Property Solicitors in the West Midlands
Are you looking to buy or sell a house in the West Midlands? House hunting and moving home can both be exciting yet stressful processes.
If buying a new home, once you have found the one, you will need to deal with all of the legal aspects of the purchase. Purchasing a house is probably the biggest financial transaction that you will ever make, so it’s important that you have an experienced property purchase solicitor to guide you through the process.
If on the other side, you are looking to sell your property, you will need to find a property sales solicitor to help you with the legal side of things and make the whole process of selling quick and easy, so you can focus on finding your new home.
How can Jordans Solicitors help?
Based in Halesowen and Blackheath, we are one of the leading conveyancing solicitor’s firms in the UK, a high street solicitor serving the West Midlands. We have an experienced team who can take care of everything related to property and housing.
What does a conveyancing solicitor do?
Whether you’re buying a property or selling it, a conveyancing solicitor will be there to guide you through the whole process and complete the legal work to transfer the ownership of your chosen property.
The conveyancing work starts when the offer on the house has been accepted and ends when the new ownership has been registered at the Land Registry. This means you will need a conveyancer to start the legal work as soon as you have confirmation the offer has been accepted.
Your conveyancing solicitor will handle many legal aspects of the sale or purchase including the following:
Selling a Property
If you are looking to sell your property and get in touch with one of our property sales solicitors, we can handle all of the legal aspects of your house sale. These services include:
- Investigating the title of the property.
- Preparing all of the relevant legal documents.
- Writing and exchanging contracts.
- Sending payments to your Mortgage Lender to redeem your Mortgage.
Buying a Property
If you are interested in buying a new house, our solicitors can handle all the legal aspects of your house purchase including:
- Investigating the title of the property
- Carry out the required environmental and drainage searches for the property
- Check the mortgage offer if purchasing with a mortgage
- Writing and exchanging contracts
- Preparing all the relevant legal documents
- Register the change of ownership with the land registry
All of this may seem very complicated…but don't worry, our solicitors are experts in their field and they will strip out the legal jargon and we will take the stress out of buying or selling a house by handling all of the complicated legal aspects, so you can focus on settling into your new home and deciding how you want to renovate it.
How much do solicitors charge for conveyancing?
Conveyancing costs vary and depend on the value of the property you are buying or selling. To get an idea of how much it will cost for your project, get in touch with one of our solicitors for a free and no-obligation consultation.
The amount we quote you will include the cost of the conveyancer’s time, the fees for registering with the Land Registry and any searches we undertook. We don’t have any hidden extras.
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