We know that buying or selling a property can sometimes be a complicated and stressful time whether you are a first time buyer, moving to a larger home to accommodate a growing family, downsizing or an investment buyer. Our residential property team are committed to using their expertise to provide a high quality legal service enabling your move to progress as smoothly and quickly as possible.
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How much will it cost?
You can obtain an estimate of our costs online for sales, purchases and re-mortgages by using the 'Online Quote' function on this website.
Alternatively, please telephone 0117 973 5647 to speak with one of our conveyancers or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an estimate.
How long will it take?
The timescale for a property transaction depends on various factors and particularly the progress of other transactions in a “chain”. However, for a straightforward sale or purchase, we would usually expect an exchange of contracts to occur within six to ten weeks after the issue of a draft contract with completion one to two weeks thereafter.
AMD is an accredited member of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), which is a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices.
The ban on tenant fees in the Tenant Fees Act 2019 (TFA 2019) will come into force on 1 June 2019 and introduces protections for most residential tenancies in the private rented sector in England.
In the conveyancing transaction there are two key stages. The first is known as exchange of contracts and the second is completion.
Sophie Haskins of AMD Solicitors outlines some ways you can protect yourself from property fraud.
Are you thinking of buying a property but are concerned that alterations have been made to it without the appropriate Local Authority Building Regulations Approval? Our Property Law Specialists at AMD Solicitors look at the issues.
John Todd of AMD Solicitors looks at Assured Shorthold Tenancies in the wake of the Deregulation Act 2015
In the 1960s, 70s, even 80s, tenants had started to acquire a considerable degree of security of tenure. The situation was such that prospective landlords would not let their (empty) premises for fear that they would never regain possession of them.
Richard Harris, Property Law Specialist with AMD Solicitors, looks at issues that can arise on sale or purchase when a home-owner has paid for energy saving improvements to their property under The Green Deal.
Anne Thistlethwaite, specialist Family Lawyer at AMD Solicitors considers the implications of a recent court decision.