Residential Property

At Terrells LLP, we are experienced residential conveyancing solicitors, and our expert team are able to assist with all aspects of the purchase, sale and transfer of residential properties.

Our first-hand knowledge of properties in the area means that we are able to offer a fully bespoke and flexible service to ensure that your purchase, sale or transfer is completed thoroughly and efficiently.

Specialist Residential Conveyancing Solicitors

Whether you are looking to purchase, sell or transfer your home, invest in a buy to let property, remortgage or sell or purchase a Grade II listed building, we know that each scenario presents a unique set of challenges which require our support.

Our residential conveyancing support can help you in all of the following aspects:

The purchase and sale of residential property, including buy to let purchases.
Joint ownership, ownership transfer, partition of ownership and matrimonial transfers.
Rural property.
Freehold, leasehold and extensions of both.

Remortgaging and refinancing
Stamp duty land tax
Probate and auction sales
HM Land Registry applications

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Why Choose Us?

Our years of experience in the property sector means that we are able to offer our clients advice on all aspects of the sale and purchase of residential and buy-to-let property.

Your case will be thoroughly assessed to ensure we can meet your needs and expectations. As a firm, we are Lexcel accredited and members of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

Residential Property FAQs

Residential conveyancing refers to the formalities of purchasing or selling a home or buy-to-let property. This legal process transfers the contractual title of a property from the previous owner to the new one.

The entire conveyancing process whether residential or commercial, must be completed by a specialist property solicitor or a conveyancer.

You can expect to pay in the region of between £800-£2,000 for conveyancing. Leasehold properties, however, do take longer and are often more complex, therefore this is reflected in the higher costs.

The residential conveyancing process starts from the moment you make an offer on a property, or accept an offer for your home – until such a time when you receive or exchange the keys to the property.

Typically, conveyancing can take anywhere between 12 to 16 weeks, although this can vary depending on the complexity of the case and any delays along the way.

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