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Dunstable, a large market town in Bedfordshire, lies on the eastward tail spurs of the Chiltern hills, and is an attractive place to buy property because of its proximity to countryside and natural beauty, whilst also being close to major towns and cities in the area. A popular place to live, reallymoving has helped over 358 people move into Dunstable in just the last 12 months.
Luton Borough Council has recently announced a huge investment program into the city in conjunction with private investors, with the 20-year plan aims to inwardly invest £1.5 billion into Luton. The investments happening on Dunstable’s doorstep mean Dunstable is an increasingly attractive place to buy and sell property in, which increases the importance of employing a conveyancing solicitor to update you about any developments that could affect the price of your property.
Conveyancing solicitors will also help you every step of the way through the legal requirements of any property transaction, which can amount to a lot of paperwork and take a long time unless you have an expert to do it for you. Disbursements like Stamp Duty Land Tax and Land Registry will be sorted out by your conveyancing solicitor so you don’t have to.
Whether walking across the Dunstable Downs or visiting St Albans Cathedral, there is plenty to do whilst your solicitor is taking care of the legal side of your transaction.
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