Buying a house can be a very exciting time. A new sense of independence for a first-time buyer, or a fresh start for anyone moving to a new home. However, some people can be put off – unsure where to start with the whole lengthy process.
The selling process includes with viewings, making offers, arranging a mortgage, as well as appointing a solicitor and surveyor. For some, this can turn an exciting time into a stressful one if you don’t have the right assistance. At St Helens Law, we are here to help and we’re going to start by telling you more about the residential conveying service we provide.
What is residential conveyancing?
Residential conveyancing is the legal process that you have to go through when purchasing or selling a house. This procedure is crucial in ensuring that the home is fit for purpose for the next owner. Or, if this is not the case, that the new owners have knowledge of any problems before they sign agreements.
This is important for future liability, but it can be difficult to understand if not working in the field yourself. For that reason, most people appoint a solicitor to act on their behalf during a house sale or purchase. Our property conveyancing in St Helens is with you every step of this journey, making the process as seamless – and stress free – as possible.
How St Helens Law can help you
We want you to feel as relaxed and confident as possible in buying your potential dream house or selling a property. Our experienced team of experts understand that you want your big purchase or sale to run as smoothly as possible – and that you don’t want to spend the next 6 months chasing updates on the phone! To keep you informed at all times we operate a text and email system, ensuring you are constantly in the loop.
Our conveyancing solicitors in St Helens don’t believe in any “hidden extras”, which could cause extra stress further down the line. With this in mind, we aim to be as upfront and transparent as possible. We will send you an initial quote estimating what you can expect to paying on a simple property transaction then – as we can’t guarantee there will be no unexpected work further down the line – we promise never to proceed without discussing any extra costs that arise with you.
If you would like to request a free consultation, then you can fill out our enquiry form and we will aim to get back to you inside 48 hours.
If you would like to read more about how our house conveyancing in St Helens applies to the buying and selling of property, re-mortgaging or equity release then take a look another of our recent blogs. Do you still have a question on residential conveyancing? Please contact our team at St Helens Law. We are available via telephone on 01744 742360 or you can email us here at email@example.com and we’ll be sure to reply to you as soon as we can.