Residential Conveyancing

Residential Conveyancing in Brighton and Rottingdean

We offer FIXED FEE services to our residential conveyancing clients and our rates are very competitive. You receive a first class service from a solicitor, personally, not a call-centre oriented "factory" or "conveyor belt" system - and at a more competitive rate than most of those types of providers. 
Conveyancing Fees

Residential Conveyancing by an experienced team

Whether you are buying or selling a home, or indeed both, Walkers Solicitors can help. We are friendly and approachable. Our aim is to keep you as fully informed as possible at each stage of the process. We deal with a wide range of conveyancing transactions, including: 
  • Freehold and leasehold properties
  • Co-ownership, shared equity and right-to-buy arrangements
  • Buying and selling at auction
  • Sales by executors or administrators of a deceased person's estate
  • Sales under power of attorney buy to let and investment property.
Residential Conveyancing
If you require residential conveyancing assistance, help with deeds of trust or transfers of equity, contact Walkers Solicitors in Brighton on 
01273 564 939 or Rottingdean on 
01273 309 193
residential property work

Other residential property work

You may wish to sell part of your garden, or need to draw up a deed to cover use of a shared facility such as a drain. Whatever the situation, we can advise on all relevant issues and help you find the most practical and cost effective solution.

In this sort of market you need a solicitor committed to ensuring that your transaction is completed successfully. There is no better way of doing this than by using a local, accessible, and helpful professional solicitor who does your work personally and speaks to you whenever you call. Walkers Solicitors are well placed to provide this personal and professional service.

Transfers of equity

A "transfer of equity" is where a home is transferred from the name of a single owner into joint names, or vice versa. Walkers Solicitors can advise on all such situations, including transactions in connection with divorce, gifts of shares in property to family members, and the transfers between couples.

Walkers Solicitors in Brighton and Rottingdean can take the stress out of transfers of equity.
Transfers of equity
Deeds of trust

Deeds of trust

In some situations one of more people purchasing a property will contribute a larger amount to the purchase price. If this is the case, or indeed if a person is not going to be registered as legal owner of the property has made a financial contribution to the property, it may be advisable to draw up a deed of trust, which would record that financial contribution and record a right to a share in the equity of the property. 

Contact Walkers Solicitors today in Brighton or Rottingdean who can advise you on deeds of trust.
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