Conveyancing for Home Buyers
'Conveyancing' is the word used to describe the legal and administrative work carried out when buying or selling a property. The conveyancing process starts when the buyer accepts an offer from the seller, and concludes when the new owner is registered at the Land Registry.
When acting for a buyer, a solicitor will carry out comprehensive due diligence into the property you intend to buy and report back to you accordingly. Our solicitors will review and negotiate contracts on your behalf, advise on your mortgage offer, carry out necessary searches, exchange and complete contracts and carry out all post completion formalities.
Conveyancing for Home Sellers
When acting for a seller a solicitor will collate all necessary documentation and prepare a draft contract. The solicitor will then answer any number of questions and enquiries from the buyers solicitor on your behalf before completing on the sale.