Are you in the process of buying or selling a property? At our conveyancing service, we understand that property transactions can be both exciting and challenging. That’s why we’re here to offer you expert guidance and support tailored to your needs and schedule.
Why Choose Us?
Our experienced team of property and conveyancing solicitors is committed to your success. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, an experienced property investor, or looking to release equity, our experts are ready to assist you every step of the way. Here’s what sets us apart:
We work on your timetable, not our own. Your goals and deadlines are our priority.
Our substantial team of residential property lawyers provides both local and national expertise. We handle all types of property transactions and real estate litigation, including sale and purchase, remortgages, transfers by way of gift, residential lettings, joint ownership advice, Trust Deed preparation, and property dispute resolution.
We hold the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) accreditation, a mark of excellence in home-buying. Our commitment to quality and professionalism is reflected in our services.
Our clients speak for us through their glowing Google and Yell reviews. Your satisfaction is our measure of success.
What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one entity to another. It involves various legal activities, including property searches, contract drafting, and the secure exchange of funds.
The duration of a property transaction can vary depending on its complexity and the number of parties involved. Rest assured, we will provide you with a personalised estimate once we’ve assessed your unique circumstances.
Why Choose a Conveyancing Solicitor?
Property transactions come with intricate legal requirements. By engaging our services, you ensure that your transaction proceeds smoothly, legally, and successfully, with all regulatory obligations met.
Commercial Property Transactions
We offer comprehensive legal advice and support for both residential and commercial property transactions. No matter your property type, we’ve got you covered.
Should any disputes arise during your property transaction, our specialist property dispute team is ready to provide expert guidance and support. We handle various property-related disputes, including boundary disputes and landlord-tenant conflicts.
Are you in need of fast, efficient, and reliable conveyancing services? Contact us today to get started on your property journey. Our team is here to make your property transactions seamless and stress-free.
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The usual stages of a residential purchase and sale are summarised below.
Buying a home
Establishing a chain
We first help establish that the chain of transactions is complete and will let you know how far the chain extends and make sure that all parties appear to be ready to proceed before you instruct us to undertake any work. This helps ensure that you avoid any unnecessary expense.
The seller’s solicitor will send us a contract which includes details of the Sellers ownership of the property (known as “title”) and any other relevant documents for the property you are purchasing. We examine the contract to ensure that it agrees with your instructions and does not contain any unacceptable provisions. We check the title documents to confirm that the seller has the right to sell the property and send any enquiries to the seller’s solicitor and carry out any necessary searches. We will report to you on the documentation received and discuss with you any areas of concern.
Exchange of contracts
Once we have satisfactory responses to our enquiries and searches, the contract can be approved. You will need to ensure you have obtained any necessary mortgage at this stage. Contracts can then be formally exchanged so that all the parties involved in the chain are committed to complete their transactions on an agreed date.
After exchange, we make any final searches and prepare any relevant documents for you to sign. We request the mortgage funds and let you know if we need any balance to complete the purchase. On the completion date, we transfer the purchase money to the bank of the seller’s solicitor, using our own secure electronic payment terminal. After completion we deal with any stamp duty land tax requirements and register your ownership (and any mortgage) at the Land Registry before sending the deeds to your lender who retains them for the duration of the mortgage. If you have no mortgage, you may choose to store them, free of charge, in our security vault.
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Selling a home
Once a buyer has been found we prepare a contract which we send to your buyer’s solicitor and deal with any subsequent enquiries and obtain your detailed instructions as necessary.
Exchange and Completion
We arrange the exchange of contracts and deal with any requisitions raised by the buyer’s solicitors. we approve the transfer document, arrange to redeem any current mortgage you have and account to you for any balance due.
This is a brief summary of the work we carry out on your behalf. If you would like to know more, we would be happy to explain any of the stages in more detail.
Located in the heart of London and Essex
Paul Robinson Solicitors is a thriving independent law firm committed to providing exceptional service to clients nationwide, with offices situated throughout London and Essex.
Established in 1983, the firm has steadily expanded over the past 35 years, offering an extensive range of legal services to both personal and commercial clients. The team of highly experienced and skilled solicitors specialises in various fields and is dedicated to providing an outstanding level of service to achieve positive outcomes for their clients. The firm’s cutting-edge technology and efficient systems, together with its support and managerial staff, ensure maximum efficiency, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness.