Once you have found your dream new home, be it off plan, partly constructed or finished you will need to make an offer and put down a deposit. Most house builders will require you to be able to exchange contracts within a strict timeframe which can be as little as 4 weeks. For those developments where there is high demand for their properties, it is not unusual for buyers to lose their deposit and their home because they missed this deadline.
Thorneycroft Conveyancing provides a specialist new homes service.
When you have put down your deposit on your prospective new home, it is important to use a conveyancing solicitor that understands the legal documentation required for your specific new build development, i.e a conveyancer with experience of planning permission implementation, road and drainage adoption and who also understands how new-build contracts work.
At Thorneycroft solicitors, we offer a bespoke new home conveyancing service which is tailor made to support your new homes purchases to ensure the house move runs smoothly.
New homes sales need special attention, which is why Thorneycroft Solicitors, as members of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, as well as panel members to all major lenders, are well placed to offer the specialist conveyancing service required for new homes sales.
It is essential to choose a conveyancing solicitor that knows the developments well and understands all the legal documentation required for new build properties but who also work with pace and efficiency to ensure the new home sales process runs smoothly and without delay.