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Anyone Recommend A Good Conveyancing Solicitor

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Long time here lurking and enjoying the advice given, I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of a good conveyancing solicitor as i am looking to make my first purchase onto the property ladder, also if I could be really cheeky if anyone knows of a good surveyor as well

many thanks

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Long time here lurking and enjoying the advice given, I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of a good conveyancing solicitor as i am looking to make my first purchase onto the property ladder, also if I could be really cheeky if anyone knows of a good surveyor as well

many thanks

1. Find the best price from anyone in the field who is formally qualified for the job and a member of an authorised body local to you - it's that simple.

2. Get this fallacy out of your head of a 'property ladder'. It doesn't exist.

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1. Find the best price from anyone in the field who is formally qualified for the job and a member of an authorised body local to you - it's that simple.

2. Get this fallacy out of your head of a 'property ladder'. It doesn't exist.

okay no property ladder its going to be a home for myself and better half also didnt realise i was breaking any rules apology's if i have

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okay no property ladder its going to be a home for myself and better half also didnt realise i was breaking any rules apology's if i have

Look for a conveyancer ,not a solicitor , They do all the paperwork for much less than a solicitor and when you have your survey you can channel any questions through them or why not ask the seller direct , its not against the law . We have used a conveyancer twice and they are efficient and cheaper.

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Look for a conveyancer ,not a solicitor , They do all the paperwork for much less than a solicitor and when you have your survey you can channel any questions through them or why not ask the seller direct , its not against the law . We have used a conveyancer twice and they are efficient and cheaper.

You might like someone to sue if it all goes wrong. Use a qualified Solicitor.

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