d and h law offer expert advice on buying and selling property in Scotland, removing some of the stress from conveyancing and searches.

What is conveyancing?

Buying or selling a property can be an exciting, if not daunting, process. Having the right property lawyer to guide you through the conveying experience can make all the difference, but what exactly is conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the legal transfer of a property from one owner to another.

Conveyancing is the entirety of the legal and administrative work that ensures that a house purchase is valid under the law.

Expert advice on buying and selling property in Scotland

At d and h law we understand that buying and selling property can be complicated – that’s why our goal is to keep things simple and remove some of the stress.

We can take care of all the legal services connected to the purchase and sale of property anywhere in Scotland.

Whether you are buying or selling a property, there are many legal processes that must be completed.

From ensuring that you have met all the legal requirements for your mortgage, to conducting searches and advising on the findings, preparing contracts, and exchanging title deeds, d and h can take the hassle out of the process.

Our experienced and friendly conveyancing team will ensure that everything possible is done to make your transaction as smooth as possible and stay in touch, so you know what is happening and when.

We can also advise on offers and create a strategy to secure your chosen property.

When in your buying process should you contact a conveyancing solicitor?

These days, it’s often crucial to move quickly when you’re buying or selling a house. Knowing when on your buying journey to contact a conveyancing solicitor is crucial.

Your conveyancing solicitor can help you from the very beginning, and it is recommended that you contact a conveyancing solicitor as soon as you decide to buy a property or put your own property on the market.

Having a conveyancing solicitor in place also sends a clear message to your buyers or seller than you’re serious about this move, placing you in the strongest possible position.

It could mean that your offer is chosen above someone else’s who is not as prepared.

Get in touch with d and h today to discover how we can help.


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