Our method is by working as a panel manager collaborating together with a number of carefully selected conveyancing law firms around the England and Wales. We have been doing so for a number of years now. All firms are personally selected, and good working relationships developed over time so we can provide our clients with a unique mixture of customer service and good quality conveyancing services. All clients working with Express are assigned a named conveyancing solicitor who will carry out the legal work in their transaction from initial instruction, through enquiries and replies, funding arrangements and finally onto completion, with numerous steps in between. At the same time, all clients are given an Express Case Manager who is available to guide them through the complexities of the process and provide support when needed. We are on hand to answer questions, explain process and and provide support to our conveyancers to ensure the transaction is progressed as effectively as possible and ensuring you are kept fully informed throughout.
We also provide no completion, no fee and clarity on fees so there should be no hidden costs with your transaction. If anything happens outside of the expected, then we will always let you know at the outset so you can make an informed decision. We understand how expensive the house buying and selling process can be and work to ensure costs are limited.
All Express clients are provided with access to an online case management system where you can find updates, track your case and get in touch. We also ensure as much of the process is online and remote as we can, meaning you can complete the transaction steps at a time and in a place that suits you.
All of the conveyancing solicitors Ealing we work with are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) or The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC), therefore you have the peace of mind that your solicitor has the qualifications and knowledge needed to handle you and your property and handle it well.
Like other London boroughs located to the North and West of the city centre, the London Borough of Ealing was historically part of Middlesex and became incorporated into the city of London in 1965. Spanning an area of around 21 square miles, the London borough of Ealing is made up of seven main towns being Northolt, Greenford, Perivale, Southall, Ealing, Acton and Hanwell. As the third most populated borough, Ealing has approximately 350,000 residents that have made a home here.
Unlike some of the more metropolitan central London boroughs, Ealing is a popular residential borough with a wide range of housing available to its residents. Originally named “Queen of the Suburbs” in 1902, approximately 3 square miles of the borough is given over to parkland and its residential streets are notoriously tree lined. The borough has an impressive range of outstanding schools and educational facilities, a weekly famers market and many other retail and food outlets. The borough of Ealing is also known for its lower crime rate than some of its neighbours, all of which add to its popularity has a residential location for those wishing to live close to the capital city.
Not only is the London borough of Ealing known as a popular residential location, it is also known as having a very culturally diverse range of residents with established Polish, Assyrian, Irish and South Asian communities. It is thought that over 100 languages are spoken by residents of the borough. Many of the retail and food outlets found here are representative of this cultural heritage.
Given its many attractive features especially for families, it is unsurprisingly that the average property price in the borough is relatively high, and in excess of £700,000. There is however some flexibility depending on which part of the borough someone is looking at. Some of the greener areas found within the borough have higher property prices and some high ticket large detached houses, often dating from the Victorian era. Mount Park Conservation area is well known for its high ticket properties. More built up and metropolitan areas of the borough have some more affordable options for first time buyers and young professionals such as stylish flats and apartments in places such as Turnham Green, Ealing Common and Acton Town. Acton has been part of recent regeneration schemes and is home to much of the established Polish community. The suburbs of Greenford and Northolt are known for their proximity to the well established canal network in the borough and Southall is home to borough’s Asian community, with a wide range of shops and food outlets reflective of its residents cultural heritage.
Perhaps one of the most notorious reasons that the London Borough of Ealing is well known for is that it is home to Ealing Studios which has been a major centre in the UK film, television and music industry. The studio has been in operation since 1902 making it the world’s oldest studio for film and television production continuously in operation. The BBC were owners and producers here between 1955 and 1995. Popular recent films produced here were St Trinians, the 2002 version of The Importance of being Ernest and Shaun of the Dead. Internal shots of Downton Abbey, along with Dr Who and its spin off series The Sarah Jane Adventures were also filmed here along with some music videos including those produced by the Spice Girls.
Get in touch with our specialist team in Ealing today to discuss your next conveyancing transaction.
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