Buying a property can be extremely stressful.
It is often a huge decision and can feel like a long and complicated process.
Conveyancing is the legal transfer of a property from seller to buyer. It begins when an offer on a house is accepted and finishes when you have the key in your hand. There are a number of stages involved, and a lot of legal work that needs to be undertaken before completion This is why most people turn to experienced conveyancers to manage the process.
The key requirements you should have for a conveyancer are that they are accurate, efficient and committed. Accuracy ensures that everything is legally correct. Efficiency keeps the process running smoothly and saves unnecessary delays. Commitment is something that helps to facilitate both, so that the journey from buying to officially owning is a smooth one.
At Marsans, we have vast experience dealing with all aspects of conveyancing. We will support you through the early stages, drafting terms of engagement with ourselves and connecting with the seller’s representatives. We will perform property searches, recommend surveyors and building insurers, and then set a completion date for both parties.
You will be kept updated throughout, so that your timeline matches our own.
At Marsans our Property Team offer the following services:
- Buying or selling residential and commercial property
- Buy to Lets
- Shared Ownership Schemes
- Equity Release schemes
- Transfer of Equity
- Transfer of Ownership
- Residential Leases
- Commercial Leases
What clients say
“Over the years we have instructed Pravin we have found him to be a true professional. He explains all aspects of the case clearly and in terms which is easy to understand. He keeps us updated on the progress of our cases and at all times he has kept his focus on the best interests of our business”.
“So far you are always bringing me good news”.
I cannot thank you (Jikoa Monu) enough for all your hard work and expertise in our recent need of a business contract ‘drawing up’. As time was very limited, you still managed to complete in time; allowing everything to run smoothly.
Kind regards, Susan
Marsans are very approachable, friendly and efficient. They accomplish their results with the utmost in professionalism.
“Kumar is an outstanding lawyer who demonstrates tremendous understanding and empathy with his clients. He is open and honest and the deeply held principles tinged with sound realism, that underline his enthusiasm for his work, are apparent at all time”
Noble Retail Limited
“I can’t thank Kumar enough for his hard work and determination with my recent Immigration Judicial review proceedings, his sensitivity at what was the worst time in my life really helped get me through it. I thoroughly recommend Kumar not just on a professional capacity, where he is excellent but as a kind and caring human being. Thank you so much again,”
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