Conveyancing and Property Lawyers
Specialists in Conveyancing and Property Law
Our Conveyancing Lawyers understand that buying and selling your home can be very stressful. Our team of experienced Conveyancing Lawyers handle house and flat sales throughout Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset and further afield – from our offices in Salisbury, Andover and Amesbury – providing expert legal advice so you know exactly what you are buying.
Our Property Lawyers can help you with:
- A specialist service for property investors – click here to read more
- A specialist service for Block Management Companies – click here to read more
- Buying property at auction
- Buying shared ownership property
- Equity Release Schemes
- Freehold or Leasehold property
- Leasehold enfranchisement and leasehold extension work
- New build houses/apartments
- Purchase and Sale of houses and flats
- Preparation of Leases and Tenancy Agreements
- Transfer of Equity
Conveyancing needs regular contact between client, Lawyers and estate agent to minimise delay. You need to be confident you can get hold of your Lawyer. We can be contacted by phone or email and if your property Lawyers is unavailable there will always be another team member able to help.
Our Property Lawyers provide:
- A FREE first discussion in one of our offices in Andover, Salisbury or Amesbury or on the phone to answer any questions and get you off to the right start
- A written conveyancing quote of the fixed fee legal costs of buying and selling your house or flat – without ‘hidden extra conveyancing costs’
- A full written report before exchange of contracts
- Regular contact and progress updates
Our sophisticated systems manage routine paperwork leaving our Conveyancing Lawyers free to deal with you and your estate agent, giving you an overall better and more efficient service.
Energy Performance Certificates
You no longer need a HIP to sell your property but must provide an energy performance certificate (EPC). We can organise these for you, working with local EPC surveyors – simply contact our property Lawyers for more information on this.
Free Deed Storage
Our Conveyancing Lawyers can store your house deeds free of charge in our fire-proof storage.
Buying a Property
Once you find your dream home and have your offer accepted, instruct your property Lawyers immediately. If you need a mortgage, make getting that your priority – or risk being delayed later. Once instructed, your Lawyer will obtain the estate agent’s Memorandum of Sale giving details of the sale and a Seller’s Package (including the draft contract, details of title and property information). Your Conveyancing Lawyers then makes a local search – dealing with issues including planning permission and whether your property is in a conservation area etc.
Selling a Property
The first step is to find your buyer. Don’t forget if you use an estate agent to consider how commission will be paid. Our Conveyancing Lawyers can advise whether sole agency, multiple agency or joint sole agency is right for you.
Click here for how our Property Lawyers can help with your remortgage.
Transfers of Equity
When partnerships or marriages end, often one owner buys the other’s share. The value of this share (known as equity) is the difference between the outstanding mortgage and your home’s current value. It is essential that the property transfer is recognised in law to ensure the owner selling their share is released from any commitment and mortgage on the property.
Co-habitees owning a property
Read more about cohabitation.
Lease Extension and Enfranchisement
We also have a dedicated team of lease extension and enfranchisement specialists, one of only around 20 or 30 in the entire country. You can count on their expertise – extending residential leases and the freehold purchase of residential blocks is all they do.
Our Property Lawyers can see you in our Salisbury, Andover or Amesbury offices – and our team also regularly run cases for clients nationwide or overseas taking instructions by phone, email and Skype video/FaceTime
Our Lawyers also regularly act in conveyancing transactions in Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset and nationwide.