Conveyancing in Newport
Buying a house in Newport
Located on the banks of the River Usk in the southeast of Wales, Newport acts as a gateway between England and Wales. Newport is the country’s third largest city, and as such boasts a thriving housing market.
At My Home Move Conveyancing we have been developing our knowledge of local property markets since 2002, allowing us to bring out customers in the area an outstanding conveyancing service.
If you are thinking about buying or selling property in Newport, you must instruct a property lawyer to complete the legal work on your behalf.
My Home Move Conveyancing offer our clients an award winning level of customer service, intimate knowledge of the local market and a market-leading use of technology. When you appoint us for your conveyancing in Newport you will be assigned a dedicated conveyancer who will oversee your case from start to finish, providing you with a consistent point of contact and regular updates on any progress.
At My Home Move Conveyancing we can help homebuyers across the Newport area, from those looking at modern developments in the city centre to the affluent Bassaleg and Langstone areas and suburban village Caerleon with its handy access to the motorway.
The average house price in Newport is £116,460. During the past 12 months terraced properties were most popular in terms of sales, fetching an average of £115,566. Semi-detached properties also sold well, going for an average of £153,701. Detached properties went for £242,434 and flats for £88,150.
The local authority responsible for properties is Newport City Council. They can be contacted on 01633 656 656 or at the following address:
Newport City Council
The local area
Newport’s history stretches back to the Bronze Age when fishermen settled in the area, while the Romans built a fort and the Normans a castle. Nowadays there is a population in excess of 300,000 that resides in the urban area of Newport, the city centre of which has seen plenty of regeneration over the past decade.
Newport lies around 12 miles northeast of Cardiff, with trains to the Welsh capital available that take less than 15 minutes. The M4 motorway passes to the north of town, connecting Newport to Swansea in the west and London in the east via the Severn Bridge, as well as Bristol and Reading. Cardiff Airport is approximately 30 miles away.
There are a number of good schools in the area for families with children to consider, including Adams’ Grammar School, Newport Girls’ High School and Christ the King College at secondary level. Primary options include St Peter and St Paul Catholic, Arreton St George’s C of E, Lilleshall and Moorfield Primary, while the University of South Wales also calls the city home.
We’re here to guide you into your new home. Working with experienced conveyancers and industry experts, we help to make your move as easy, cost-effective and convenient as possible.
Why choose us?
We’ll find out what’s important to you and what’s unique about your move, so we can match you with the conveyancing firm within our group that best suits your needs.
The Simplify family are all rated Excellent on TrustPilot, so rest assured you’ll only ever receive the best service.
Using the right combination of tech and people, at the right points in your journey, helps to fast track the process and keep you in control.
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