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Conveyancing Solicitors in Birmingham

Conveyancing Solicitors in Birmingham

When it comes to selling a house or a property, things might get complicated in terms of documents and title transfers. This is where our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham can give legal advice and assistance, for a smooth and correct process. Below you can find information about the legal services our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham can offer.

How can a conveyancing solicitor in Birmingham help me?

Foremost, it is important to know that a conveyancing solicitor is qualified in a wide range of areas, having complete knowledge about Property Law in UK. He/she can handle aspects like the transfer of the title deeds, preparing the property transfer documents, and even drawing up wills. Here are the extra details you might want to consider:

  1.  Property transactions enter the attention of our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham;
  2.  Our advisors can also handle the process of property remortgage;
  3.  High-value property transactions enter our attention;
  4.  We can handle property investments for foreigners interested in the real estate sector in UK.

You can ask for the legal support of our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham for the above-mentioned services.

Remortgaging with support offered by our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham

Persons interested in remortgaging a house or any other property are invited to talk to our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham for more details. The process refers to changing the mortgage of a property to a new lender, for a better deal, in most cases. Persons might be interested in borrowing more money or if the civil status has been changed (divorce, separation, etc.) This is where our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham can intervene and handle the formalities with the banks or other financial institutions. Our team of advisors will offer complete and correct advice linked to the remortgage process and will oversee all the procedures in order for the clients to benefit from comprehensive support. Such a process might get complex and quite stressful to deal with on your own, so it is best to hire the services of our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham. You can get in touch with our team at any time and request legal advice and counseling for your remortgage process.

What is the transfer of equity?

The legal ownership of a property can be changed, and this procedure is known as a transfer of equity. One should note that if interested in such aspects, legal advice and assistance is required. This is another area of expertise of our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham who can properly handle the whole process and avoid any probable errors or problems that might arise on the way. The transfer of equity might be required for cases of couples who want to separate or get a divorce. Besides this case, the change of the legal ownership might be solicited in the court of law, if an order is issued in this matter. The transfer of property can also be solicited by family members or if an asset is being offered or gifted. No matter the case you are dealing with, make sure you ask for legal advice and assistance from our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham.

Freehold purchase – what you need to know

Persons who own a leasehold property can be interested in purchasing the ownership or lengthening the tenancy, in order to uphold or upsurge the value. In most cases, the land is possessed separately by a property owner, and therefore, it might be hard to sell the leasehold asset or raise a loan for it. Our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham will handle all the aspects related to the lease extension and freehold purchase.

Collective enfranchisement refers to the cases in which a tenant living in a building with other persons is interested in buying the freehold together. This means that tenants will have the right to manage the building they live in. The process and the steps involved can be explained by our team of conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham.

We have gathered some facts and figures about properties in UK, offered by the Office for National Statistics:

  • Around GBP 232,000 was the average price for a house in UK, in March 2020;
  • About GBP 486,000 is the price of a property in London;
  • Approximately GBP 1,858 is the rental price for houses in UK;
  • More than 2,000 websites are dealing with real estate property sales and rentals.

If you are interested in the legal services of our conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham, we kindly invite you to contact our team at any time. We can offer full legal support tailored to the needs of the clients.