Our Property Conveyancing Services
Our specialist conveyancing lawyers offer an extensive range of property services including:
New Build and Shared Ownership Properties
We offer extensive experience in handling new build and shared ownership conveyancing and expert knowledge in the specific issues that arise during Help to Buy transactions. Not only will our property conveyancing specialists handle your conveyancing in a highly efficient manner, they will also provide you with personal guidance so that you have complete clarity and are in the best position possible to make vital decisions before you proceed.
Transfers of Equity and Equity Release
Most changes in the legal ownership of a property will involve a transfer of equity. Equity release allows a homeowner to unlock capital from their property without selling it, providing certain conditions are met. At Freemans Solicitors we offer extensive experience and expertise in planning and implementing equity transfers and releases, whether or not a mortgage is involved, vital when navigating the complex legal processes that are involved in such transactions.
Re-Mortgages and Property Financing
You may be looking to secure a more favourable mortgage deal; perhaps you want to borrow additional funds against the equity in your current property, or maybe you are exploring your options for financing a property purchase. Getting the right legal guidance is vital and it is essential that the property lawyers you choose to advise you are experienced in the appropriate specialist area. This is something you can rely on with Freemans Solicitors.
Leasehold and General Property Disputes
With many years’ experience in managing leasehold property transactions, our residential property lawyers are able to offer the in-depth technical expertise required to ensure your matter is handled with the utmost attention to detail. We can assist with everything from purchasing or extending a lease through to leasehold enfranchisement, landlord and tenant advice, tenancy agreements and general property disputes.