Selling or buying a property is a legal process which requires both the seller and buyer to appoint a legal representative to act for them and ensure that their interests and those of any lending institution are protected.
Good communication and a proactive, solution conscious approach is required to help a transaction reach a successful conclusion.
When selling your legal representative will prepare a contract, answer the buyer’s pre contract enquiries and arrange for the redemption of any loans and charges against your property.
When buying, your legal representative will ensure that you are acquiring a good title and that any lease is reasonable and fair, that there are no adverse conditions or factors that may affect your enjoyment of the property and that your interest and that of any lender is properly registered.
When both selling and buying, your legal representative would normally (unless agreed otherwise) ensure a simultaneous exchange and completion on both transactions.
Our experience has enabled us to identify the best conveyancers and we shall be pleased to discuss with you and agree the best option for your circumstances.
Our selected conveyancers all operate on a fixed fee basis so that there are no hidden charges or unexpected surprises and also provide their services on a no move, no fee basis, which means that should a transaction not proceed for any reason then no fees are payable (any disbursements or third-party payments will still be payable).