For most of us, buying or selling a property may well be the most expensive transaction we make in our lifetime. Such a major financial commitment, particularly where you are using third party finance can be very stressful and so expert advice on the legal formalities is very essential.

We at Jackson Longe Solicitors can help with a range of property related transactions, including:

  • Buying & Selling Houses, Flats, Lands
  • Re-mortgaging & Transfers of Equity
  • Buy-to-Let Transactions
  • Shared Ownership Transactions
  • Part Exchanges
  • Right to Buy
  • Landlord and Tenant Law including tenancy agreements
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At Jackson Longe Solicitors, we offer expert guidance through the process from the initial steps of investigating the title deeds and completing the transaction.

Our service is structured to allay any fears or stress. Not only do we provide a written quotation of our fees at the inception of your matter, so as to prevent any surprises, we will also provide a full report in simple clear English to advice you and to better acquaint you with the developments of your property transaction.

Our conveyancing transactions are typically conducted on a fixed price basis, including VAT (if applicable) and disbursements.

We are proud members of the lender’s Conveyancing Panels and can represent both you and the lender in your property transaction, whether it be a purchase, lease, sale, remortgage or transfer of equity.

For more information about the Conveyancing process, please see guide below.

Talk to our Conveyancing Solicitors in Richmond Upon Thames.

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