At Miles & Barr we understand how stressful the moving process can be.
Through years of experience we know how vital it is to choose the right solicitor, a bad decision in terms of who you instruct to act for your purchase can result in weeks or even months of delays, which can potentially jeopardise your move happening all together.
We have forged a strong partnership with our chosen provider who are an experienced, trusted and above all, are dedicated local firm of solicitors and conveyancers. They will help guide you through the last stages of your move.
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Conveyancing for Buyers
We work together with our recommended solicitors to provide a seamless customer service experience for you.
Conveyancing for Sellers
Our in branch conveyancing specialists will be on hand to follow up requests or gather any further information required by the solicitors to save you time and hassle.
Guide to Conveyancing
Whether you are buying or selling a property you have to instruct a solicitor or conveyancer to take care of transferring the legal ownership. This is done by signing a letter of instruction.
Please click here for a list of frequently asked questions relating to conveyancing.
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Frequently Asked Question’s
Have a read through our FAQs, you may find the answer to what you're looking for quicker than you think.
When selling a property you will be required to fill out a fixtures and fittings form detailing what will remain in or as part of the property sale transaction. This can be anything from; carpets, curtains, light fittings and such that you have agreed to include or will be leaving at the property.
The purchaser will have the opportunity to check the fixtures and fittings form and this document forms part of the contractual agreement.
A freehold property is owned outright by you. With a leasehold property you are granted part or all of a building for a certain length of time, commonly 99 years. You will be required to pay the ground rent to a landlord with a leasehold. There are often obligations when living in a leasehold property, such as paying for maintenance of areas used in proximity of your home like car parks.
Our recommended firm have a high-quality reputation and you will be taken care of by property specialist lawyers. We have dedicated sales progressors and experienced members of staff in all of our offices who will be on hand to keep you updated and help you throughout the entire process. This ensures your stress is minimal and that you will always have someone on hand to speak with.