Residential Conveyancing

At Farani Taylor solicitors, our experienced team of residential conveyancing solicitors is here to guarantee that your property transaction runs smoothly and efficiently. Whether you are buying or selling a property or have any other property requirements, you can be sure our team of experts can support you every step of the way.

What is residential conveyancing?

Residential conveyancing is the legal process of buying or selling a home or property. Experienced residential conveyancing solicitors are often required to aid this process because the legalities of property purchasing and selling can be complex. A residential conveyancing solicitor will have the specialist knowledge required to enable your property transaction to be carried out professionally and securely. 

If you have any issues regarding the transfer of residential property or general property inquiries, please speak to our residential conveyancing solicitors today for a no-obligation chat on 0207 242 1666.

How our residential conveyancing solicitors could help?

When you instruct our solicitors to act on your house move, a case manager will be allocated to you and will work in direct contact with all people involved in your case to ensure things run smoothly. Our dedicated specialists will be more than happy to discuss your property transaction, enabling you to be fully aware of every facet of the process.

Whether you are a first-time buyer, a property investor, or simply need advice on shared ownership or a move, our residential conveyancing solicitors will be able to advise you on your circumstances, keeping you up to date with the exact stage of your sale or purchase. 

What services do we provide?

Alongside the emotional angst of moving and the physical shifting of all your personal goods, furniture, and belongings, the additional legal paperwork can add to the pressure of relocation.

An experienced team of residential conveyancing solicitors can eliminate that extra stress from you by dealing with the entire legal process.

At Farani Taylor, our residential conveyancing solicitors specialize in all aspects of property law. Our attitude is one of proactiveness, openness, and planning. With our swift and professional manner, intrinsically linked with expertise and knowledge, the process moves smoothly, rapidly, and cost-effectively.

We believe that it is important to build a strong working relationship with our clients. This helps us understand your needs, requirements, and objectives better so that we can support you in achieving them.

Our solicitors have experience in all fields and areas of residential conveyancing. This enables us to offer you quality advice on all matters such as:

  1. Purchase and sale of leasehold and freehold properties
  2. Equity transfer
  3. Leasehold agreements
  4. Buy to Let mortgages
  5. Re-mortgages
  6. New building sales
  7. Scheme purchases
  8. Shared ownership property transfer

Our mission is to make the process of transferring property hassle-free and convenient for you. We have ample experience in handling both simple and complex disputes and negotiations to get the best outcome for both parties. You can have absolute confidence in the abilities of our residential conveyancing solicitors to detail your requirements to the other party.

We try to provide innovative solutions to disputes that might arise during the conveyancing process. Our expertise also extends to commercial property should you require any advice surrounding this.  

What is involved in the residential conveyancing purchase and sales process?

At Farani Taylor, our highly experienced conveyancing solicitors will ensure your property transaction is perfectly executed, saving you time, expense and worry. 

Our residential conveyancing solicitors will support you through a range of services, delivering quality and expertise with every transaction.

The sales process can be an overwhelming matter, particularly for first-time buyers but our solicitors will talk you through every facet of the process, ensuring that you are fully aware of every stage. A typical residential conveyancing process will follow the below stages.

  • Offer accepted 
  • Information pertaining to title deeds and redemption fees will be gathered.
  • Information is then provided to the buyer to examine. At this stage, if you have any questions before the contract is carried out, you should raise them.
  • Conveyancing searches are carried out
  • If you and your solicitor are satisfied with the findings, contracts will be signed.
  • A completion date is given upon agreement with each party
  • Completion forms are provided to the buying party’s solicitors and signed
  • Funds are obtained from the buyer’s mortgage provider
  • Once these stages are completed your solicitor will ensure all checks and finalisations are made and keys can now be exchanged

The sales process for property transactions is very similar. If you would like further details on what’s involved when selling your property, please get in touch with our team of experts, who will be happy to detail your requirements for you. 

This is not a comprehensive description of the process but merely a brief overview. Every sales or purchase process is different and you should seek expert legal advice from a knowledgeable, residential conveyancing solicitor to provide further details for your circumstances.

