Conveyancing solicitors help take care of the legal processes that are involved in the buying and selling of properties. Most lenders will require you to appoint a professional if you are taking out a mortgage on a house.
So, when do you need conveyancing solicitors?
Once you’ve had an offer formally accepted, you’ll need the services of these professionals. However, to be prepared for the sale, you should consult a company before this stage. You can discuss your situation, so they’re ready to be instructed. This will make the process much more efficient and stress-free.
Why Do You Need Conveyancing Solicitors?
These types of lawyers will take care of the legal processes that come with the buying and selling of a property. They are experienced in dealing with the relevant legal documents, which can be quite difficult to navigate on your own. As well as taking care of the official processes, they can negotiate on your behalf. They can also address any concerns or issues you may have. They’ll oversee and arrange everything that’s needed to complete the legal transfer, and keep you updated with what is going on.
Conveyancing solicitors will also conduct essential searches to ensure that there aren’t any issues before a transaction. This includes the Land Registry search. This looks at ownership, boundaries, charges, and much more. It also checks the local authority which the property belongs to, which looks at things like planning and building control. As well as these searches, a solicitor will also look at water authority and environmental searches.
What Else Can They Do?
As well as the sales and purchases of commercial and residential properties, conveyancing solicitors can also help with many other property-related issues. At Blackfriars Law, this can include transactions involving freehold and leasehold properties, purchasing through help-to-buy schemes, property transfers, leasehold extensions and remortgages. It can also extend to services like equity release, the gift and transfer of equity, and even tenancy agreements.
If you are interested in the sales and purchases of commercial properties, we can also help with possession proceedings, rent reviews and even planning and development. Whatever issues you might have, discuss it with our experienced conveyancing solicitors.
For Reliable Conveyancing Solicitors, Contact Blackfriars Law
If you’re looking for help with the legal process of buying or selling your property, we can help you. We offer our services for both residential and commercial properties and can support you through the legal matters that come with it.