Residential Property

Residential Property

When buying or selling a property, whether it’s your own home or for investment purposes, you want the process to be as straightforward as possible. We understand that this is likely to be one of the largest investments of your life, and that you might have lots of questions and concerns, and we will guide you through the process.

At Davey Law we take a practical approach and you will benefit from personal contact and attention from one of our experienced residential property specialist solicitors or legal executives.  You can be confident in the knowledge that they will be applying the rigorous quality standards required by the Law Society in its Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

We provide competitively priced services tailored to your situation, and we are happy to explain in clear and concise language the legal procedures and timings involved. Our services include:

  • buying a freehold or leasehold property
  • selling a freehold or leasehold property
  • buying or selling any property at auction
  • any other transfer of property including transfers of equity
  • notices of severance
  • Deed of Trust
  • extension of your lease term
  • tenancy agreements (Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST))
  • buying the freehold of your leasehold property
  • mortgages
  • re-mortgages
  • equity release
  • independent legal advice on property related matters

If you would like more information on our residential property services, including a no-obligation quote, please contact:

Contact us today:   Cirencester 01285 654875     Gloucester 01452 508800     enquiries@daveylaw.co.uk

Davey Law Limited is Registered in England and Wales under Company no. 07525008. A list of directors is available for inspection at the registered office 10-12 Dollar Street Cirencester Gloucestershire GL7 2AL. This firm is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority no. 557291 and is a member of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). Details of how to contact the Legal Ombudsman in case of dispute may be found at www.legalombudsman.org.uk