Buying & Selling Residential Property
The buying and selling of your home, often referred to as conveyancing, can be a challenging time. Whether you are a first time buyer, buying and selling your family home or an investor, our team of Conveyancing Solicitors are here to help you through the process. We have vast experience of Sales and Purchases of both Freehold and Leasehold properties, and our aim is to help you in an efficient and friendly manner.
We want to make your house move as easy and stress-free as possible and will do so by communicating with you, the agent and, if necessary, your financial adviser as regularly as needed throughout the transaction.
For further information please contact a member of our Conveyancing team.
Why choose us?
- We do not pay referral fees- reducing the cost to you
- We provide a first class, one stop conveyancing service
- Our Solicitors are fully qualified and together have over 100 years experience
- We are on all major Lender’s Panels so can act for you if you are taking out a mortgage
- We are also member of the Government’s Help to Buy scheme
We are also able to help you with:
You may think these are just for unmarried couples, but this is not the case and are sometimes necessary for married couples too. Our team of experienced Conveyancers have the specialist expertise to advise you and set up a Trust Deed.
Transfer of Equity
If there is a mortgage involved, the mortgage company will also have to consent to the Transfer of Equity. Surprisingly there can sometimes be Stamp Duty payable on a Transfer of Equity and we can advise you of this at the outset of the transaction. However, if the Transfer is made pursuant to a Consent Order as part of the divorce/separation proceedings, then there is usually no Stamp Duty payable.
Our Conveyancing team will be able to advise you and explain your options clearly.
Legislation governs the process and neither the landlord (freeholder) or tenant (lessee) can avoid this. The tenant is obliged to pay all fees incurred by both parties.
However, sometimes the landlord may agree to a lease extension outside of the legislation. This can be cheaper, with less fees involved, but may not always grant you the same term as the legislation. Whether you are the landlord or tenant we can advise you on the best way to negotiate matters to reach a desirable agreement.
We can advise you on the Stamp Duty position if you buy a shared ownership property because whether or not this is payable will depend on certain circumstances. Our team of experts will guide you through the process of Shared Ownership and explain your options clearly.
If you are considering Equity Release speak to a member of our Conveyancing team who will be happy to advise you and explain your options.