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Residential Conveyancing

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You can trust the Residential Conveyancing team at Miah Law to go the extra mile to ensure your transaction runs as smoothly as possible.

Miah Law is proud to have a team of conveyancing solicitors with a wealth of experience and knowledge when it comes to residential property so if you are buying or selling your property, buying a new build property, re-mortgaging or buying to let our conveyancing team are here to help.

Our residential conveyancing team are able to deal with both simple and complex cases comprising of registered and unregistered property, freehold, leasehold and helping to ensure that your transaction is dealt with in a cost effective, professional manner with regular updates provided at every stage of the process.

These handy guides prepared by the Government offer useful advise for those buying or selling property.

How to Buy Guide – A guide for people looking to buy a home in England and Wales (publishing.service.gov.uk)

How to Sell Guide – A guide for people looking to sell a home in England and Wales (publishing.service.gov.uk)

Our residential conveyancing services include:

  • Residential Property Sales
  • Residential Property Purchases
  • New Build Property Purchases
  • Right to Buy
  • Re-mortgages and Transfers
  • Shared Ownership

For trusted advice on any residential property matter, call Solicitor Henna Malik-Shabbir in our Leeds office today on 0113 350 3007 or email hmshabbir@miahlaw.co.uk for a quotation for our services or click the button below for an instant conveyancing quote.

Please note that VAT is charged at 20% on all fees.

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The Conveyancing Process

Here is a simplified guide to the conveyancing process.

The process can take between four to six weeks but of course can take longer and in some cases could be shorter.

  • The sellers’ Conveyancer requests title deeds from the sellers’ lender, prepares contracts for the sale of the property and sends them to the buyers’ Conveyancer.
  • The buyers’ conveyancer reviews contracts and title information, submit searches and raises any queries with the sellers’ Conveyancer.
  • Search results and replies to enquiries will arrive with the buyers’ Conveyancer. Depending on the responses to searches and queries, the buyers’ Conveyancer may require more information. The Buyers Conveyancer will also report to their client at this point.
  • The buyer’s Mortgage Offer arrives and is checked by the buyers’ Conveyancer and a letter explaining the offer will be sent to the purchaser along with the Mortgage Deed for signature.
  • A report is prepared for the buyers with Transfer and Contract for signature. Sellers are also now sent the Transfer and Contract for signature.
  • Contracts are exchanged, any deposit monies are sent to the seller’s Conveyancer, and a moving date is fixed.
  • The buyers’ Conveyancer pays the Stamp Duty Land Tax to the Inland Revenue and registers the buyer as the new property owner.

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