen.

Get your finances in order. Understand what you can afford by using a Mortgage Adviser, Broker that has access to the whole of market mortgage deals. Detail your income and outgoings and produce a checklist of fees. That way you can budget for your moving costs. 

You will carry out a Mortgage Market Review (MMR). Your Adviser asks important questions to understand what you can afford. They will then look at the mortgage market to determine the best deal for you. Once you know what you can afford you can then begin to take steps to become a Homeowner.

Agreement in Principle

You will after carrying out the MMR be supplied with an Agreement in Principle. This is a document that tells you and your Estate Agent what you can afford. This helps everyone to keep on track and firmly puts you in the driving seat. If you make an offer on a property then the Seller (Vendor) knows that you have the finances in place and they can consider your offer.

Offer Accepted

If your offer is accepted then you must inform your Mortgage Adviser. They will then submit the full mortgage application to your agreed preferred lender. You will now need to appoint a Property Solicitor. 

Budget for your Property Solicitor Quotes. Find a Low cost Conveyancers quote online.

Use our local Conveyancing Solicitors quote finder service. You can compare fixed fee conveyancing quotes by price, location and by Mortgage Lender. Some Lenders stipulate that you use a Conveyancer that is on their approved conveyancing panel.

How long until Exchange of Contracts?

Everyone buying a property gets excited and the big question is how long do you have to wait until you can move in. This question is easily answered if all parties want to move quickly. It forms part of the negotiation. Establish from the outset your Vendors position. You can offer a quick conveyance if the vendor also makes an effort to move quickly. The best case is that the Vendor also wants to move fast and is prepared to move in to rented accommodation.

A conveyancing fast exchange can be accomplished by :-

1) Ensuring that all parties understand that you want a Fast Exchange and they also see the merits of a fast exchange.

2) Your Conveyancing Solicitor has access to a 24 hour Express Search pack via Onesearch Direct.

3) We can introduce you to a special Conveyancing Solicitors legal pack where both Buyer and Seller want a fast exchange. This Conveyancing Solicitors legal pack also works for Property Developers that want to see commitment from Homebuyers and Buy to Let Investors. 

Cheap Mortgages

The lowest mortgage rate is not always the cheapest mortgage. You must take account of the mortgage rate and the fee which are imposed by the Lender. Some Lenders also offer a cashback which if the deal stacks, would certainly be welcomed by the Home Mover.

Which Mortgage Lender to use? - Think long term - You need a Plan

Your Mortgage Adviser will help you determine which Mortgage Lender meets your needs. You will need to consider what your overall plan is when it comes to moving to another property at a later date.

Some Homebuyers once in their new property then turn their New Home into a buy to let and move out to another new home. If this is your plan then check your Mortgage Lender Conditions. 

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