Swiftly steering you through the process of buying or selling your home
BUYING & SELLING A HOME
GUIDES & RESOURCES
A guide to buying your first home
Buying or selling a home can be a stressful time for anyone. Our expert team of conveyancers in Leicestershire has all the experience needed to steer a whole range of property deals through to a successful and timely completion.
Supporting you through the process
We appreciate that you might feel overwhelmed during the process of buying or selling a home. From offer to moving day, our fully qualified team will support you at all stages with clear explanations, good communication and swift responses. We offer a personal service with face-to-face meetings if you prefer – we have offices in Leicester, Hinckley, Market Harborough and Corby.
We will always aim to complete your property sale or purchase as quickly as possible and will do our very best to accommodate your preferred timescales wherever possible.
Our legal services for buying or selling your home
Our residential property team is here to support you at every stage of the home buying or selling process. Our services include:
- Drafting the contract
- Liaising with your mortgage lender
- Helping to deal with enquiries from your buyers or their solicitor
- Communicating with your buyers’ estate agent
- Approving the land registry transfer
- Regularly communicating with you and answering any queries
To speak with one of our specialist residential conveyancers, please call 0116 204 5334 or alternatively you can click the contact us button and email your enquiry using the contact form.
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