Your case will be dealt with by a dedicated property lawyer from start to finish who will keep you fully updated throughout. We know how frustrating it is to be left feeling ignored and we are committed to making sure that you will always be treated as a priority.
We believe in providing a bespoke expert conveyancing solution for what is no doubt one of the most important purchases you will make. Throughout your transaction you will have a dedicated property lawyer who you can contact and guide you throughout the process.
We are able to handle transactions throughout England and Wales and would be delighted to talk to you about your sale or purchase to explain how we can help.
Sales & Purchases
There are three main steps when purchasing or selling a property:
Stage 1: Title Investigation
This is the very initial stage where the seller issues information relating to the property to the buyer and the buyer carries out their investigation of the property.
Stage 2: Exchange of Contracts
At this stage the seller and buyer sign the contract for the sale and purchase of the property and the contract becomes binding; the buyer will pay a deposit to the buyer at this stage, usually 10%.
Stage 3: Completion
This is where the legal title of the property is transferred and keys are handed to the buyer.
We offer conveyancing services for residential sales and purchases on a fixed fee basis.
Typically a transaction takes between 6-12 weeks.
If you are looking to remortgage a property our solicitors are experienced in dealing with these transactions and are able to guide you through the process.
We offer remortgage conveyancing services on a fixed fee basis.
Other types of property law
We also advise on other types of property law: please feel free to contact us for further information.
Clear, transparent costs
We operate a clear pricing structure and will provide you with a fixed fee at the beginning of your transaction – there are no hidden fees and we will keep you updated throughout.
RESIDENTIAL CONVEYANCING FEES
For more information please contact us on 01483 521597 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Property transactions can be complicated and often legal terminology is used, which is not encountered in everyday life.
We have therefore compiled a glossary defining some of the terms that may be used during the process, which can be view here.