Residential Conveyancing

Donnelly & Elliott Conveyancing’s experienced team of Conveyancers in Gosport offer competitive fixed fees and a friendly and personal service tailored to you.

Buying or selling a property can have its obstacles, but the Donnelly & Elliott Conveyancing team will do all they can to minimise disruptions with their vast experience in property transactions and use of market leading conveyancing software.

Donnelly & Elliott Conveyancing is a trading name of bpl solicitors limited.

The Donnelly & Elliott Conveyancing team are experienced in dealing with residential property transactions.

We have an open and transparent pricing structure which we think is highly competitive considering the service we can provide locally and nationwide (England and Wales only).

 

We can support you with…

We work closely with the Family Law and Wills and Probate department and can provide specialist advice in connection with:

  • Transfer of Equity – taking a person off or adding a person to, ownership of a property
  • Remortgages – changing your mortgage lender for a new one or securing finance against an unmortgaged property
  • Bespoke legal charges – securing sums of money (eg. A personal loan from one family member/friend to another) against a property
  • Declarations of Trust – a tailor-made legal document setting out shares of beneficial ownership of a property
  • Living together agreements – a document setting out provisions for how a property is to be dealt with if there is a breakdown of the relationship of the owners – either friends, family or unmarried couples
  • Assents – transfers of a deceased’s property to the named beneficiaries under their Will
  • Shared ownership transactions – housing Association properties, new leases, lease assignments or surrenders, stair-casing (buying further shares) and key worker loans
  • Right to buy – buying your house/flat from the council
  • High value property transactions – up to £5 million or beyond with prior agreement
  • New build properties – buying a new house from a developer

Gosport’s conveyancing advisor

In the ever changing market we can also advise on the best options available for first time buyers, the pro’s and con’s of Shared Ownership or similar arrangements and complex leasehold transactions.

We have good relationships with many local estate agents and solicitors and take a keen interest in matters affecting local residents.

We have assisted with issues facing clients owning properties on the Gomer Estate, Royal Clarence Yard, Cherque Farm, Peel Common, those Compulsorily Purchased under the Rowner regeneration scheme and many more.

We are always willing to discuss your requirements initially by telephone, free of charge and without obligation.

All your property matters

As well as residential conveyancing, we can advise you on a wide range of property matters including becoming a landlord, remortgaging your property or extending your lease.

Contact all us today for a no-obligation conversation about how we might be able to help.

Donnelly & Elliott Conveyancing is a trading name of bpl solicitors limited.

Conveyancing Time Scales

Typically 10 – 16 weeks.*

Please note – the average time is generally between 10-16 weeks but at the start of 2021, this has often been extended to 9–20 weeks due to the pressure nationally on all parties involved to handle the increased volume generated by the Stamp Duty ‘holiday’.

All our clients understandably would like to know how long their matter may take and yet that is the one thing that no conveyancer can accurately predict. The average transaction time, according to the government, has lengthened (due to more vigorous requirements for anti-fraud investigations, money laundering checks and other factors – such as changes to mortgage regulation, etc.) with 12-16 weeks now being the average. Many matters can proceed quicker than this and we will always do our best to meet a client’s requirements.

Please note that this is often not within our control, and so no firm commitments should be made to timescales until you have reached exchange of contract

Click here for our Residential Conveyancing Guide which is a step by step guide to the conveyancing process.

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