Conveyancing Solicitors in Norwich – Express Conveyancing
At Express Conveyancing, we pride ourselves in providing an award winning conveyancing service in Norwich, Norfolk and across the whole of East England. Our conveyancing solicitors in Norwich some of the best conveyancing solicitors around at a fraction of the cost. Our fixed fee guarantee with a Norwich Conveyancing Quote means that what you get quoted is what you pay*. Unlike many other law firms, we do not believe in hidden costs, taking the guise of ‘administration costs’. We pride ourselves in providing a great conveyancing service to all of our clients matched with one of our panel of conveyancing firms around the country.
Norwich City built upon River Wensum in England is the regional administrative centre and the county town of Norfolk. In the 11th century, Norwich was the biggest city in England after London, and one of the most central places in the UK. The boundaries of the city extend to many suburban areas in all directions of the compass taking in the towns of Taverham, Costessy, Hellesdon, Old Catton, Bowthorpe Sprowston and Thorpe St Andrew. Currently, Norwich is one of the fourth most densely populated local government district within the East of England consisting of 3,480 people per square kilometre or 8,993 per square mile.
As the fifth largest county in the UK, Norfolk covers an area of 2,074 square miles. As a coastal county, Norfolk has almost 100 miles of coast line and three seaside resorts that are popular with holidaymakers especially during the summer months. The northern section of the coast line is recognised an area of outstanding natural beauty and to the east is the UK’s only man made national park, The Norfolk Broads, which encompasses 125 miles of waterways which are all navigable and lock-free. The county of Norfolk has a rich and colourful history. It has strong connections with medieval settlements, parts of which remain standing today. As a county, Norfolk has 659 medieval churches, which is thought to be the most found anywhere in the world and Norwich itself is home to Dragon Hall, which is the only surviving medieval merchants trading hall in Western Europe.
Notable coastal locations are the nationally recognised nature reserve at Blakeney where you can see a wide variety of birds and also resident seals. Blakeney Point happens to be the home of the largest colony of grey seals in England. Another popular location is the beach at Horsey, where seals can be seen on the beach. Brancaster Beach is the location of the historic shipwreck of the SS Vina which ran aground here in 1944. There are however hidden dangers here in high tides and so viewing from a safe distance is advisable. Holkham Beach located on the Holkham Hall Estate is a huge expanse of unspoilt beach hugely popular with horse riders, walkers and dog walkers. The estate itself works hard to achieve its visions in sustainability.
Interestingly, the Georgian market town of Swaffham in Norfolk, was the childhood home of archaeologist Howard Carter, who discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. Norfolk was the birthplace of many important faces today, including members of the Royal Family who have a home here on the Sandringham Estate, Stephen Fry and Delia Smith.
If you are going to be living within Norwich itself, then you will be delighted to learn the Norwich Cathedral within the city is one of the best examples of architecture from the Norman era.
Norwich and its surrounding areas are largely rural and if you are thinking of buying a property in the area of Norfolk, then Express Conveyancing have many conveyancing packages to suit your needs. Norwich city has different options for those preferring a more city lifestyle than rural. There is something to suit everyone who are searching for a good deal when looking for a Norwich Conveyancing Quote and we can provide you with a highly skilled conveyancing solicitor to help you finalise the purchase of your new home.
How can our conveyancing solicitors in Norwich help you?
The average house price in Norfolk sits at around £300,000. Some properties, especially in the more desirable coastal areas, the area of outstanding natural beauty and the Norfolk Broads National Park attract a higher price tag. The county boasts some beautiful properties in picturesque locations and is popular with second homeowners looking for an escape from city life, especially given its proximity and accessible travel links into Central London. For others, many of the county’s towns and villages offer a wide selection of property types suiting varied budgets and lifestyles.
Conveyancing is an essential part of purchasing a property in the UK, and we at Express Conveyancing, have the local knowledge and expertise to help with your next property transaction. We will guide you through the process and work with your conveyancing solicitors in Norwich for the best possible outcome. Possible pitfalls to look out for during your conveyancing formalities is to look out for planning permission, structural faults etc on the property that you are purchasing. These are generally revealed on your local authority search result. Hiring a solicitor through our Norwich Conveyancing Solicitor will put your mind at rest that all the searches are undertaken in an ethical and diligent manner.
Once you have chosen the property that you wish to buy you can either ask us at Express Conveyancing for an online quote or call our offices and speak to one of our Norwich Conveyancing team who will be happy to put in contact with one of our fully trained conveyancing solicitors in Norwich.
Working with Express Conveyancing in Norwich
Express Conveyancing is a nationwide panel manager working with some of the finest law firms around the country. We hand select all of our partner firms and build strong co-operative working relationships with each of the firms. We ensure our methods complements both you as the client and the conveyancers carrying out the legal work. For clients, we provide an additional point of contact as well as the conveyancing solicitor and we work hard to breakdown legal jargon and provide updates in user friendly manner. We can answer questions and help get a transaction back on track if necessary. For our conveyancers, we track cases and spot problems, then provide support in chasing documents or outstanding elements from various sources. We understand how conveyancing works and the pitfalls so work hard to navigate these. We also understand that the conveyancing process involves a variety of professionals working together to reach the same end point. For example, solicitors, property search providers, estate agents, new build developers and their sales staff, mortgage broker and financial advisors and in some cases other legal professionals from differing law specialities such as probate or family law. At Express Conveyancing, we have the experience of working with all these different professionals and can work to bring everyone together.
Get in Touch
Contact one of our experienced team today to find out how we can help you. You can obtain itemised quotations online through our website “get a quote” button. You can give us a call on 0800 799 9892 or send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org . Whichever method of communicating suits you best, we are here to help get the best and most accurate quote for your specific property transaction.