Once you have found the house you wish to make an offer on, and the offer is accepted, the conveyancing process can begin:
The documentation relating to the property will be supplied by the Solicitor acting on behalf of the seller. This includes title deeds, property certificates and searches, replies to Pre-Contract Enquiries, fixtures/fittings list, and energy performance certificates. Our team will carry out all relevant checks on the documentation, if any issues arise, we will discuss these with you and advise on how best to proceed.
Once your mortgage offer is in place and all matters are in order, we will ask you to visit the office to sign the contact. This is then sent to the seller’s solicitor for acceptance. All parties involved then work towards the agreed completion date when you can collect the keys.
On the day of completion funds should be transferred and undertakings agreed between the parties’ Solicitors. The final stages will involve MKB Law filing your return to HMRC, paying the Stamp Duty, and dealing with registration formalities on your behalf.