Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the ownership of property or land from one person to another. This is usually carried out by a solicitor.
This is a breakdown of the conveyancing process:
Find out from the sellers who owns the boundaries, whether they have had any disputes with neighbours and what fixtures and fittings are included.
Check copies of any guarantees on the property such as new windows or other building works, including details of planning permissions and building regulation certificates.
Check the seller is the legal owner of the property and prepare a Report on Title
Carry out local authority searches and check plans for the local area.
Pay stamp duty tax on the property.
Arrange registration of title into your name.
We have a panel of solicitors that we can recommend due to positive experiences with them from ourselves and our clients, we have found that these solicitors have always worked in a professional, fast and efficient manor for our vendors and buyers to get the conveyancing carried out as quickly as possible, so their sale can proceed to a satisfactory conclusion.
They also provide regular timely updates of the process to keep you fully informed throughout. We know this is reassuring to our buyers and sellers.
If you wish to discuss being recommended to a Solicitor please contact our office on 0208 804 5050, where a trained member of staff will be able to assist you further