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We are independent and locally based but will deal with property transactions anywhere in Cornwall or England, even if you are instructing us from Australia!
Sales & Purchases (Freehold & Leasehold)
Our Conveyancing Department are experienced in all types of Freehold and Leadehold Sales & Purchases, and are particularly knowledgeable on the particular quirks of Conveyancing in Cornwall
Shared Ownership & Help to Buy Schemes
Shared ownership in the UK refers to a property scheme where a buyer purchases a share of the property and pays rent on the remaining portion, usually offered by housing associations. Residential conveyancing is necessary to handle the legal aspects of shared ownership, ensuring a proper and secure transfer of ownership rights between parties.
Re-mortgaging in the UK refers to the process of switching one's existing mortgage to a new lender or renegotiating the terms with the current lender, often done to secure better interest rates or release equity in residential properties. Residential conveyancing is an essential legal aspect involved in this transaction.
Transfers of Property & Land (Transfer of Equity)
Transfer of equity involves the legal process of transferring ownership of a property or land from one individual to a family member, often as a gift or part of inheritance. This transaction requires residential conveyancing to ensure a smooth and lawful transfer of ownership rights.
Auction Sales & Purchases
We can act for both sellers and prospective buyers at Auctions. Conveyancing involves the legal process of transferring property ownership from seller to buyer after a successful bid at an auction. We ensure that all legal aspects, such as title searches, contract reviews, and necessary documentation, are completed promptly and accurately to facilitate a smooth and secure transaction.
EQUITY RELEASE is a method that allows homeowners over the age of 55 to access otherwise tied-up equity (money) from their property. There are two main ways to achieve this: Lifetime Mortgages and Home Reversion Plans. Both options offer homeowners the opportunity to release funds from their property while retaining the right to live in it.
Conveyancing required under ongoing proceedings
(Matrimonial & Probate)
This may occur either if an estate has property that needs to be sold or transferred, or a divorce where the matrimonial homes need to be sold or transferred to one party.