Buying and Selling a Home
Your local conveyancing solicitors
We are conveyancing solicitors in Exeter. If you are buying or selling a home, the right legal advice can help you to avoid unexpected delays or expenses. Our experienced conveyancers will ensure that your sale or purchase goes as smoothly as possible and that you are kept up to date with the progress of your transaction.
We are always up front with our conveyancing fees, so you can be confident that there will be no hidden costs. Get an instant quote using our residential conveyancing calculator or contact us to speak to a member of our team.
What is residential conveyancing?
Residential conveyancing is the transfer of legal ownership of a residential property from one person to another. Buying or selling a house can be a relatively straightforward process, but often there will be more complicated factors involved and we would always recommend seeking advice from a specialist conveyancer as early as possible. Our conveyancing lawyers can advise on a range of matters including:
- Leasehold and Freehold transactions
- Help to Buy Mortgages, Help to Buy ISAs and Lifetime ISAs
- Shared Ownership
- Right to Buy
- New Builds
- Retirement Homes
- Probate / Power of Attorney Sales
- First Time Buyers
- Preparation of Auction Pack
We’re here to help
Your matter will be handled by a designated conveyancing lawyer who will support your transaction from start to finish and keep you informed throughout the process, although the whole team will have knowledge of your case and will be happy to assist.
We will make sure that you have all the relevant paperwork for your purchase or sale, deal with any questions about the property, draw up the necessary legal agreements and negotiate a date for the transaction to take place. We will also handle the transfer of the purchase funds and any stamp duty payments.
Cyndy delivered a great service and acted above and beyond any other conveyancing service I have received before.
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