Transfers of Equity
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Transfers of Equity
Buying a property is an exciting, yet often complex process – we are here to help.
At Guest Walker we recognise that every property purchase transaction is different and our team of friendly and knowledgeable conveyancing experts will provide you with a tailored, personal service. Unlike larger conveyancing firms, we do not operate a case management system and you can rest assured that you will easily be able to speak to, or contact, a member of the team for regular updates or to answer any queries you may have.
We will be on hand to guide you through the property purchase process, proactively helping it to progress smoothly and in a timely manner.
We are honest, upfront and transparent with our fees and guarantee there will be no hidden extras. If, on the rare occasion, it becomes apparent that there will be additional costs as the process progresses, we will let you know straight away.
With a well-established network, we can recommend a number of trusted and reliable experts you may also require as part of your purchase such as surveyors or financial advisors.
Once your property purchase is complete, it is wise to consider taking out, or updating your existing Will. This is something our Life Planning team will be able to help you with.
We can help with:
- Buying and selling freehold and leasehold property (including auction properties)
- Negotiating leases and renewals
- Transferring and surrendering leases
- Property portfolios
- Raising finance or refinancing
- SIPPS and SSASs
- Property development and re-development
- Options, pre-emptions and conditional contracts
- Title problems and rectification
- Business sales and business purchases
- Enfranchisement (both individual and collective)
- Legal assistance to property management companies
- Further specialist services
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