The first question you’ll be asked when you put in an offer on a property is the name and contact details of your solicitor or licensed conveyancer.

Conveyancing, the legal term for transferring ownership of property, can be quite overwhelming to organise, from having to deal with legal and financial matters to meeting regulatory requirements from the Land Registry and handling contracts.

At Smiths Financial, we can streamline all this and take all the stress out of the process for you.

Our conveyancing partners will make sure everything goes as efficiently as possible, including making sure all the necessary checks, enquiries, and searches – including local council, water and drainage and environmental searches – have been made.

In readiness for exchange, your conveyancer will also make sure you have all the key documents to complete the process. These include:

  • The Sellers Property Information Form
  • Fixtures, Fittings and Contents form
  • Title Information Document and Plan
  • Report confirming key points about the property and contract
  • Mortgage Deed and transfer for signing

Once all your conveyancing is wrapped up, you can get on with the most exciting part – exchanging contracts and enjoying your new property.

Ready to speak to us about our dedicated conveyancing services?

Get in touch and we can go through the whole process with you.