Our expert conveyancing solicitors will get you moving with the minimum of hassle.
If you are buying, selling or remortgaging a home in Worksop, you will need the help of an expert conveyancing solicitor to make sure that your transaction goes ahead as smoothly as possible.
At Bird & Co, our conveyancing experts can help you to avoid the potential pitfalls that often disrupt conveyancing transactions, allowing you to move with confidence. Our team have a wide range of expertise and will be able to lend their support, no matter what sort of advice you need.
We provide a friendly, reliable and efficient conveyancing service for individuals and families alike. No matter what your individual circumstances are, we can offer simple, straightforward advice to guide you through entire conveyancing process from start to finish.
Our physical offices are based in Grantham, Newark and Lincoln, but we regularly work with clients from Worksop and are familiar with the local market. We are able to support our clients in and around Worksop, including Retford, Ranby and Ordsall, by offering an online conveyancing service.
How our conveyancing solicitors near Worksop can help you
Our team of expert conveyancing solicitors near Worksop support our clients on a wide range of conveyancing matters. Our expertise includes:
- Buying and selling your home
- Advice for first time buyers, such as:
- Equity release
- Advice about buying as joint tenants or tenants in common
- Buying and selling listed property
- Buying and selling leasehold property
- Collective enfranchisement and buying the freehold of a house
- Lease extension
- Transfer of equity
- Gifting property and Deeds of Gift
- Buy to let conveyancing
- Buying and selling land
- Commercial conveyancing
- Stamp Duty advice
We are also on the panel for most major lenders, which means we will be able to support you whether you choose to use a national firm or local building society for your conveyancing transaction.
Why Choose Bird & Co’s Conveyancing Solicitors near Worksop?
We provide a modern, friendly conveyancing service that is designed to make the conveyancing process as straightforward as possible.
Our conveyancing solicitors near Worksop can carry out online conveyancing work, which means the majority of the conveyancing process can be carried out digitally.
When you work with us, you will always have a direct line of correspondence with our team, as well as a direct email address for the conveyancer who is working on your case. This means that we can make everything as transparent as possible, making sure that you are informed straightaway if there are any updates to your case.
Our property lawyers near Worksop have in-depth knowledge of both the national property market and the local Worksop market. This gives us an edge over firms which only deal with local transactions.
We also frequently use video conferencing to speak to clients around the UK and the world.
Whether you work with our Worksop team in person, or you use our online conveyancing service, our legal obligations to you remain the same. There are no differences to the service you receive, and we are fully insured just in case.
We are accredited with the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme. This means that we will:
- Provide high quality legal advice
- Get your conveyancing transaction completed as efficiently as possible
- Provide top quality customer service and respond to queries quickly
- Keep you regularly updated and never leave you in the dark about the status of your transaction
- Be upfront and honest about your fees – we will provide you with an accurate quote before you instruct us so that you can decide whether we are right for you
We are also Lexcel accredited by the Law Society. Lexcel is only awarded to firms that demonstrate the highest levels of customer service and practice management.
Our conveyancing fees – how much does our conveyancing cost in Worksop?
We offer a range of flexible fees for our conveyancing work in Worksop, including fixed fees for straightforward conveyancing work, which means you will know how much your conveyancing will cost from the outset. Complex conveyancing work may incur additional costs, but if this is likely to be the case, you will be informed by your solicitor.
There are other costs involved in the conveyancing process known as disbursements. These will be broken down in your initial quote. Disbursements could involve things like the costs of conducting conveyancing searches or registering transactions at HM Land Registry.
Your transaction may also be affected by tax, such as Stamp Duty Land Tax or Capital Gains Tax. If this is the case, your conveyancing solicitor will help you calculate how much is owed and file the return with HMRC.
How does the conveyancing process work in Worksop?
There are three main stages to be aware of when you buy or sell a home:
- Offer and acceptance
- Exchange of contracts
When an offer is accepted on a home, the buyer and seller enter into a contract which is not yet legally binding. Either party can pull out without receiving a penalty.
At this stage, the buyer should seek out as much information about the property with the assistance of their conveyancer. The information they seek could include:
- Reviewing property information provided by the seller and making further enquiries if necessary (done by the conveyancing solicitor)
- Conducting conveyancing property searches, such as local authority checks (done by the conveyancing solicitor)
- Carrying out an independent survey (done by the buyer)
If the buyer needs a mortgage, they will likely apply for one at this stage.
Once the conveyancing searches have been carried out and the buyer is happy, contracts are then exchanged. The transaction will now be legally binding and if either party pulls out, they will receive a penalty.
Completion is when the transaction becomes official. A transfer deed will be submitted to HM Land Registry and the seller will have to vacate the property so the buyer can move in.
How long does conveyancing take in Worksop?
Under normal circumstances, conveyancing work tends to take around 12-14 weeks from the date an offer is accepted and conveyancing solicitors are instructed.
However, there are a number of factors which may affect the time it takes to complete a transaction and delays to the process can occur. If your transaction is likely to face delays, your solicitors will let you know what the best course of action is.
What searches are involved in conveyancing in Worksop?
Your conveyancer will carry out a number of checks when you are buying a home, ensuring that there are no issues present that need to be addressed. These are called conveyancing searches.
There are three main checks:
- Local authority checks – to check the surrounding area for planning, pollution, highway, pollution or other related issues
- Environmental searches – to check for issues such as flooding or land contamination
- Water and drainage searches – to check matters such as water and drainage access
Depending on the type of property in question, as well as where it is situated, further checks might be needed. If this is the case, your conveyancing solicitor will let you know.
How do you instruct our conveyancing solicitors near Worksop?
Our conveyancing team will be on hand to guide you through the initial stages of your transaction. Once your file is opened, they can then work alongside you as your case progresses.
Whether you are moving to, from or across Worksop, our conveyancers will be able to lend their expertise.
Get in touch with our conveyancing solicitors near Worksop
Used Bird & Co Conveyancing to be my legal team for the purchase of my new home. Victoria W and her team were fantastic throughout, always kept me in the know which was reassuring.Nathan P
Bird & Co have always been extremely efficient and unlike other conveyancing firms are very proactive. Seb & Donna always respond same day and they represent excellent value for money - they come highly recommended.Jake Margiotta