With over 34 years’ experience in the property conveyancing industry, GW Legal are licensed conveyancers regulated by the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme. Voted ‘Best Conveyancer’ at the 2016 Specialist Finance Awards, we are proud to offer our advice for a purchase or sale of property.
We offer a fixed fee service, meaning there will never be any hidden costs during your case. We remain professional throughout, offering our legal advice on the purchase and sale of a property. We will keep in contact with you on updates in your case when progress is made.
First established in 1984, GW Legal have an in-depth understanding and invaluable skills of the conveyancing industry. We implement our varied and deep knowledge in to every case we take on.
You will instruct us to begin your conveyancing case only once your offer on the house has been accepted. We will begin by getting the contract from the seller’s conveyancer, checking the title of the property and then arrange for property searches to be carried out.
You will receive the contract to check over, signing it once you’re happy everything is correct. As your conveyancer, we will also exchange the contracts with the seller’s conveyancer and agree on a completion date to complete the transaction.
We will register you as the new official owner of the property with the Land Registry, completing our case and your purchase.
You’ll need a licensed conveyancer to help when you’re selling your house. When you’ve accepted an offer, you will need to instruct us to begin your case. Rest assured, we have the experience and knowledge to professionally advise you on your sale.
We will put together a draft contract and send it to the buyer’s conveyancer for checking and signing once they are happy with it. We will then exchange the contracts with the buyer’s conveyancer, agreeing on a completion date as well.
Once we’ve received the transfer deed, we will sign it, transferring ownership to the buyer. Once everything has been completed, you will receive the final funds from the transaction.
Why use GW Legal?