Residential Freehold Conveyancing Solicitors
Buying a house is likely to be one of the most significant financial commitments you make in your life time. You will most probably be investing a large amount of money and committing to a long term mortgage. It makes sense to have an expert residential conveyancing solicitor handling the transaction for you.
We can assist you whether you are a first time buyer, re-mortgaging your house or a buy-to-let investor. Our residential conveyancing solicitors can help and advise you every step of the way and take the stress out of the whole process.
What is the conveyancing process?
Once you have found the property you want and your offer has been accepted there are a series of steps that must be completed before the sale is finalised:
- Searches – the process of establishing any issues that might affect property from planning decisions through smoke control orders to tree preservation orders
- Enquiries – establish any issues with the seller around property title or matters arising from the searches
- Mortgage – receiving instructions from your lender and co-ordinating the process where you are both buying and selling a property
- Exchange of contracts – once any outstanding queries are resolved and the mortgage is in place the exchange of contracts will take place binding you to complete the transaction (penalties are likely if you back out after this stage). A completion date will be set.
- Land Registry deed
Please follow the links below to download copies of illustrations of our fees for conducting typical examples of: