Whether you’re looking to move home or invest in a buy to let, you need a conveyancer you can trust.
Our experienced team of local Salisbury based licensed conveyancers and solicitors have that experience – over the last 20 years, we’ve helped about 10,000 people moving house, both locally around Salisbury, and nationwide.
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And all of our team are genuine property experts – conveyancing is all they do. And what’s more, with offices in Salisbury, Amesbury, Fordingbridge and Andover, we have the specialist local property knowledge and strong relationships with all the local estate agents, that can make such a difference to a stress free property purchase.
Over the last 20 years, our conveyancers have helped around 10,000 people like you move home.
SO CALL OR EMAIL US NOW FOR YOUR CONVEYANCING QUOTE ON (01722) 422300
Many buyers and sellers do not acknowledge the importance of having a competent and professional solicitor when dealing with conveyancing. This is especially the case in residential transactions.
But you don’t just need to take our word for our expertise – we have been regularly recommended for years by many local Salisbury estate agents.
And what’s more, here at Bonallack and Bishop we are an approved Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) practice.
CQS was set up by the Law Society so that clients can easily identify those law firms who provide consistently efficient and reliable high quality residential conveyancing.
What’s more, the Conveyancing Quality Scheme is trusted by some of the UK’s largest mortgage companies [including Santander, HSBC, Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank] who require membership of the scheme for membership of their lender panels. In fact, we are currently on the panel of over 40 major mortgage lenders.
Getting on this quality assurance scheme isn’t automatic – all the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme firms have to go through a process of rigorous testing to show that they have a specialist level of knowledge, experience and practice in property law.
Your conveyancing – how we can help
Our Property Lawyers provide:
- FREE no strings attached phone advice
- a FREE conveyancing free quote – so you know exactly what you will have to pay with regard both to our legal costs, and disbursements (i.e. costs we have to pay on your behalf to 3rd parties e.g. for searches) – without any hidden extra charges
- A full written report before exchange of contracts
- Regular contact and updates with you and your estate agent
What you should consider when buying a house together
Buying a house with your partner is a ‘big move’ (excuse the pun!). As the law regarding married couples is very different to that regarding unmarried couples, you should seriously weigh up your options if you want to move in together.
If more than one person purchases a house, the property can be owned as joint tenants or as tenants in common.
• Joint Tenants
This means that you both have equal ownership of the property. If one of you died, total ownership of the property would fall into the hands of the living partner. Regardless of which one of you pays for the mortgage or paid for the deposit, you would both get a 50% equity share if you separated.
• Tenants in Common
You should record in writing how much of the house you and your partner owned, and how it was split – e.g. 40/60 or 70/30. This may be a good idea if one of you pays more than the other. If one of you died, the other partner would not automatically obtain your share. However, it is also essential that you both make Wills, stating who your share of the house goes to when you die.
LOOKING FOR CONVEYANCERS IN SALISBURY – CONTACT US TODAY
If you are looking to buy a flat or house in Salisbury, and you’re looking for a conveyancing lawyer, call us now to see how we can help you
- Call our team on Salisbury (01722) 422300 OR
- Email our conveyancers using the email contact form below
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