Homebuyers deserve no surprises in the most significant purchase of their lives. The Law Society’s CON29DW Enquiry provides deal-breaking information for prospective homebuyers enabling them to make informed decisions about their property purchase.
The Enquiry consists of 23 standard questions which address issues that have the potential to affect both the value and title of the property, these are answered in full by all providers. So whether you purchase your Enquiry in Cumbria or Cornwall, it will contain the same important property information. Supported by robust and underwritten guarantees, there is always a clear trail of responsibility back to the provider and final redress available through The Property Ombudsman.
The Law Society’s CON29DW Enquiry protects consumers from unnecessary risk. It enables them to make informed decisions about their property purchase by providing them with critical information that will indicate whether, for example:
Each Law Society CON29DW Enquiry provides guaranteed and underwritten information on the property’s drainage and water supply, with a clear trail of responsibility back to the provider. The 23 questions in the Enquiry cover:
The Law Society’s CON29DW Enquiry consists of 23 standard questions so wherever in England it is purchased, the Enquiry will contain the same important property information.
Industry specialists compile responses to the Law Society’s CON29DW Enquiry, making technical and often complex information accessible and understandable. Support is available to customers to enhance their understanding of the issues raised within the Enquiry.
To ensure that the Enquiry remains fit for purpose and adds value for customers, DWSN members work closely with key stakeholders, such as the Law Society and lenders, to review both its content and its presentation.