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You will need to use the services of a

solicitor to deal with the conveyancing

(the legal transfer of property from seller

to buyer). Your solicitor will guide you

through the legal process and resolve

any issues that come up along the way.

We spoke to Sue Zavanaiu from Fosters

Solicitors, based in Norwich, to fi nd

out more.

For more information on Fosters

Solicitors, visit their website >

Buying a home is

exciting, but it can

also be a confusing

time - especially

if you are a fi rst

time buyer.

I am buying a new home -

how much will you charge

me? >

What services will you

provide me with? >

What types of clients do

you specialise in? >

How often would I have to

come and see you during

the process? >

What sort of information

would I need to provide

you with, and why? >

Do I need to use a

solicitor? Can I do it on

my own? >

Solicitor Q&A

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