Personal and professional residential property conveyancing services to help the house buying or selling process run as smoothly as possible
Buying or selling property is a complex process, but our experienced residential property team will help to ensure that everything goes smoothly. We have extensive knowledge of the Leicestershire and East Midlands market and are accredited under the Law Society Conveyancing Scheme.
Our team is experienced in handling deals of all sizes, including sales of high-end properties, and we have particular expertise in leasehold matters.
We also have an extensive network of professional contacts we can link you to for any help with financial planning.
Our approach to residential property conveyancing is personal and professional – we will assign one of our experienced conveyancers to give you dedicated guidance throughout the house buying or selling process. We will also make sure you can always speak to a member of our fully qualified team who is familiar with your case.
Our residential property services
Our specialist team has expertise in:
- Transfers of equity
- Probate conveyancing and court of protection
- Matrimonial conveyancing
- Joint tenancies
- Freeholds/leaseholds involving both registered and unregistered titles
- Help to Buy
- New builds
- Complex conveyancing transactions
Bray and Bray is an accredited member of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme which guarantees high levels of service. So you can rest assured that you are in safe hands with our residential property team.
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