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Conveyancing Services England & Wales

Moving home

• SRA & Law Society CQS Regulated

• 23 years of experience

• Help to Buy Accredited

• All transactions welcome

• Consistently High Service Reviews

• Proactive and professional

• Trustpilot rated


EXPERTISE :


Sales Purchases Remortgages Auctions


Freehold Leasehold Transfer of Equity ID1s


Sales by Trustees Independent Legal Advice


Equity Release & Lifetime Mortgages Trust Deeds


Shared Ownership Title Rectification


Swearing Statutory Declarations & Oaths


Company Mortgage Probate / Deputyship Sales





NB: I am employed by a leading South Wales Law Firm.  Any work I carry out goes through that firm.  My employers are SRA regulated, members of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme ("CQS") and fully insured as required by solicitors regulations.



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MY BLOG ARTICLES


Why did I create this Blog?


I hope the Blog will be educational and help the public to understand the conveyancing process.


It is your Go to Guide if you are buying or selling or are a homeowner.


The Blog is a useful tool for anyone involved in the conveyancing industry.


Within the Blog I explain what your conveyancer is doing, and why.


Conveyancers are heavily regulated and the government has made us the frontline for anti-money laundering, ID and property fraud. We often refer to this as compliance and due-diligence.


Many clients don’t realise that our purpose is to protect them and their mortgage lender and not to slow the process down.


We are trying to ensure there are no title defects and nothing will reduce property value on resale or remortgage.  Lenders insist on conveyancers being involved so they can be sure the property is adequate security for their loan and there are no legal defects.  This is why we do what we do.


I sincerely hope this Blog goes some way towards demystifying the conveyancing process.

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