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Congratulations. You are here because you have either agreed to buy a house or to sell one. Well done. Now it is time to connect you with a specialist Conveyancing Solicitor who can ensure that the conveyancing process takes place as quickly and smoothly as possible.
For many people, buying a property is the biggest purchase they will ever make. Finding the right solicitor is vital, not just to ensure that the transaction goes smoothly, but also to make certain that your investment is sound.
A good solicitor will work proactively on your behalf so that your purchase can go ahead as quickly as possible and will also keep you updated as to progress throughout. When you use our Conveyancing Solicitors Near Me service you can be sure that your legal representative will act in your best interests to ensure that the transaction is successful and that deadlines are met.
Our solicitors also deal with a wide range of other property transactions to include sale, leasehold matters and transfers of equity. In addition, they are experienced in the more complicated leasehold and new build transactions.
Where Are Our Conveyancing Solicitors?
We have expert property and conveyancing solicitors in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland who can represent you in your property transaction.
How Much Does Our Conveyancing Solicitors Near Me Service Cost?
Solicitors Near Me UK will connect you with a specialist conveyancing solicitor completely free of charge and without obligation.
Our service was set up by a former solicitor who understood how difficult it was for people to find a good solicitor who would act in their best interests and make sure that their property transaction went as smoothly as possible. He created Solicitors Near Me UK to connect people with lawyers offering the best conveyancing service and property law advice.
We’ll put you in touch with a solicitor so that you can see if they are the right fit for your circumstances. You can decide at that point whether you would like them to work on your behalf or not. Until that point, there is no cost. You are in control of the situation throughout.
Why Choose Our Conveyance Service Providers?
Our solicitors are independent of estate agents and you can therefore be assured that they will have your best interests at heart throughout your transaction.
When you are buying a property, it is important to receive advice from an expert to ensure that your investment is sound, whether it will be your home or a buy-to-let investment. Our solicitors will investigate the legal title to the property, carry out all necessary searches on your behalf and raise appropriate enquiries with the seller’s solicitor.
They are all experts in the property field and understand the importance of moving quickly during a transaction to give you the best chance of a successful completion.
Does My Conveyancing Solicitor Need To Be Close To Where I Am Buying Or Selling?
You do not have to choose a solicitor in the area where you are buying, but quite often a local solicitor will be familiar with local developments and understand which searches and enquiries may be needed, for example, if they know the property to be in an area affected by flooding or mining.
Should I Choose The Conveyancer Recommended By My Estate Agent?
It is not advisable to use a conveyancer recommended by an estate agent. This is because if a conveyancer receives a substantial amount of business from that agent they may feel some loyalty to the agent, rather than to you, their client. Although they may endeavour to be independent, and are required by law to be so, there is a risk that they may bow to pressure from the agent, even if it is not in your interest.
To be absolutely certain that your solicitor is independent and will act in your best interests at all times, you should seek out your own choice of conveyancer.
Conveyancing Services For All Your Needs
Our solicitors have extensive experience in all areas of property law and can advise you in a range of transactions.
Buying A Property
When you find your dream home, it is vital to use a solicitor who understands how important the transaction is to you and who will do everything in their power to meet deadlines and ensure that your completion can take place when you would like it to.
If a transaction falls through for any reason, as well as being hugely disappointing it can also be expensive. You will probably have paid for search results and a survey, and these will be wasted if the purchase does not go ahead. By choosing an experienced conveyancing solicitor who will let you know what you need to do at every stage of the transaction and who will work proactively to push the purchase through without delay, you will be doing all you can to ensure the purchase is successful.
Buying A Leasehold Property
Buying a flat or other leasehold property is more complicated than buying a freehold house. Your solicitor will need to investigate the terms of the lease and see management company accounts to ensure that the property is well managed and that there are funds in place for any major repairs that may be required.
This can take longer than a freehold purchase and it is important to use a lawyer who understands the importance of requesting and analysing the additional documentation as soon as possible.
Buying A New Build Property
Buying a new home always involves a large amount of paperwork related to the planning, infrastructure and covenants in respect of the new estate. You are also likely to be under pressure from the builder to complete within a very strict timescale.
Our solicitors are familiar with the requirements of new build purchases and understand the importance of meeting deadlines.
Buying An Investment Property
If you are buying an investment property, you need to be sure that not only is the title sound but that you will also be able to use the property in the way that you wish, for example, letting it on a long-term basis to tenants. Your solicitor will be able to check that there is nothing in the title deeds or lease, if there is one, that prevents this.
Buying A Shared Ownership Home
Buying a share in a home with a housing association or developer is a great way for many people to start out on the property ladder. However, the terms and conditions can be complex and the paperwork often baffling. It is important to understand fully the rights, restrictions and liabilities involved. For example, so-called ‘staircasing’ provisions give the purchaser the option to increase their share of the property over time. An experienced solicitor will be able to explain the terms and conditions involved in shared ownership purchase to ensure that you fully understand exactly what you are agreeing to.
Right To Buy
The Right To Buy scheme in England allows council tenants to purchase their home in certain situations. Our solicitors can explain the eligibility criteria and work on your behalf to complete a Right To Buy purchase and any associated mortgage.
Transfer Of Equity
If you wish to transfer a property into or out of joint names, you will need a legal Transfer of Equity drawn up. We can recommend a solicitor to do this on your behalf and they will also advise you as to the implications of doing this and explain the different methods of joint ownership, if applicable. Once the transfer has been completed, they will arrange for registration of the new owner(s) at HM Land Registry.
If you own a leasehold property such as a flat and you are thinking about buying the freehold or extending the lease, we can recommend solicitors to help you with this. The process can be complicated and involve negotiations with the freeholder and their legal representative. Our solicitors can advise you as to how much you should pay for the deal and ensure that your rights are protected throughout.
When Should I Instruct A Solicitors Near Me Conveyancing Solicitor?
If you are thinking of buying or selling a property, it is advisable to instruct a solicitor as soon as possible, before you have found a property or a buyer. This allows them to start to put the relevant documentation in place so that you can go ahead without delay as soon as you are able.
They will help you prepare the information needed for a sale and advise you on the conveyancing process so that you can make sure you are ready to go ahead.
If you already have a solicitor in place, this will demonstrate to any potential seller that you are a serious buyer and that you are ready to proceed without delay.
Find A Conveyancing Solicitor Now
We connect you with the solicitor so that you can see if you like them. You can then decide if you would like them to work with you or not. Until that point there is no cost. You are in complete control.