For most of us, buying or selling a property is one of the most significant financial transactions we will ever carry out, so it is vital to have the best possible guidance through all stages of the property transaction.
Our experienced team of conveyancing solicitors have the expertise needed to guide you through this process. Based out of Norfolk, these experts have gained a reputation for providing first-class legal services. We are accredited members of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme - a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices.
Our conveyancing solicitors can assist you with the following areas:
- Buy To Let
- Freehold Sales and Purchases
- Leasehold Sales and Purchases
- Declarations of Trust
- Lease Extensions
- Lease Variations
- Commonhold Property
- Help to Buy Scheme
- Transfer of Equity
- New Build Properties
- Shared Ownership and Staircasing
- Right to Buy Scheme
- Sale of Property pursuant to a Compulsory Purchase Order
At Clapham & Collinge, our property experts are here to guide you through the processes involved and hold your hand when necessary. We will assign your case to an experienced conveyancing solicitor whom you will be able to contact by email, direct dial or even by coming into the office.
How Conveyancing Services Work
The conveyancing process can be confusing, so we have broken down some of the terms in our Conveyancing Jargon Buster.
We understand that your property is not only your home, but an investment. Our solicitors carry out detailed and extensive checks at a fixed fee on your behalf to protect you from potentially very expensive costs in the future.
Whether you're buying, selling, investing, or letting a property, we focus on the individual needs of our clients, keeping you informed throughout the process from instruction to completion. We provide a fast and reliable service with a fixed fee, so your purchase is completed as quickly and smoothly as possible whilst paying close attention to detail so you can relax in the knowledge there won't be any nasty surprises.
Our Norfolk-based conveyancing solicitors offer fixed fee quotations, which means that we are honest and upfront with no hidden charges. The disbursements (or third-party charges) can change but your member of staff will always advise you of this and obtain your consent to continue before spending any additional money on your behalf. If, as happens in a few cases, it appears that the amount of legal work involved in your transaction is likely to exceed the fixed fee quoted by your solicitor, this will be discussed with you at the earliest possible opportunity to ensure you are notified of any changes before proceeding with the case.
Contact us for a free no-obligation quotation
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