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Residential Freehold and Leasehold Houses and Flats
Our conveyancing solicitors will assist you with every move of buying or selling your property. From the initial paperwork, to ensuring the legal terms of the mortgage offer are in order and getting pertinent procedures and searches performed, to signing up and exchanging contracts and ultimately, completion day. There is a lot to consider and our dedicated team of commercial and residential property solicitors will assist you every step of the way.
Our lawyers are greatly experienced in all aspects of domestic conveyancing and are experts at dealing with even the most complex of transactions. So whether you are buying a freehold property from an estate agent or house builder, a flat or luxury apartment, a first time buyer getting their foot on the first rung of the property ladder with a shared ownership property or if you are looking at retirement homes or specialist schemes for the elderly, you can be confident that you can rely upon our expertise to guide you safely through the whole process.
A residential conveyancing solicitor will also aid with other property matters you have, such as land registry or title deeds issues. Possibly you require your property boundaries validating, or are considering purchasing more land and need more advice.
Tenants and landlords can also benefit greatly from obtaining legal advice and assistance. Tenants need to ensure that the contract they are due to sign is legitimate and fair. Landlords will want to ensure that their investment is adequately protected by the Tenancy Agreement and that they have the legal rights of enforcement to take action and obtain possession in circumstances where the Tenant breaks their contract, or who are otherwise not appropriate tenants.
So, whether you are looking at purchasing or marketing your house; have doubts or queries regarding your legal position as a landlord or a tenant; or simply need legal assistance or advice on general property issues, please feel free to contact us for a free initial consultation and a no obligation quotation on the level of legal fees you are likely to incur.
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