Right To Buy

Right to Buy Solicitors in Birmingham

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Lucie Couchman

Associate Director - Residential Conveyancing

Lucie@pickfordsolicitors.com

Phone: 0121 726 5980 or 07719550610

Natalie Fitzhugh

Trainee Solicitor - Corporate and Commercial Law

Email: natalie@pickfordsolicitors.com

Phone: 0121 752 7690

Rachel MacDonald

Transaction Manager - Residential Conveyancing

Email: Rachel@pickfordsolicitors.com

Phone: 0121 726 5986

Looking for the right residential conveyancing solicitor in Birmingham can be a difficult task, but as a dedicated team, our aim is to take the stress off you and offer you the right advice and support so that the entire process will run smoothly.

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Purchasing your home from the council, is brilliant, because you are already moved in, all you need to do is sort out your finances and the legalities. We ensure the process proceeds smoothly and stress free and the advice on this page will help you be extra prepared when instructing us to assist you.

What can you do to speed up the process?
  1. Have your deposit, and mortgage in principle ready
  2. If it is a cash purchase, ensure your finances are in one place
  3. You have confirmation from your council that you have the right to purchase your home
  4. Pass our details onto the council’s solicitor and mortgage broker (if applicable) so that they know who we are when we contact them
  5. Return all customer care documents to us as quickly as possible, with your ID and your money on account, which is £300, so that we can immediately start applying for searches (if applicable)
  6. Return final signed contract to us, quickly
What steps do we take to assist you?
  1. Give you a breakdown of fees, and offer you initial advice
  2. On receiving your instructions, we will have an initial customer engagement pack to out to you.
  3. Advise you on the different types of ownership if you are purchasing with someone else 
  4. Advise you on your councils right to buy terms and conditions
  5. Receive and advise on contract documents
  6. Carry out searches (apply for further searches if required)
  7. Raise any necessary enquiries to the council’s solicitors, so we know exactly what it is you are purchasing
  8. Give you advice on all documents and responses to enquiries that we receive from the them   
  9. Advise you on the conditions of your mortgage (if applicable)
  10. Send final contracts to you for signature
  11. Exchange contracts and notify you that this has happened
  12. Agree a completion date (date from which you own the property)
  13. Arrange for all completion monies to be sent us
  14. Complete purchase
What happens after you complete on your purchase?

There are a few other items we deal with on your behalf. These are called Post Completion tasks and include:

  1. Deal with payment of Stamp Duty/Land Tax
  2. Deal with application for registration at Land Registry

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