New build purchases
For many people, nothing is more exciting than opening the door to a fresh new home that has never been lived in and knowing that they are now the proud first owner.
If you are looking to purchase a new build home, our residential conveyancing team can quickly and expertly take care of matters, leaving you to enjoy your new home.
For many people, nothing is more exciting than opening the door to a fresh new home that has never been lived in and knowing that they are now the proud first owner. If you are looking to purchase a new build home, or are having problems with your recent property purchase, our residential conveyancing team can quickly and expertly take care of matters, leaving you to enjoy your new home.
The Team at Triangle Legal Services have been taking care of residential property new build purchase transactions in the Central and Greater London area and through the rest of the UK for many years. Our firm is a constant, stable presence in the area, and we have developed trusted relationships with estate agents, valuers, mortgage advisors, and lenders, all of whom we can call on for additional support if required. We understand that often developers have tight deadlines and some of the paperwork you receive may seem daunting. Our solicitors will guide you through all the fine print, making sure you feel completely confident and comfortable throughout the new build purchase process.
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What sets us apart from other law firms is our expertise. As a team, there is no property matter we have not seen before and we can deal with all types of transactions, regardless of complexity. We are used to dealing with high-profile law firms instructed by other parties and have the knowledge, technology, and sheer creative talent to hold our own in terms of protecting our clients’ best interests and achieving results.
When it comes to the purchase of a new build property, we will proactively alert you to any potential problems and then meticulously work through the steps required to find solutions. You can trust that we have the legal knowledge and talent to move the transaction forward regardless of any obstacles.
New build purchase FAQs
A new build property is one that has never been occupied. They are often part of a development which can consist of a handful of new homes or a ‘large-scale residential development’ which can be made up of over 100 houses.
You can buy a new build property once it is complete or ‘off-plan’, meaning construction has not yet begun.
There are several additional tasks our conveyancing solicitors carry out when taking care of your new build purchase. These include:
- Ensuring the necessary planning consents have been obtained and any conditions attached to the consent have been met or performed
- Checking relevant building papers to ensure the home has been built to the required standard.
- Ensuring all relevant NHBC inspections have been completed.
- Checking the developer has provided a structural guarantee or a new build warranty.
- Ensuring the local authority has agreed to take over the estate’s roads and footpaths.
- Making sure all rights of way, easements, and water and drainage information have been correctly documented.
Problems can also occur if the completion of your property is delayed or there are inconsistencies between what was set down in the pre-construction plan and the actual finished structure. Regardless of the issues that arise from your new build property purchase, our solicitors have a) seen it before, and b) know exactly how to resolve it. You can trust us to take care of the matter so you can relax and carry on with your day-to-day life.
Purchasing a new build property comes with unique opportunities and challenges. Our new build residential property solicitors have unequalled experience and understanding of the law concerning new build properties and have been advising and representing buyers of new build homes for over 150 years. You can be confident that we will protect your interests and ensure you are fully informed at every stage of the purchase process. And if something does go wrong, we will fix the problem swiftly and cost-effectively.
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