When purchasing a property, our team of solicitors will review the draft contract pack, management packs, surveys and search results in order to ensure that every aspect of your transaction is covered. We will also raise enquiries with the vendor’s solicitor regarding the same issues.
What separates our department from others in our field is that our report simplifies the legal jargon in a manner which is easily comprehensible for all types of buyers. This will help you make a more informed decision when purchasing your property.
When dealing with these transactions, time is of the essence. Our team of property solicitors will act quickly in order to progress your transaction. In order to streamline this process, we advise all prospective clients to obtain an auction pack from an auctioneer prior to submitting an offer for a property.
Ensuring that clients take this approach means that they will be furnished with detailed information on the property and its particulars so that it can then be relayed to ourselves. Upon review of these documents, we will share our knowledge and experience to ensure you make an educated decision about the transaction you are wanting to make.
Although we strongly advise against placing a bid on a property without the legal pack being reviewed by a solicitor/conveyancer, we are able to assist clients post acceptance of your offer through to the end of the purchase and registering your interest in the property.
When a bank or creditor repossesses a property, they place the property on the open market or on auction. The bank or creditor will provide limited information regarding the property and usually requires the transaction to be completed within a set time frame.
Again, time is of the essence on these transactions. However, we will review the legal title and provide a comprehensive report highlighting the available information. We will then take your instructions in respect of dealing with any legal title issues to complete the purchase.
With a new build purchase, there are many additional issues that make a completely unique area of conveyancing as compared to standard conveyancing purchases. This type of transaction requires conveyancers/solicitors to pay special attention to rights of way, rights of access, costs of maintaining the property and any other issues that will need to be addressed with the developer prior to completion.
Our team of experienced conveyancers have the know-how to conducting these transactions while protecting your interests.