“I would like to thank you for dealing so constructively and professionally with what evolved to be a sale of unplanned complexity“
What is a Specialist Property Lawyer?
A lawyer who deals only with property transactions and is specifically qualified to deal with conveyancing and associated property matters.
In most professions and jobs these days there is a tendency to specialise. So it is with legal services. If you want advice on a personal injury claim or divorce or financial advice, you should seek advice from a specialist in that field. If you move house, it makes sense to come to a firm specialising in conveyancing.
David Manning & Co is such a Firm.
For our guidelines on cost please look at our cost and quote page.
key stages of the service
You may find it useful to look at the guides to buying and selling on the Council for Licensed Conveyancers website. These show the key stages of the transactions.
It is difficult to give a firm estimate of the length of time a transaction will take from start to finish as this depends upon many variables including the length of a chain of transactions. The gov.uk website currently states that “buying or selling a home normally takes 2 to 3 months. The process can take longer if you’re part of a chain of buyers and sellers.”