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Buying Or Selling? We Can Help

Beeston Shenton’s experienced property law solicitors are here to help you whether you are buying, selling, transferring, remortgaging or have any other legal issue with property. Our dedicated team has all of the knowledge and expertise to guide you through the legal processes, allowing you to focus on the things that matter to you. Our service is cost effective and proficient, and we are committed to client care – so you can be sure that your case is being dealt with in the best way.

Property Lawyers You Can Trust

Beeston Shenton’s impressive reputation has been gained through our commitment to our clients and we are always delighted to receive recommendations from clients. Our significant local knowledge and links to brokers, developers, estate agents and surveyors in the area mean that we can provide you with meaningful, individual advice to suit your circumstances.

Your Expert Property Law Team

When you are buying or selling a property, you will want to be sure that your process runs as smoothly and swiftly as possible. Our property team has the know-how to guide your sale or purchase while minimising delay. Whether you are a first time buyer or a property investor, our hard-working and efficient team will be available throughout your transaction to keep you updated and ensure that completion takes place as quickly as possible.

Our Online Conveyancing Price Calculator

Get a no-obligation, fixed-cost price for your conveyancing work in seconds. Whether you are buying, selling or remortgaging, you can find out our fees online now to help you budget. Simply select your transaction type, fill in a few details and we will generate an estimate for you. We pride ourselves on our competitive fees with no hidden extras. Get started now:

Our Property Law Services For Individuals And Businesses

Whether you require property law advice as an individual or on a commercial basis, we are here to help. We ensure that your transaction or matter is dealt with quickly and efficiently, and streamline the process so that you have a speedy resolution. We deal with all areas of property law.

We can ensure that your sale moves as quickly as possible, by preparing legal paperwork from the day you put your property on the market. We have vast experience of dealing with sales of property, and use our proficiency to get you moving without delay.

We are skilled in dealing with matters relating to disposal of commercial property. Whatever the nature of the transaction, Beeston Shenton’s property law team will handle your sale adeptly. Whether you have a portfolio or single property to sell, we can help.

When you have had an offer on a new property accepted, you are likely to want to get into your new home without delay. If you end up in a property chain, where a number of buyers and sellers are involved in simultaneous transactions, you will want to ensure that you have proper guidance. Our conveyancing team are here for you.

Our client-focused lawyers work closely with any agents and professionals involved in your property purchase to provide a clear and coordinated approach, regardless of the size of the transaction.

Whether you’re taking your first step onto the property ladder, or moving into your dream home, our team of conveyancing solicitors is with you every step of the way. Our conveyancers are highly experienced and on hand to help with any queries you have.

Perhaps you want to release equity or reduce your mortgage payments – either way, remortgaging your property can seem like a daunting task. Beeston Shenton’s property law team will act quickly and efficiently to complete the process in a timely manner.

Our dedicated New Build Department are experts in handling new build property purchases. Buying a new build off-plan is a complex transaction and Beeston Shenton are recognised as one of the major property law firms in the area for developments. We precheck titles and searches for the developments in advance, so that your purchase is as smooth and swift as possible from reservation to completion.

If you are looking for advice about leaseholds, we are here to help. Leaseholds are a specialist area of property law and so it is always a good idea to seek legal advice so that you are aware of your rights before entering into leasehold agreements. Our property law team has expertise in dealing with all leasehold matters.

Whether you intend to gift a property, add a partner to your title deed or equity needs to be transferred as part of a separation, our property law solicitors can advise you. Transfer of equity can be complex, and our expert team is here to help.

Our Latest Thoughts On Property Law…

Our dedicated team are experts on property law and all of the intricacies involved. We know how stressful buying and selling a property can be, and we are here to ensure that the process is as smooth and enjoyable as possible. You can read up on all our latest insights…

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