Residential Real Estate
In law, conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, or the granting of a mortgage.
A typical conveyancing transaction contains two major landmarks: the exchange of contracts (whereby equitable title passes) and completion (whereby legal title passes). Conveyancing occurs in three stages: before contract, before completion and after completion.
So, the sooner someone instructs their solicitor the better. While many may try to be your adviser, only your solicitor is truly independent – putting your interests first. Cost can be a worry too but we can give you a written quotation at the outset to help you budget.
A buyer of real property must ensure that he or she obtains a good and marketable ‘title’ to the land; i.e., that the seller is the owner, has the right to sell the property, and there is no factor which would impede a mortgage or re-sale.
As with all departments, Stanmore Law Practice is able to field staff in residential real estate with many years experience that can help steer investor and private clients alike through the minefield of residential property conveyancing.
If you want to have an informal discussion about buying or selling a home, call us on +44 (0)20 8420 7950 and speak to one of our advisors or Email firstname.lastname@example.org