Residential Property Conveyancing

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At William-Scholeslawfirm, we have a team of experienced residential conveyancing solicitors who are here to ease you through any property transaction quickly and smoothly.

Client care is a key principle of ours and we strive to provide an outstanding level of service to our clients. Our residential conveyancing teams based at our Newcastle and Wallsend offices, receive praise from clients for the work they have carried out: “Hay & Kilner offered me upfront, honest advice from day one. Buying a house can be stressful but it was great to know there was someone there to act in my best interests.”

We help right from the beginning, from arranging your survey, all the way through to completion, with free storage of your deeds and documents post-completion. Further details about the residential conveyancing team can be found by clicking on their names underneath their profile pictures on the right.

Our case management system allows us to provide an efficient and professional service, at an economic rate. We hold the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) accreditation – a mark of excellence for the home buying process.

What you can expect from us:

  • A team of experienced conveyancers you can contact directly and who you can speak to about any aspect of your transaction
  • An efficient, friendly and high quality service
  • A clear explanation of all of the steps in the process
  • Competitive costs clearly set out up front with no hidden extras
  • We will keep you informed of progress at each stage of the transaction

We help right from the beginning, from arranging your survey, all the way through to completion, with free storage of your deeds and documents post-completion.

WHAT PROPERTY CONVEYANCING SERVICES DO YOU PROVIDE?

Our experienced residential conveyancing team can help you with a range of property and mortgage related matters, including:

  • Freehold and leasehold property sales and purchases
  • Mortgages, Remortgaging and Equity Release
  • Lease extension, enfranchisement and collective enfranchisement
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Shared Ownership
  • Transfers / Deed of Gift
  • Buy to Let
  • Right to Buy
  • Purchase of new-build property
  • New build plot purchases and sales
  • Auction Properties
  • Help to Buy schemes
  • Investor/portfolio purchases and sales
  • First Registration of unregistered land

If you require assistance on any of the above, or would like further information, please contact a member of our residential conveyancing team by sending us a message on our “contact us” page or have a live chat with one of our legal assistants who will help you with all your inquiries.

A typical conveyancing transaction (sale or purchase) takes on average 8 to 12 weeks to complete. The time taken is dependent on a number of factors, many of which are not in our control, such as obtaining search results, arranging the survey and/or mortgage and the pace of the other parties involved in the transaction.