Moving house or apartment can be a complicated process. Just as importantly, the sale or purchase of a home is a personal experience. With so much invested in a home move – both financially and emotionally – it is no wonder that stress levels can rise. At Beswicks Legal, our experienced residential property conveyancing solicitors remove the headache; making sure your move is a positive affair for you and your family.
Wherever you are on the housing ladder, our friendly, efficient and down to earth approach helps you move on to the next stage of your property journey quickly and efficiently.
When you work with us, we keep you up-to-date from start to finish, so you always know what to expect. No nasty surprises, no swamping you in unnecessary paperwork, just the very best legal advice delivered in plain English.
Our residential property conveyancing team can help you with:
Located in the heart of the UK, we understand the constantly evolving national and regional property markets and offer a highly personalised, value-for-money service.
If you would like to find out more about how our residential conveyancing solicitors can help you, contact us today for advice tailored to your needs and situation.
With extensive experience helping our clients through this important stage in their lives, from start to completion, we make sure your move runs as efficiently and as smoothly as possible.
Removing the burden of dealing with the other parties involved, we allow you to focus on the necessities when moving home. Necessities, such as figuring out your commute, enrolling children in a new school and shopping for furnishings.
If you are relocating in the UK or overseas we can help you with the conveyancing of your property in England or Wales.
If you have a leasehold property with less than 80 years remaining, extending the period of your lease is likely to increase the value of your property and make it easier to sell.
With leasehold ownership common across England and Wales, our specialist residential conveyancing solicitors can help guide you through the legalities of both individual lease extensions and collective enfranchisement.
Transfer of equity takes place where part-ownership of a property changes, but one or more of the original owners remain. For example, where a couple decides to separate, and one person wants to stay at the property. Transfer of equity may also form part of a tax planning scheme, where a share of the family home is transferred to a family member.
At Beswicks Legal, we help ensure that any such transfers happen as smoothly as possible, protecting your rights and making sure you understand the options available to you.
If you would like to secure a financial charge against your home, we can handle the legal aspects of this process. Sometimes mortgage lenders will want you to use their nominated conveyancers for the legal work but please note in those circumstances the conveyancers only act for your mortgage lender and not you too.