How long will the conveyancing take

The process for conveyancing can unfortunately not be accurately predicted. There are many variants that can impact the process from the length of the chain, transaction type, and of course the speed of other parties involved with the transaction. Usually, a straightforward transaction should take between 8-12 weeks for completion from the date of instructing a residential conveyancing solicitor. For an auction-bought property, the completion must be carried out within 28 days of an agreed fixed date.

How much does residential conveyancing cost 

At Farani Taylor we pride ourselves on offering competitively priced rates of service

Our fees are based on average house prices and will vary depending upon the property price. There is no exact cost that you can expect to pay for purchasing or selling a home, Unfortunately, every circumstance is different and requires more or less legal input. On average the legal fees associated with a property purchase are around £850, with property sales legal fees starting at around £850. If you would like to find out more about what associated fees you can expect from your property transaction, please contact our team who will be happy to provide you with a bespoke quote for your circumstances. We also offer a fixed fee service on properties exceeding a certain value. Please contact our residential conveyancing team in London on 0207 242 1666 for more details regarding this.

The process to instruct us for conveyancing

Your property case will be handled by one of our qualified residential conveyancing solicitors in the UK. Your solicitor will listen to your objectives, identifying your needs as our client, and will maintain communication with you throughout the entire process, ensuring full transparency throughout. 

Our goal is to cultivate excellent working relationships with our clients, built on mutual respect and understanding, whilst maintaining excellent customer care throughout. 

We will offer full disclosure of costs up front and will ensure you are involved with all decision-making. We will never act on your behalf before discussions have taken place with you first. 

Investing in the UK or relocating to the UK

Farani Taylor residential property solicitors hold a wealth of experience and knowledge in working with and on behalf of foreign nationals. We have had extensive involvement with foreign nationals relocating to the UK or investing in property here and pride ourselves on working closely with our multidisciplinary team to deliver a full service to our clients. 

Advice from Our Residential Conveyancing Solicitors

We would always suggest an initial consultation with a residential conveyancing solicitor before going ahead with any transactions. A solicitor who specialises in property transactions will be able to identify potential issues with properties and transactions, as well as providing you with the knowledge of how best to proceed with your property endeavors. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation and would be happy to go through your circumstances with you to help keep things ‘moving’. 

 

Farani Taylor Solicitors is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority

Find the most suitable, London based Residential Conveyancing Solicitors near you

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Can paralegal do conveyancing?
Open Can paralegal do conveyancing?

Paralegals are able to perform most duties a solicitor can, except for some reserved activities which are still the monopoly of solicitors. For example, a paralegal cannot perform conveyancing transactions unless they are a licensed conveyancer or solicitor.

Can I do my own conveyancing?
Open Can I do my own conveyancing?

You can of course complete your own conveyancing, however, it is always useful to at least receive some free legal advice from an expert. Property law is complex and without the correct legal understanding and experience, it can be a seemingly never-ending process attempting to understand the legal jargon and legislation in place. Please bear in mind the only costs you will lose by doing it yourself are solicitors fees, you will still have to pay for all land searches and stamp duties, etc. Whilst this might seem like a cost-effective option, be mindful that incorrect applications, searches, and fees can soon mount up, and more often than not, it’s more advisable and cost-effective to seek the help of an expert from the very beginning. 

If you have any issues regarding the transfer of residential property or general property inquiries, please speak to our residential conveyancing solicitors in London today for a no-obligation chat on 0207 242 1666.

Is it better to use a solicitor for conveyancing?
Open Is it better to use a solicitor for conveyancing?

In our opinion it is advantageous to use a solicitor and here is why: 

A solicitor can help identify any potential issues with your residential property transactions and can also provide you with expert legal knowledge to ensure your transaction runs smoothly. We have several offices based nationally and internationally and are able to travel if required by the client. We also offer a free consultation so you can discuss with us your circumstances and we can inform you of your options.

What conveyancing searches do I require?
Open What conveyancing searches do I require?

Usually, a flood risk assessment, local council search, and environmental searches are a great starting point for your conveyancing searches. You may require further searches but a residential conveyancing solicitor will support you with this, detailing everything you’ll require for a successful property transaction.

What is a notice fee conveyancing?
Open What is a notice fee conveyancing?

When a landlord or management agency is involved with a property purchase there will be a charge for administration ( notice-fee) to amend their records, noting you as the new property owner.