CONVEYANCING

What Is Property Conveyancing? Why Do I Need a Property Conveyancing Solicitor? Conveyancing is the legal transfer of property from one owner to another. The conveyancing process, if properly carried out by conveyancing solicitors, ensures that the purchaser actually owns all the property, land and rights that have been paid for. Selling Your House (conveyancing) i.e. the legal process involved in selling your house is relatively straightforward.

Conveyancing Solicitors normally perform the following services:

  • Obtaining the deeds (from your mortgage lender if you have one);
  • Completing a Property Information Form and a list of the Fixtures, Fittings and Contents;
  • Sending out a draft contract package to the buyer's solicitor, providing them with full details of the property and it's services;
  • Agreeing a date when the purchase will be completed;
  • Exchanging contracts;
  • Repaying any mortgage, paying the estate agents, and sending you the rest of the proceeds (or putting them towards the purchase of your new home).
  • Purchasing and Selling properties
  • Re-mortgages
  • Transfer of Equity
  • Registration of legal charges