Our Guide To Conveyancing Understanding the role of a conveyancer can really support your journey with Challenor Gardiner Solicitors. When it comes to buying your home or any other property you will need the help of professionals that you can trust, which you can find right here with our experienced team.
What Is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing concerns the legal transfer (or conveyance) of a property by its legal owner, the seller, to a buyer and the preparation of all the necessary documents to give the sale legal effect .
Conveyancing involves investigation of the legal title by the buyer's conveyancer, enquiries of the seller about the property being sold, local authority and water searches to find out what restrictions or charges may affect the property and to ensure that it is legally transfered to the buyer on completion when the title is transferred, the purchase price is paid and that the buyers' legal title is registered at the Land Registry.
Why You Should Instruct Challenor Gardiner On Your Sale or Purchase
As this is probably going to be the most important transaction of your life it pays to instruct an experienced conveyancer to do the legal work. At Challenor Gardiner, our residential conveyancing solicitors have many years' experience acting for clients buying and selling property and also acting for their lenders in the transaction.
Not only that, we have been accredited specialists under The Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) since 2013 and have to meet the schemes stringent quality standards.
We also have the Law Society's quality mark Lexcel accreditation and we offer excellent client service, cost efficiency and minimum risks and work to the highest standards.
We are committed to delivering the best client service and make sure that we understand and deliver what you expect.
We aim to deliver a personal and friendly service where your chosen solicitor will handle your transaction from start to finish and will meet with you to go through the paperwork and sign the necessary legal documents.
What Is Residential Conveyancing?
services are able to provide our clients with the right legal advice on all manners of property transactions selling and buying freehold and leasehold properties. We endeavour to ensure all transactions proceed as smoothly and as efficiently as possible, keeping our clients up to date at every stage in the transaction. We can act for you on the following types of property transactions: residential conveyancing Buying or Selling Freehold and Leasehold Equity release Transfers of Equity Re-mortgaging Auctions Buy-to-Let Shared Ownership First registrations Leasehold Enfranchisement
What Is Commercial Conveyancing?
aspect of conveyancing involves the buying and selling businesses or premises, including shops, offices and commercial units. We also act on granting new business leases and on renewals and advising business landlords and tenants. commercial
What Are The Benefits of Using Local Conveyancing Solicitors?
Challenor Gardiner is a long established Oxford firm of solicitors. We know about the property market in the area of Oxford and regularly deal with all the local estate agents. Our offices are based in the centre of Oxford, close to the train, coach and bus stations and most bus routes into Oxford.
What Will A Conveyancer Do?
Your conveyancer will carry out a number of duties and will take control of the complicated legal process. As qualified and experienced conveyancers we will take care of:
Corresponding with the buyer's or seller’s solicitor on the other side Acting for your lender, if we are on their panel Land Registry, local authority, water and all necessary searches Reporting to you on title and attending you to go through the contract papers in readiness for exchange Arranging for completion, reporting on title to your lender and raising or answering any requisitions on title Obtaining executed transfer and mortgage deeds and other documents for completion Organising mortgage funds and balance required to complete Repaying your mortgage from the sale proceeds Paying your SDLT and registering your purchase at the Land Registry
Get in Touch
To find out more or to enquire about our team working with you, call us on
01865 721 451. Being a local and established firm of solicitors and conveyancers, you can work with Challenor Gardiner today, so give us a call.