Our Residential Property team is a dedicated team of over 50 experts across all of our office locations in the UK.
They provide a specialist service to clients who are looking to sell or buy their own home or are looking to invest in residential properties and begin or expand their existing property portfolio.
Residential Conveyancing Expertise
We have expertise in all types of residential property transactions. Our residential property solicitors can help you with:
Selling and buying properties and land (whether freehold or leasehold, with both, registered or unregistered land)
Lease extensions, lease variations and buying freehold
Remortgaging and refinancing of property portfolio
Preparing Deeds which grant/reserve rights of way, access rights, drainage rights & wayleave agreements
Property transfers/Deeds of gift
How We Work With You
We understand that buying or selling a house and moving home can be very stressful and we will be here to help and make the journey as straightforward as possible. Our residential conveyancing team is made up of partners, solicitors and real estate experts who will be able to guide you through this.
We work with a range of clients, varying from those buying or selling for the first time, to international clients who have been working with our residential conveyancing solicitors for years. During all residential conveyancing matters, our aim is to keep the communication open and to alleviate any stress and confusion from our clients.
How the residential conveyancing legal process works
Not everyone is aware of how the process of engaging residential conveyancing solicitors works, so we’ve provided an overview below to give you some peace of mind:
To request a free no-obligation consultation fill out our contact us form by using the 'Get Started' button below or alternatively you can call us on 0330 024 0333. Once you’ve submitted the contact form, a member of our team will call you back to discuss your enquiry.
You’ll then receive a free 15-minute no-obligation consultation within 24 hours via Zoom or telephone to discuss your conveyancing matter.
Should you then decide that you wish to use our services, you’ll receive a breakdown of all our costs and a pack of on-boarding documents. We will work closely alongside you to ensure that whichever conveyancing service you need we are here to support you.
Call us today: 0330 024 0333
Why choose Shakespeare Martineau?
We ensure that our experienced residential property solicitors have an intimate understanding of all residential conveyancing processes ensuring the process is as quick and hassle-free as possible.
We make sure that you have a single point of contact as early on as possible so that you can discuss your conveyancing case and get regular updates as seamlessly as possible.
Timeframes & Costs
When looking for suitable legal support, there are often time constraints and deadlines that are important. This is one of, if not the, most important factor for our residential conveyancing clients. Once you have been assigned a residential conveyancing solicitor you will receive a clear timeline of what you should expect and what our residential property solicitor is working towards.
With our expertise in all conveyancing transactions, we are able to pre warn you of any potential obstacles that may arise, as well as planning ahead to combat these. We will give you an estimated completion date for your conveyancing transaction as early on as possible.
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