The Beginners 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 to lean on professionals that you can trust, which you can find right here with our established team. So, What Is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing is known as the official legal transfer of one property and its owner to the next property owner. With the process including gaining the necessary title deeds and all of the administrative work needed to purchase the house, it really pays to work with experienced conveyancers when you enter the challenging property market.
Why Do I Need Conveyancing?
All homeowners or first-time buyers will understand that buying a property is one of the most important procedures you will go through in a lifetime and often the most expensive. With a lot of importance based on the matter and a lot of responsibility, it really pays to get every step right along the journey so that you can relax in your new property with ease and without being out of pocket.
While you may carry out surveys at your new home and work with surveyors, a conveyancer will take care of other areas you may not have initially thought of. Conveyancers will take care of your leaseholds, electricity rights, land rights, access to services, restrictions in place and will check the local area for any other concerns with your potential new property.
In order to move forward with your property transaction, working with a professional conveyancer is a must. What Is Residential Conveyancing?
As you would imagine,
residential conveyancing is the process of selling and buying a home. As registered conveyancers, we work with homes on all sizes for both sellers and buyers and also act as solicitors in the process of a property transaction.
Our residential conveyancing services are here to provide our clients with the right legal advice on all manners of selling and buying properties. Making sure all transactions are as smooth and as efficient as possible, we keep all of our clients up to date throughout every step on the property market. Turn to us for advice with:
Re-mortgaging Landlord services Equity releases Transferring any property to a share Buying or selling a property Auction properties First registrations
What Is Commercial Conveyancing?
The commercial aspect of conveyancing involves the buying and selling process behind a property that will be used in the
commercial industry. All of the same steps are followed and clients are given the utmost respect throughout the journey with some previous projects including offices, retail and warehouse spaces. What Are The Benefits of Using Local Conveyancing Solicitors?
As we have stated in the section of what your conveyancers do, it really benefits you if you work with local Oxford conveyancing solicitors. If you have just had an offer accepted on your dream home and you are looking to move forward quickly and smoothly, there is no other option than to work with someone in the area, who knows exactly what you need to know about the property market in the area of Oxford.
You get to benefit from lots of perks such as personal touches, local knowledge, accessibility and fraud prevention as well as gain quick access to everything you could need.
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:
Liaising with the property seller’s solicitor on all legal matters and reporting back to your Obtaining your mortgage offer for legal references Searching the local authority in relation to your property Arranging completion dates and the time frame we expect the services to be complete in Arrange tax returns, stamp duty, transfer deeds and mortgage payments advances All other legal tendencies that need taking care of
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.