Moving home can be exciting for you, but it can also be stressful, confusing and complicated. This is something that our team of housing solicitors in Beverley, Lincoln, Alford, Horncastle, Grimsby and Louth are well aware of. This is why our whole process has been organised and simplified to give you one thing less to worry about.
Our step-by-step approach makes any legal requirement and red tape of mortgage procedures far easier to follow and understand. Whilst our expert conveyancing solicitors apply their knowledge and allocate the best advice, our Client Connect service allows you to track your case online at all times, making the entire process flow from start to finish.
Selling Your Property
Once a buyer has been found, your solicitor will prepare a contract to go to your buyer, which will include a property information form.
If you are engaging your solicitor to undertake your sale and purchase, then once you have found a property to buy and made an offer, you will need to contact your solicitor who will obtain the contract from the seller’s solicitor and effect searches if necessary.
If you are a first time buyer, then before viewing properties, it is advisable to visit your bank or financial advisor to obtain a mortgage certificate to find out how much you can borrow. Once you have found a property to buy, contact our property solicitors and we will guide you through the legal process.
The Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme
We are members of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), which provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Since inception in 2011, the CQS has created a trusted community which has helped year on year to deter fraud and continually improve standards across the residential conveyancing sector.
The buying and selling of a home is usually the largest transaction that most people undertake in their lives. By being a member of CQS, you can be assured that our moving house solicitors have the necessary skills and expertise to provide residential conveyancing advice, and will provide all the information you need to understand the process, options, costs and timescales.
The Conveyancing Association
We are also members of the Conveyancing Association - the leading trade body for the conveyancing industry.