Convey-Move estate agency works in association with a network of independent "local to you" solicitors brought together to provide a combined "one stop shop" approach to estate agency and conveyancing.
We bring convenience, peace of mind and value for money to the home moving process.
Buying or selling a property is usually the largest financial transaction people undertake so having a LOCAL experienced solicitor on your side to guide you through the legal process from start to finish is a real benefit.
Why trust the conveyancing to someone in a call centre miles away who you will never meet?
Don't Take Chances When selling Your Home
Use the professionals and instruct a qualified local property solicitor
These days everything seems to be "online" and although we are big fans of technology and the internet we believe when it comes to something as important as buying or selling property its important to be able to actually meet and talk to your solicitor to discuss the legal conveyancing process in detail.
- Drawing up and assessing contracts
- Conducting local searches
- Dealing with the Land Registry
- Managing stamp duty charges and payments
- Managing the collection and transfer of funds
- Providing legal advice and recommendations
- Understanding the local nuances relating to your property
Good Title, Restrictive Covenants & Land Charges
(And Why It's Important To Talk Face To Face)
Your local Convey-Move conveyancing Solicitor will check that you are buying "good title" in other words check that the seller is the owner and he has the right to sell ! (for a valid transaction to take place, the previous owner must have an indefeasible title to the property and must transfer it to the new owner).
Sometimes there can be conditions attached to the sale of a property usually called "restrictive covenants". A restrictive covenant is a type of legal obligation imposed in a deed by the seller upon the buyer of the property to do or not to do something. Such restrictions frequently occur and are enforceable on subsequent buyers of the property.If the property seller has a mortgage or loan it may be secured against the property, this is called a charge on the property and must be cleared before you commit to purchase.Your local Convey & Move conveyancing Solicitor will check that you are buying "good title" in other words check that the seller is the owner and he has the right to sell ! (for a valid transaction to take place, the previous owner must have an indefeasible title to the property and must transfer it to the new owner).
When buying or selling with your local Convey-Move solicitor you get the full attention and experience of a professional local expert to make sure no important details are missed. A solicitor that you trust and feel that you can work well with. A solicitor that takes the time to explain everything to you in detail and in a language you can understand.
Knowlege of the area
Convey-Move solicitors are local to you which means they have a sound knowledge of local laws and leases and other enviromental conditions and issues. In some locations for example, you can come across complicated leasehold arrangements which rural or provincial solicitors may not be conversant with.The advantage of hiring a firm that is within close proximity to where you live or work means not only can visit them in person to ask questions and discuss your rights and obligations, you can save time by avoiding documents going to and fro in the post.
Online conveyancing updates
All Convey-Move Solicitors offer the opportunity for clients to track the progress of their property transaction online. This means that you can access your particular case online 24 hours a day to see how it's progressing. you can also receive updates via e-mail and sms text message or of course pop in to your local office.