Residential Property Conveyancing

The firm is accredited to the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme marking us out as meeting high standards in client care and providing a reliable and efficient property conveyancing service. 

The firm is independent and does not pay estate agents or anyone else ‘referral fees’ for your Conveyancing work. Instead most of our work comes through personal recommendations from existing clients and others in the property market.

We keep our costs competitive and transparent; there will be no ‘hidden’ charges for work which is part of the normal Conveyancing process anyway. Please contact us for a full 'no obligation' estimate of the costs of your transaction.

Your legal work will always be carried out by a professionally qualified Conveyancer at this office and we will act as quickly as possible to meet your timetable for completion of the transaction.

If you are a purchaser we will provide you with a full and detailed written report prior to your signing the contract. This will include our investigation of the title to the property and other legal aspects, our enquiries of the seller, results of enquiries of the statutory authorities we make and your obligations as the owner of the property you are purchasing.  After completion of the purchase we will attend to payment of the Stamp Duty Land Tax to HMRC and registration of your ownership of the property at the Land Registry supplying you with a copy of the updated title and other important legal documentation for you to keep.  If you are also selling a property we will synchronise the two transactions to ensure that both are completed on the same day. 

When buying a property with another person you will need to consider what type of co-ownership you should have. If married (or in a civil partnership) with each other then this is usually straight forward to deal with, but if not in such a relationship the co-ownership may not necessarily be an equal share in the property; it may be necessary to provide that one of you receives back their larger financial contribution towards the purchase first of all when the property is sold. There may be other arrangements between the two (or more) of you, or involving your parents financial help, which may need to be taken into account.

We can discuss with you issues about co-ownership and we can draw up the appropriate document to legally record the position.