Our expert team can help you with all aspects of conveyancing which includes:

  • Freehold & Leasehold Sales
  • Freehold & Leasehold Purchases
  • Remortgage
  • Transfer of Equity
  • New Builds
  • Lease Extensions
  • Shared Ownership Scheme
  • Buy to let properties – Sales and Purchase
  • Probate Sales
  • Auction Sales
  • Declaration of Trust

We offer Conveyancing services throughout the whole of England and Wales and have a national and international client base.  We offer a fixed fee service. You are not required to physically attend our offices to complete the process.

We are committed to enhancing the client journey experience, we utilise technology to simplify and speed up the process. We offer online document signing, virtual meetings and case progress tracking.

We are extremely proud tohave previously achieved the Law Society’s quality accreditation for Conveyancing.  The Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) is a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices and is a clear indication of the quality advice and service that we provide.  The CQS quality standard shows clients, lenders and all parties involved in the conveyancing community that our firm is a trusted resource for conveyancing advice.

How long will the process take?

The timings can vary for how long a property transaction can take, however generally speaking a standard freehold residential purchase or sale takes between 4 – 8 weeks. This can be faster or slower depending on the parties in a chain and depending on other factors, including whether you are purchasing with a mortgage. A re-mortgage can be much faster, and completed within a few days if all parties are wanting to complete quickly. Alternatively, the purchase of a leasehold property that involves a management company who have to provide information/documents and/or that requires a lease extension can take several months.

Typical process for the purchase of a residential property:
  • We will take your instructions and provide you with initial advice
  • Review the mortgage offer from your lender (if applicable)
  • Receive a draft contract and supporting documents from the seller’s solicitors to approve
  • Upon receipt of £350 from you we will order searches (local, drainage and environmental to begin with)
  • Raise enquiries with the seller’s solicitor and request further documents such as planning Send you a letter of advice in relation to your mortgage offer
  • Report to you to advise you on all legal aspects of the property you are purchasing
  • Send you the contract, transfer, SDLT form (if applicable) and any other relevant documents to sign in readiness for exchange of contracts (this can be done in a meeting if preferred)
  • Agree a completion date and exchange contracts with the seller’s solicitor
  • Send you a Completion Statement so you may send to us the deposit monies or remainder balance plus any SDLT payable to complete the purchase
  • Report to the lender so they can pay the mortgage funds to us in time for completion

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