Buying or selling a home is one of the most important steps in life you’ll ever take so for this reason, it’s important to choose a qualified professional to support you along the way. Why? Because the process of transferring property (otherwise known as conveyancing) is complex and full of potential legal problems. Not only should a quality conveyancing solicitor be proactively facilitating the process from start to finish, they will also be on hand for advice if any unexpected issues crop up along the way. Good service A client should know exactly what sort of service they can expect…Read more..
A house purchase is an incredibly important investment and after finding your dream home, the next step is to arrange for its transfer from the seller to you. Conversely, completing the sale of your current house for the purpose of purchasing another needs to be done swiftly. However, the process of transferring property – called conveyancing – is complicated, and it is recommended that you should enlist the services of a qualified and experienced legal practitioner. Our conveyancing solicitors in Solihull are experts, ensuring property transactions are conducted as smoothly and efficiently as possible. What does a conveyancing solicitor do?…Read more..
From releasing equity to consolidating debts, there are many reasons to remortgage a property. It can be an attractive option for those who want to reduce their monthly payments, although any potential savings should be outweighed against other fees including broker costs and legal bills. In fact, it is thought that around a third of all UK home loans are remortgages. Indeed, while it may not always be necessary to appoint a solicitor, there are times when it is advisable to seek guidance from a quality conveyancing expert. Is it always necessary to use a solicitor when remortgaging? If you…Read more..
If you want to purchase a property in the UK, you should be aware that there are two main types of home ownership - leasehold and freehold. Buyers should consider the advantages and disadvantages of either type before making an offer, as their decision may ultimately affect the price or indeed the value of an apartment or house if it is sold in the future. There are other factors to think about too. The potential for ongoing costs in the form of ground rent and maintenance fees as a leaseholder must also be taken into account. What is a leasehold…Read more..