Conveyancing Guides

Why do I need an Indemnity Policy? One of the most common question we are asked in Conveyancing

Indemnity insurance policies are commonly used in property transactions to provide protection in situations where the legal position is either unclear or not fully acceptable to a purchaser or mortgage lender. Indemnity policies can be a quick way of resolving legal issues to everyone’s satisfaction, so are frequently used to speed up the conveyancing process.  […]

Buying your first home

As a first time buyer, the prospect of buying your first home, and most likely taking out a mortgage, can seem daunting, but do not let it be.  Courmacs offers a first-time buyers no obligation consultation to guide first time buyers through their first purchase. Whether you have found your first property already, or perhaps […]

Conveyancing Process & Fees Explained

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring ownership of property from one party to another. During the process, you will need to make payments to parties other than your conveyancing solicitor. You would however first make the payment to your solicitor, who would then distribute the monies as necessary. Any payment you initially make to […]

The Conveyancing Process

Selling your Property Before property goes on the market Before a property can be put on the market you will need an EPC (Energy Performance Certificate). These can be provided for you by your conveyancing specialist. When you instruct your solicitor or conveyancing agent, you should also request all the relevant forms and fixtures. This […]
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