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Sunday, 12 February 2017 12:41

Homebuyers and Investors conveyancing news, top tips to help make informed decisions on which Property Solicitor to instruct, which insurance to use before and after exchange of contracts

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The Flexi Smart Contingency House Insurance was launched in February 2017 as a helping hand to both Solicitor and Homebuyer.

The National Homebuyer Conveyancing panel comparison service provides a quick and efficient Solicitor finder and conveyancing calculator. A no hassle system that lets buyers and sellers view and compare conveyancing quotes online without entering any personal details.

With this in mind and a focus on how to improve process the new innovative Flexi Smart Insurance can be ordered via the Homebuyer Conveyancing Solicitor that has access to the Onesearch Direct ordering portal.

Homebuyers can protect their costs up to exchange of contracts by taking out exchange insurance. In addition or seperately they can take out the Flexi Smart House Insurance that provides building insurance between exchange of contracts and completion for a maximum of 28 days.

Homebuyers become legally responsible for the property’s building insurance once contracts have exchanged. Should any disaster happen between exchange of contracts and completion then the problem will be the Homebuyers and not the Vendors.

The Flexi Smart policy was designed to protect the Homebuyer and provide thinking time after exchange of contracts for the homebuyer to decide how to best insure their new property. They may be transferring a policy from their current property or they may choose to search the market for a new policy.

The Flexi Smart Insurance policy is ordered via your Homebuyer Conveyancing Solicitor. We suggest that the best time is when you instruct your Solicitor to act for you. The policy starts on your exchange date.

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