Conveyancing solicitors in Garforth, Leeds
Here at Thornton Jones we understand that buying or selling your home is one of the most important transactions you’ll ever enter into. We are dedicated to making sure our clients have a smooth, stress-free experience, with quick, efficient service and clear explanations of the process throughout.
Each of our clients has their own dedicated senior lawyer to look after them from start to finish. We are always available to answer questions and talk through any concerns you may have about your sale, purchase or remortgage.
Our residential conveyancing services
We have extensive experience in all areas of property law, including:
- Leaseholds (including leasehold enfranchisement)
- New build property
- Equity release
- Shared ownership
Our lawyers have experience dealing with complex property matters and are able to assess and explain complicated legal documents and the implications of less straightforward transactions such as equity release and shared ownership.
We can also deal with ancillary matters such as trust documentation, different types of property ownership or co-ordinating with third party solicitors, for example in matrimonial cases.
For more information about the conveyancing process, such as likely timescales, what searches you will need and whether you should obtain a building survey, see our conveyancing FAQs.
How will our conveyancing solicitors in Garforth, Leeds make things easier for you?
As conveyancing solicitors in Garforth, we understand the local market and have good relationships with the estate agents with whom we deal.
We’ll walk you through the process, including explaining the property title and giving you details of the search results and replies to our enquiries. We’ll deal with any mortgage paperwork on your behalf and make sure your ownership of any new property is registered at the Land Registry. If you’re selling your home, we’ll stay in constant contact with your buyer’s solicitors to make sure the sale goes through as quickly as possible.
During any sale or purchase transaction we’ll also stay in touch with the estate agents to make sure that other parties in the chain are reassured about progress. We always make sure there are no delays on our part so that your conveyancing moves as quickly as possible.
Our Garforth residential property conveyancing fees
We understand that buying a home is an expensive time and we endeavour to keep our costs competitive while still giving you excellent service and the assurance of a senior level lawyer dedicated to your transaction.
We have a clear pricing structure and are happy to talk you through the costs. Alternatively, fill out our conveyancing quote form for a printable quote with an itemised list of the expenses which you will incur, to include our Garforth conveyancing fees, search fees and Stamp Duty.
Why choose Thornton Jones for residential conveyancing in Garforth?
We work hard to give our clients the best possible personal service. If you choose us to act on your behalf you can be sure that you’ll be looked after every step of the way. We’ll explain the procedure to you and keep you updated as to the progress of your transaction. If you should encounter difficulties, we have the experience to deal with them quickly and efficiently and your own dedicated senior lawyer will be able to give you advice on how to proceed if there are decisions to be made.
We’re proud to be accredited by the Law Society under their Conveyancing Quality Scheme. This means that not only can our clients be assured of a first-class service, but we are also trusted by regulators, lenders and insurers.
Get in touch with our conveyancing lawyers in Garforth, Leeds
We’re always happy to have an initial conversation with you if you’re considering buying, selling or remortgaging and we’ll answer any questions you may have as well as giving you a no-obligation quote.
It’s a good idea to have a solicitor on standby if you’re planning to enter into a property transaction so that you can give their details to the estate agents as soon as possible. This will help them to start the sale or purchase process without delay. We can give you the name of your designated solicitor now, so that you’ll be ready to go as soon as you have a buyer or seller.