Purchasing a new home for you and your family can be an extremely stressful experience, whether you are a first time buyer or you are moving on to another property.
The purchasing and selling of property whether freehold or leasehold is not a simple process.
For many individuals, purchasing property involves borrowing money from a bank or building society in the form of a mortgage.
For a brief guide on the legal processes involved in buying or selling residential property please click Here. For Checklists to help with the physical process of moving, and other useful information click Here.
The lender needs to be satisfied it is taking a reasonable risk in lending you the money. The mortgage lender will need to know not only that you are creditworthy, but also that the property you are purchasing is worth at least as much as the purchase price, and that it has sound legal title so there is no problem reselling the property in the future.
We are on the panels of all major lenders, which allow us to act for you and the mortgage lender, and reduces your overall costs.
Our experienced conveyancing team will ensure that the transaction proceeds as quickly as possible, anticipating any legal or practical difficulties at an early stage so they can be dealt with swiftly.
We offer a personal service and the solicitor handling your case will update you regularly, reporting to you fully in writing or preferably in person. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have.