Tuesday, 11 February 2014

The 'Selfie' That Requires a Good Conveyancing Solicitor

In an article today in the Financial Times on how to sell a house without an agent, journalist Lucy Warwick-Ching suggest that you pick your lawyer carefully. 
The reason is that if a dispute arises with a buyer, you will probably have to handle it yourself, although some online agents may step in. A good conveyancing solicitor may have to take on some of the work that an agent would have done in holding the deal together.

Some lawyers may well be pleased not to have an agent involved but should be careful what they wish for.

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