Property Matters

We understand that one of the most important things in anyone’s life is their home. And whether you own a property or rent, we know that your home means much more to you than just bricks and mortar.

Whether you’re buying, selling, investing, letting, or simply searching for your dream home, there will be times when you need a property law expert to help everything run smoothly. And should you encounter problems with your property, having a knowledgeable property solicitor on your side is invaluable.

We provide a wide range of services to help safeguard your home or property investments. From tenancy agreements to advice on buying property at auction, we’re here to provide guidance and support whatever your circumstances may be.

With no hidden costs and a same day response promise, our friendly solicitors make property law straightforward and hassle free. We’ll explain all the processes clearly and answer any questions you may have.

If you’re facing a housing or property issue, contact us.

When you have decided to sell or buy a property, the last thing you need is a lot of complicated legal jargon to confuse you. Our residential property solicitors will keep you advised about developments in your transaction every step of the way, explaining the legalities to you in a plain and understandable manner.

It is important when moving house that you appoint a firm who have a thorough knowledge of the conveyancing process. We have many years experience, and will fully advise you of any pitfalls which may arise during your transaction to ensure that you do not encounter any problems on completion.

We can advise you on:

  • Transfers of Equity
  • Re-Mortgages
  • Deeds of Gift
  • Part-Exchanges
  • Sales and Purchases Including Right to Buy and Compulsory Purchase
  • Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements
  • Equity Release

If you have a problem with a neighbour regarding any aspect of your property, we can advise and assist you.
We offer a friendly, professional service, and we can guarantee that one person will deal with your transaction from your initial instructions to completion of your purchase rather than you being passed along a so called ‘conveyancing conveyor belt’.