Buying or Selling a Property

Fixed Fee Residential Conveyancing   

Moving home can be an extremely stressful time, there are many things to think about and do, from arranging a mortgage and getting a survey done, to arranging schools and organising the removal firm. Here at Lovell Chohan Solicitors we aim to provide a stress free service compared to other residential conveyancing solicitors by making the process as easy as possible so you can concentrate on the important aspects of moving house, and leave the legal as detail to us.

For most people, their house will be their most expensive purchase, so it needs to be right the first time round, and the buying or selling process needs to be as efficient as possible. It's probably also the only time most people would use a solicitor, and so their experience of solicitors as a whole is only as good as the service they receive when they move house. It's essential then that the conveyancing solicitors at Lovell Chohan provide a fast, efficient and seamless service.

There are many potential delays when buying or selling a property, and so the conveyancing solicitors at Lovell Chohan work hard to try and overcome any obstacles and problematic issues so delays don't occur. This means that the process goes smoothly and so the completion date is as soon as possible.

With excellent customer service, and attention to detail, it's not a surprise that referrals and repeat clients make up the majority of the work undertaken by the conveyancing solicitors at Lovell chohan. As residential conveyancing solicitors often have a stigma when it comes to the service it’s good to know Lovell Chohan Solicitors takes great pride in each and every residential conveyancing traction it completes. After all we want you to come back and experience our service all over again.

As well as providing the necessary help for those moving house, residential conveyancing solicitors and Lovell Chohan can also provide the necessary legal advice for those wanting to know more about their property boundaries, rights or way or ownership. In addition, both landlords and tenants can have their questions answered by experts in property and residential conveyancing law.

Our residential conveyancing solicitors can deal with and advise on the following:

  • Shared Ownership Leases
  • Freehold Purchase
  • Leasehold purchase
  • Probate sales
  • Plot purchase
  • Transfers of equity
  • Council house purchases ("Right to Buy")
  • Declarations of trust
  • Re-mortgage