Moving house can be one of the most exciting times in life; however, it can also be one of the most daunting. With so many steps involved and jobs to take care of, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the process. Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned property professional, a helping hand from our property law specialists will see you moving with minimal fuss.
Why choose Redkite Solicitors?
For over one hundred years Redkite Solicitors have helped to buy and sell thousands of homes across England and Wales so, whether you’re buying your first home, investing in rental property, or selling your house, you can rely on our conveyancing team to keep the process smooth and straightforward from start to finish.
While our conveyancing team is well known for their specialist knowledge in residential property, we also believe in keeping things simple. Instead of bombarding you with legal jargon, we will provide clear, straightforward advice in plain English or Welsh, ensuring you know exactly what’s going on with your transaction throughout the process.
With each new development, we will be in touch to update you in any way that suits you: by telephone, email, or face-to-face. You’ll never have to chase us or take time out of your day to figure out what’s going on. We’ll do exactly what we say we’re going to do, allowing you to focus on packing up and planning ahead.
If you’re feeling nervous about beginning the conveyancing process, don’t be. Our dedicated residential property team are here for you, providing exceptional service at competitive rates. You can rely on us to efficiently tackle each stage of the conveyancing process, and we are always at hand to advise on:
- Freehold property
- Leasehold property
- Investment properties
- Holiday homes (in the UK)
- Equity release schemes
- Transfers on divorce
- Probate sales
- Tax planning
With you every step of the way
At Redkite Solicitors, we know how much homes mean to people, that’s why we strive to be available when you need us, every step of the way through your transaction. Our conveyancing team work tirelessly to help you through the process with ease and our aim is to take the stress out of moving for you, allowing you the peace of mind to start planning for your new home.
Accredited by the Law Society for our expertise in residential conveyancing, you can rest assured that your case will be in the hands of specialists. When you instruct a member of our professional, friendly team, you will receive a clear plan of what we will be doing, the estimated costs involved and a list of documents we will require from you. We like to keep our clients engaged in the process so we will regularly communicate with you at each stage of the transaction.
As a well-established high street firm with offices across Wales and Gloucester, our local knowledge is second to none. Questions on the local property market are welcome, and our experts will always advise with your best interests at heart.
Speak to one of our residential property solicitors about our prices; we always aim to provide excellent value for money, because we know it’s what our clients deserve.
What is conveyancing?
If you’re a first-time buyer, it’s likely that the word ‘conveyancing’ is new to you so, what exactly does it mean? The term ‘conveyancing’ refers to the legal work carried out in a property transaction. Following a buyer’s offer being accepted, both the seller and the buyer will instruct their respective solicitors to begin the process of conveyancing. There are various stages involved in this process which will differ depending on whether you are a buyer or a seller. Both sides will need to assess the others’ information carefully to ensure it is comprehensive and legal before a contract can be drawn up and exchanged.
During your initial appointment with one of our expert conveyancing teams, we will lay out exactly what work needs to be carried out and let you know what we need from you in order to move forward with your transaction. You can rely on us to provide clear and easy to digest information at every stage, keeping you in the loop from offer through to completion.
How long will the conveyancing process take?
Generally speaking, conveyancing should take between 10-15 weeks; however, the length of time can vary and will depend on a number of factors. For example, if you still need to arrange a mortgage and are experiencing complications, this could impact the overall time involved in conveyancing. A conveyancing “chain” can also slow the process down; when the buyer is waiting for the seller to evacuate their property, but the seller is waiting for another party to do the same so that they can move out.
The conveyancing process is more complex than many people assume, and usually involves a number of third parties. Through our vast experience within this area of law, we have come across pretty much every problem that may be thrown up, so we know how to deal with issues before they become harmful to the transaction.
Get in touch with one of our dedicated conveyancing solicitors today to see how we could help you through your property purchase or sale.