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Every year, Ashley Adams helps thousands of Buyers and Sellers with the legal side of moving home. Our exclusive Home Conveyancing service can offer the following benefits: -
Busy schedule? Always on the go? We're here to make life easy. That's why our conveyancing service is open 7 days a week and late nights.
Monday - Friday 9.00am to 7.00pm
Saturday 9.30am to 4.30pm
Sunday 10.00am to 3.30pm
In fact we're only closed on Christmas Day, Easter Sunday and Bank Holidays.
It's true! If you decide to withdraw from a sale or purchase, for any reason or at any time prior to exchange of contracts, you won’t pay any legal fees for the conveyancing. You will still be responsible for any third party payments made.
No matter how complicated the sale or purchase of your property becomes, you can budget with confidence. How? Because the price that we give you for the property transfer is fixed. And that's guaranteed!
With other lawyers, if your purchase falls through, then you will have to pay for a second time, for further searches on a new property. With Ashley Adams Home Conveyancing, we will refund you the cost.* View for further details.
Once again, our service is designed with one person in mind – you! You don't have to waste time travelling to see us. You don't have to attend any meetings. We will keep you fully informed every step of the way by post, phone or email. It's as easy as that. Milestone updates are also available for you online when key events take place.
We closely measure the performance of our lawyers, to ensure that your matter is dealt with proactively. Our lawyers specialise in Conveyancing only, so they will not be “in court and unavailable".
Both you and your estate agent will have direct telephone and email access to your allocated property lawyer. Your property lawyer will also deal with other lawyers electronically, where possible, to speed up the transaction.
“Very helpful staff, very professional, will recommend to friends/family. Clear and precise, explained into normal terms what things meant. Overall very happy.” Mr B, West Midlands
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This is not a formal quotation or commitment to lend. All figures are for illustrative purposes only and are based on a repayment mortgage only basis. Figures provided will be dependent on your financial situation, property value and the size of your deposit or equity. Please complete our Contact Us form to obtain further detail on the products listed above.
The period of an introductory or discount interest rate on a mortgage. The initial rate period varies by loan type and can be as short as one month or as long as several years.
Type of Mortgage
Fixed. A fixed mortgage is where the interest rate is fixed and will not change for a specific period, usually between 2 and 5 years. During this period the interest rate is usually discounted from the lenders standard rate. This known as the discount period.
Tracker. The rate of a tracker mortgage is linked to a fixed economic indicator – usually the Bank of England base rate. This doesn't mean it's the same as the base rate, just that the rate moves in line with it. This means the rate can go up, or down. The tracker rate can be discounted and under this circumstance the discount will apply for specific period, usually between 2 and 5 years.
Standard Variable Rate (SVR). This is the lenders standard rate. This will always be higher than the discount rates for some Fixed and Tracker products as the rate is usually linked to the Bank of England's base rate movements and is typically 2 to 5 percentage points above this base rate. The SVR is the rate that most borrowers end up on after the end of an incentive period such as a two-year fix or two-year discounted rate.
Initial Rate Period
The period of time in months to which the discount rate would apply. SVR products, some Fixed and Trackers do not have a discount period and as such the initial rate period would be 0.
The max Loan to Value allows by the lender for this product. This calculated by dividing the loan amount by the house value. For example, if the max LTV is 80% and the property value is £100,000 then the maximum loan permitted would be £80,000.
Initial Monthly Cost
The initial monthly payment, this may be the discounted rate and will only apply for the initial date period.
Whether the lender charge a fee to arrange the mortgage.
Overall Cost for Comparison
This is the Annual Percentage Rate of Charge (APRC). A lender is always required to quote the APRC when advertising a loan or borrowing rate. It is a standard interest rate calculation designed to reflect the total amount of interest that will be paid over the entire period of the loan.
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