Moving home can be stressful at the best of times. From dealing with the vendor’s requests to making sure you meet all your legal responsibilities throughout the transaction, the conveyancing team at The Will Group will help you take care of all the formalities to make sure your sale or purchase goes through as quickly and as smoothly as possible.
We take a highly proactive approach to our work. We know you want to get moving as soon as possible, so we will do everything in our power to make sure your sale or purchase stays on track. Our team can assist with every aspect of conveyancing, including conducting searches, calculating Stamp Duty Land Tax rates, and initiating lease renewals on leasehold properties – and because our own costs are fixed and affordable, we can keep your expenditure low, too.
The benefits of professional conveyancer
Having an experienced conveyancer by your side will not only save you time and hassle – it could also help you side-step unnecessary costs and keep your outgoings to a minimum. If you are a first-time buyer, the expertise that our team can bring to the table will be invaluable.
Your conveyancing specialist will navigate the entire process with ease, providing you with clear, jargon-free updates at every stage to make sure you know exactly what’s going to happen and when, and, crucially, how much money you need to set aside to meet your financial obligations. There will be no unexpected fees and no nasty surprises – and if you do encounter challenges along the way, we will help you find a practical way around them!
What will our conveyancers do?
As your chosen conveyancer, we can assist you in the sale or purchase of your home by:
• Drawing up all documents that are necessary for the transaction, whether you are buying, selling or both – including the Contract of Sale and your Vendor’s Statement
• Pointing out any specific terms within these documents that you should be aware of, including details of planning restrictions
• Helping you to arrange the settlement with your bank by providing them with all the necessary title details and preparing your mortgage documents
• Adjusting any costs associated with the property prior to the settlement date to make sure you don’t overpay your bills, council tax rates and any other statutory fees
• Tying up all loose ends on the day of completion, right up until the point where the property’s keys are handed over