• Sales & Purchases
• Voluntary HM land registration
• Rectification of title
• Tenancy agreements
Buying a home is the greatest financial commitment most people are likely to undertake during their lifetime. Together with selling or letting a home it can also be one of the most stressful times. So whether you are buying, selling, or letting, you need expert guidance throughout every stage of the process, backed by the very best legal support and expert conveyancing.
GHP Legal provides full guidance through each step of the home buying and selling process and the aim of our highly experienced team is to reduce your stress and complete the transaction with efficiency and in a timescale that suits you. By keeping you fully informed we will ensure you are in a position to make the right decisions without being concerned by complex procedures, confusing language or unplanned delays.
The fact that so many of our clients come back to us the next time they move home is testament to the quality of our residential property team and the personal service we provide. From advising about an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) at the point of your property going on the market, through to exchange of contracts and completion of the sale, we oversee all matters including payment of estate agents’ fees and repayment of mortgage balance. We will also provide you with detailed quotations of fees, stamp duty land tax and disbursements at the outset.
In cases where there has not yet been an exchange of contracts we would suggest subject to the same guidelines a same day exchange and completion.
“GHP civil litigation team added :- Please remember that if you are involved in a conveyancing transaction there is currently no government guidance preventing you from moving house but remember that other restrictions/difficulties may stop you moving :-
· Any journeys may be considered non-essential
· Removal workers may not be available or may not be allowed to work
· Utility connection may prove difficult
· Anyone self isolating will not be able to move
· Social distancing must be maintained “