Whether you’re buying or selling a property, AWH have the specialist guidance to help you. Our conveyancing solicitors are specially trained to assist you throughout the process and can answer any possible questions you may have.
We can offer you specialist guidance with:
- Buying a Property
- Selling a Property
- Re-Mortgaging a Property
- Transfer of Equity
- First Registrations
- Registering Home Rights
- Buying a New Build
- Adverse Possession Claims
- The Right to Buy Scheme
Buying a Property
We can support you throughout the process of purchasing your new home, whether you are buying it with or without a mortgage and with or without the help of a government scheme, such as the ‘Right to Buy’ and ‘Help to Buy’ schemes that are currently available. Whether you are a first time buyer or a more experienced home owner, our conveyancing services are available to anyone on the property ladder. We can also assist with shared ownership of properties.
Selling a Property
If you are ready to sell property, then our property solicitors can help you throughout the property sales negotiation and transfer of legal property. This applies whether you are selling a property, buying a new property, or selling multiple properties.
Re-mortgaging a property
There are a number of benefits that come from re-mortgaging your property. It can help you to reduce the interest rate on your mortgage, secure your monthly payments against any potential rises in the future, help you raise money for other projects, or consolidate your debts. Regardless of the reasons that you are looking to re-mortgage, the process does not need to be lengthy or complex. Our conveyancing solicitors will provide a fast and reliable service.
The transfer of equity or deed of gift can be achieved easily with the right legal help. Whether you want to transfer all or part of your property’s equity, our conveyancing solicitors can help you.
Registering Home Rights
If you are going through a separation or divorce and you wish to register your Home Rights in order to temporarily remain living in the family home, then our solicitors can help you.
Registering currently unregistered property with HM Land Registry
If your property has not yet been registered with HM Land Registry, then we can help you through the ‘first registrations’ process.
Registering the title to your property has several benefits and provides you with stronger protections as a property owner.
Claiming adverse possession over registered and unregistered land
If you have been in adverse possession of registered or unregistered land for the minimum time period, our expert conveyancing team can help you to become the registered owner of that land.
Commercial conveyancing services
We can also offer our support and guidance with any commercial conveyancing needs. Our commercial conveyancing solicitors can assist with:
- commercial property sales and purchases
- statutory agreements and legal negotiations
This could be for a number of different types of building, including;
- retail and office buildings
- leisure buildings
- industrial buildings
Getting started with AWH
At AWH we offer quality guidance and support to all our clients. We can ensure that under any circumstance the conveyancing process will be straightforward. Our conveyancing solicitors are based in Blackburn and Manchester and can help clients across England and Wales.
To get started simply send us a message or request your free, no-obligation quote today. We will then get in touch with you to discuss your needs, our fees and our services in more detail.
What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the legal transfer of property from one owner to another. The exchange of contracts is the most important part.
How long does the conveyancing process take?
Every case is different, so it is difficult to give an exact timescale. Some can take around 10 weeks from beginning to end.
What are the conveyancing fees?
Conveyancing fees will largely depend on the type of legal work that you need help with. Contact us today for an informal chat and an outline of the costs that could be applicable to your case.
What is Stamp Duty and who has to pay it?
Stamp Duty is a tax that you might have to pay if you buy a residential property or a piece of land in England and Northern Ireland. If you’re buying your main property up until 31st March 2021, you will not have to pay Stamp Duty on properties that cost up to £500,000.
Starting the process couldn’t be more simple!
- Contact us Get in touch however suits you best and arrange a consulation with one of our solicitors
- Meet an expert You’ll meet the expert solicitor assigned to your case and discuss all the necessary details
- Authorise Once we’ve got all the details of your case and you’re happy to proceed, just give us the go-ahead
- We get to work It’s time for us to get to work! We’ll set up your file on our system and get to work right away
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