We understand that buying, selling or remortgaging a property can be daunting, and that it’s a huge financial commitment. But we can help you complete the process quickly and smoothly at the best possible price. And our fully independent, qualified and regulated solicitors will guide you every step of the way. Contact us for a free, no obligation quote.

Find out more about how conveyancing works.

Buying and selling

Whether you’re buying or selling a home, investing in property or raising funds for any reason, we can help. Find out more about buying or selling a property.


If you’ve been with the same mortgage company for several years, you might be paying more than you need to. Remortgaging to a new deal could save you hundreds of pounds a year. Find out more about remortgaging.

Transfer of Equity

A transfer of equity enables you add or remove someone from the title of a property. This could be due to marriage or divorce, cohabitation, the gift of property or a family transfer. ‘Equity’ refers to the value in the property after the mortgage and any other loans against it have been paid. Find out more about transfer of equity.

Equity Release

Equity release allows you to access the cash in your property as a lump sum or additional income without the stress of having to sell. The money is repaid on death or the requirement for long term care when the house is sold. Find out more about equity release.


Our glossary of conveyancing terms explains the sometimes complex and confusing language used in property transactions.

How Conveyancing Works

  1. Complete our quotation form and immediately receive a cost for your conveyancing legal fees.
  2. If you are happy, we will allocate one of our solicitors who will contact you within two working hours to start the process.
  3. We will ask you to complete and return some documents before contacting the representatives on the other side of the transaction.
  4. We will deal with each step of the contract process and keep you updated.
  5. We will explain all relevant documentation either face to face, over the phone or via post or email, depending on your preference.
  6. When you are happy and you have signed the relevant documents, we will progress matters to completion.