- No Hidden Fees
- We offer a quality service with highly competitive fees
What does leasehold mean?
Leasehold conveyancing tends to be more complicated then freehold. If you are buying or selling a Leasehold property, it is likely that the property is a flat, maisonette or a house under the Shared Ownership Scheme.
We deal with a range of Leasehold transactions including:
- Purchases and Sales
- Leasehold Extensions
- Purchase of Freehold
- Re-mortgages and Transfers
- Shared Ownership
We don’t pay referral fees to Estate Agents. Referral fees are fees that Solicitors pay to Estate Agents to recommend clients to them. That means if you are recommended a Solicitor by your Estate Agent it may be because they are getting paid to do so. In most cases the Solicitors fees will then be higher to reflect this payment.
We also deal with freehold conveyancing (which are usually houses) and offer a range of other legal services including Divorce and Separation, Wills & Probate, General and Lasting Powers of Attorney and criminal law.
All clients need to be aware that you must only use the bank account that we will give you at the outset for sending money to us. Please at all times check our bank details carefully because false details can be sent by fraudsters.
You also need to be aware that there are cases where sellers are being impersonated by criminals. If you have any concerns about this when buying a property, please contact us immediately.
See our Leasehold FAQ Page
Should your sale or purchase fall through without having taken the No Move/No Fee option we will charge a fee as is reasonable for the amount of work done by that stage.
- First Time Buyer
- Cash Buyer
- Buy to let Landlord
- Previous client (where we acted for over the last 3 years)
If you qualify for this discount, simply deduct this amount from your total online quote and advise us of your circumstances on instruction.
Terms and Conditions
Only one deduction per transaction (e.g if both cash buyer and buy to let landlord we deduct £24.00).