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Residential Property Conveyancing

Expertly Guided Residential Property Transactions in England & Wales

The journey of buying or selling a home, while a significant milestone, can often be riddled with complexities. At 360 Law Services, our primary aim is to simplify residential conveyancing, making your property journey as smooth and straightforward as possible.  


Our seasoned solicitors, with their robust understanding of property law in England and Wales, are adept at facilitating quick transactions, preemptively addressing potential challenges, and ensuring your interests remain front and centre throughout the process.


Partner with us for an effortless, comprehensive conveyancing experience tailored to your individual needs. 

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    Our Residential Property Conveyancing Expertise

    Property Sale and Purchase

    Comprehensive management of all legal aspects from initial offer acceptance to final completion.

    Mortgages and Re-mortgaging

    Detailed guidance on the legal nuances of property financing, refinancing, and switching lenders.

    Leasehold and Freehold Matters

    Expert navigation through the complexities of different property types, ensuring complete clarity on rights and obligations.

    Property Transfers

    Assisting with the transfer of equity during significant life events such as marriage, divorce, or inheritance.

    Land Registry Affairs

    Accurate property details registration and adept resolution of any potential discrepancies.

    Rights of Way and Easements

    Comprehensive advice on property rights, from access issues to related disputes. 

    New Build Purchases

    Specialist expertise tailored to address the unique challenges associated with newly constructed properties.

    Shared Ownership and Help to Buy Schemes

    Comprehensive guidance on governmental schemes and joint ownership structures.

    Our Residential Property Conveyancing Team

    FAQs - Residential Property Conveyancing

    What does conveyancing mean in the context of residential property?

    Conveyancing refers to the legal process of transferring ownership of a property from one party to another. 

    How long does the conveyancing process typically take?

    Typically, conveyancing takes between 8-12 weeks in England & Wales, but various factors can influence this timeline.

    What are disbursements in conveyancing?

    Disbursements are additional costs in a property transaction, such as Land Registry fees, local search fees, and stamp duty land tax. 

    Why is a solicitor necessary for property transactions?

    A solicitor ensures that all legal aspects of the transaction are correctly addressed, safeguarding your interests and averting potential pitfalls. 

    Is it possible to complete conveyancing online?

    Some parts of the conveyancing process can be managed online, but direct communication with your solicitor is often advisable for crucial stages.

    How do freehold and leasehold properties differ?

    With freehold, you own the property and the land. With a leasehold, you own the property for a set period, not the land. 

    When should I involve a solicitor in my property purchase?

    It’s advisable to consult a solicitor early, ideally before making or accepting an offer, to ensure smooth legal proceedings. 

    How can I ensure the property I’m buying doesn’t have any legal issues?

    Comprehensive property searches and due diligence, conducted by your solicitor, will identify potential legal issues. 

    What's the role of a deposit in conveyancing?

    A deposit, typically a percentage of the property’s purchase price, is paid upon contract exchange, securing the buyer’s intent.

    What happens if my property transaction falls through?

    If a transaction doesn’t complete, reasons need to be addressed. Depending on your agreement, you may still need to pay for some services.

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