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Source of Funds in Conveyancing

"What is source of funds, and what does that mean, when I am trying to purchase a property?"

"At what stage are source of funds requested, and why is it so important when trying to purchase a property"

"Proof of funds, is this something I should be concerned about, when purchasing a property?"

"My family has donated cash to help with purchasing a home, why is that an issue, when it comes to conveyancing?"

"Why is the bank of Mum and Dad important when trying to purchase your first property. What can they do to help the process?"

"How do you prove a Gift of Funds in conveyancing, and why is that important?"

"All you need to know about source of funds, and why it's so important when trying to purchase a property"

If you want to know more, try our quote generator or get in touch Or you may require one of our other conveyancing services. See below.

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"The government is making it easier for homeowners to extend their properties outwards and upwards.  


The new law to extend homes and revitalise town centres means that more and more people have decided to raise funds with a remortgage to fund improvements rather than move house.

Are you thinking of remortgaging your current mortgage? Let us represent you with our remortgage conveyancing service and and do all the legal work for you"

"What is conveyancing and the difference between a conveyancer and a solicitor?

Conveyancing is the legal procedure used to transfer the ownership of a property from one party to another, typically involving the buying and selling of properties.


A conveyancer is a specialist in property law, while a solicitor is a qualified legal professional who can deal with various legal matters, including conveyancing, and both can handle the conveyancing process"

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