Buying or Selling? Enjoy a smooth transaction and extra peace of mind with No Completion – No Fee promise
Complications? No problem! It’s all covered with No Completion – No Fee!
We don’t shy away when complications arise. In fact, we’ll happily accept transactions involving unregistered land, planning or building regulations issues or buy-to-let situations amongst others.
And remember, when you select No Completion – No Fee* you are safe in the knowledge that you won’t have to pay anything at all, including any disbursements we’ve already committed to on your behalf, if your transaction does not complete for any reason.
This promise sets us apart from other residential conveyancing services. Other firms usually charge you for disbursements already incurred, which could be considerable.
*No Completion – No Fee may not be available for all transactions – please speak to our team for full terms and conditions. Disbursements include all search fees and obtaining copy Land Registry documents
Things we can help you with
Buying or selling residential property – see our handy guides to the steps involved
Remortgaging including equity release/lifetime mortages
Transfer of Equity when you need to add or remove someone from ownership of your property
Right-to-Buy council or housing association tenants who want to buy their own home
Commercial property purchases and sales
Our team of Conveyancers has continued to work tirelessly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic to ensure that those conveyancing transactions that can complete, do complete.
We appreciate that many clients agreeing sales and purchases at this time of year are keen to be in their new property before Christmas. However, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and national/local lockdowns you need to be aware that this may not happen. Many parts of conveyancing transactions are not within the control of our Conveyancing team. There are many factors that can prevent a purchase or sale proceeding at all stages of the transaction; lenders are quoting 12 weeks just to process and approve mortgage applications and searches are taking longer to obtain.
There is the very real risk that the current level of delays already impacting on the conveyancing process means that clients may not complete their purchase before the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) concession expires on 31 March 2021. We are therefore quoting the full rate of SDLT which applies to new or current transactions and you should have funds in place to ensure that you are able to meet this cost if your purchase does complete after 31 March 2021.
The UK Government’s Help to Buy scheme (in its current form) ends on 31 March 2021. Furthermore, it will be the Easter weekend, traditionally an extremely busy time for our Conveyancers. This means that pressures on our Conveyancers and other parties involved in the conveyancing transaction are likely to build towards the end of March.
Please be assured that our Conveyancers will do everything they can to deal with your transaction as smoothly and swiftly as possible but we would ask for your understanding and patience at this very difficult time.
You can request a quote today
There’s nothing to lose by asking us for more information so why not ask for a quotation now? We will just need to take a few basic details and we will get back to you within one working day with an accurate quotation for your transaction.
If you are just looking for an indication of what it might cost to buy or sell a property then you can view our price information for residential property transactions here.
You can relax in the knowledge that we know exactly what we are doing with one of the single most important transactions in your life.
Our residential conveyancing team is headed up by Kelly Wedge, who has over 15 years experience as a Chartered Legal Executive specialising in residential property.
Claire Hogben is a solicitor also specialising in residential property, having qualified in 2009.
All our residential property conveyancers are supervised by Shelly Phillips a partner and head of Land Law.
Our conveyancers will guide you through the steps involved in your transaction but please see below for a brief outline of the steps involved in buying or selling residential property and residential mortgages.