Conveyancing & Property

Conveyancing & property solicitors in Buckley & Shotton

Rely on our conveyancing solicitors in Buckley and Shotton to make the process of buying or selling property as smooth and easy as possible.

It might be helping you secure your dream home. It could be a freehold or leasehold property. Or any aspect of acquiring commercial property.

In every case, our friendly and highly experienced conveyancers give you all the support and advice you need.

You don’t have to wait until you have agreed to buy or sell to obtain some preliminary free advice.

To discuss any of our services, please either call us on 01244 917 822 or complete a Free Online Enquiry.

“We were quite happy with the service you provided. With being local, we were able to visit whenever necessary, which we appreciate, and all phone calls were dealt with by yourselves in a friendly and helpful manner.”

(Mr & Mrs V – Property transaction)

What is conveyancing?

Conveyancing involves transferring the legal title of a property from a seller to a buyer. Like any legal process, there are several stages that must be completed.

While you can technically buy or sell a property without a solicitor or conveyancer, many lenders won’t approve a mortgage without one. As you might expect, it’s also a risky thing to do if you’re not a property law expert yourself.

The two most important phases are the exchange of contracts and completion. But the conveyancing services we provide can include a large number of other vital processes, including:

  • Surveys and property checks – for things like Energy Performance Certificates and building regulations approval.
  • Land Registry checks – to confirm exactly what can and is being included in the sale.
  • Contract creation – necessary for transferring ownership from buyer to seller.
  • Money transfers – either receiving money from your buyer or transferring money to the seller after contracts are signed.
  • Expert advice – on everything from acquiring licensed premises to commercial property to secured lending and almost anything in between.

Freehold and leasehold conveyancing services

Freehold and leasehold are two important terms to understand when it comes to conveyancing services. In a freehold, you own the land and everything on it. In a leasehold, you own the property but not the land it sits on.

A leasehold also runs out. When it does, you have to pay the freeholder to add extra years onto the lease and there may be other costs in the meantime. It’s also possible to have a share of a freehold as a group of leaseholders.

No matter which type of property you want to purchase or sell, our conveyancing solicitors will help you break down the legal jargon and keep in constant contact with you throughout the process so you know where you are at all times.

Our conveyancing team

  • Helpful and supportive – trust our friendly and approachable team to guide you through the conveyancing process.
  • Law Society-accredited – rely on the expertise of a practice that was the first in North Wales to achieve the coveted Law Society LEXCEL accreditation.
  • Provide free initial advice – find out more before you decide to use us with no cost or commitment.

Get in touch today.

To discuss any of our services, please either call us on 01244 917 822 or complete a Free Online Enquiry.