When buying and selling a property it is imperative that you instruct a conveyancing solicitor that has the technical capabilities, time and experience to ensure a smooth transaction. Without these qualities, the transaction will be fraught with problems, delays and frustration.
We believe it’s vital that you are kept informed at every stage of the transaction and you are given direct access to our residential conveyancing teams who will keep you abreast of progress, timescales and any possible problems.
If problems do arise, then you can take comfort in the knowledge that our residential property lawyers possess the necessary knowledge and experience to deal with them smoothly and effectively. We aim to ensure that our residential conveyancing services are second to none.
Selling your home
As a seller, it is a good idea to contact us before you put your present property on the market. When we obtain your title papers we can prepare a draft contract, supporting papers and forms so that a complete package can be sent to the buyer’s solicitors quickly.
With our conveyancing team’s considerable experience in all aspects of buying and selling property, we can provide practical advice on key matters at an early stage. Being in touch with market conditions we can recommend the most appropriate action and guide you on decisions you need to make.
Buying your home
As a buyer, it is well worth contacting us even before you have found a specific house to buy. We can advise you on how to go about making an offer once you find a property you like and assist you with the type of survey which would be best for that property.
The Law Society’s TransAction scheme, to which we belong, seeks to streamline the conveyancing process by using a standard and jargon-free procedure.
How our conveyancing solicitors can help you:
- Your conveyancing will be overseen by a fully qualified lawyer
- We can advise on the implications in relation to other areas of law (for example if you need to update your Will and tax planning)
- We are members of The Law Society’s TransAction scheme which aims to make conveyancing simpler and quicker
- Keep in regular contact with the other party’s solicitor
- Keep you fully up to date with what is going on
- Guide you through the whole house moving process, advising on all related matters when required
- We are members of The Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) so you can be confident that we meet the highest standards in residential conveyancing
- If you have received tax advice and/or made a Will which has caused you to hold your property/ies between you as tenants in common please let us know if the same principle should apply to your new property or advise us if you would like further advice in this regard.