Residential Conveyancing

Direction Law provide a full service in relation to every aspect of buying and selling residential properties.

We deliver reliable, swift and pragmatic advice. Our specialist residential conveyancing lawyers are always available so, whether you’re buying or selling a family home or investment property, re-mortgaging or transferring equity, we work hard to deliver an unrivalled client experience. We ask the right questions – and provide innovative solutions. We provide our clients with regular updates.

We also know that delays, lack of communication and confusing legal jargon leave many feeling frustrated and disappointed when it comes to conveyancing. Understanding the process is the first step to taking control and making your conveyancing journey less stressful, so we will explain the process, provide you with regular updates and communicate with you, using simple plain English and minimise the use of jargon.

Direction Law’s residential conveyancing department acts for clients on the following types of transaction:

»     Selling a property

»     Buying a property

»     Auction property

»     Repossessed property

»     Lease extensions

»     Remortgages

»     Transfers of Equity

We also have a specialist department acting for buyers of newbuild properties and one acting for those buying or selling through an affordable housing scheme.

So whether you are buying a house or a flat, residential or buy to let, rural or urban, contact us using the form below or request a quotation now.

Who will act for you in your conveyancing transaction?

Files are allocated to various members of the team when they are opened, based on their current workload and the type of transaction, but a brief overview of which fee earners deal with each type of work can be seen if you click here and you can then read further information about them and their experience on the Our Team pages of this website.

What are the key stages in the process?

We appreciate that the conveyancing process can seem complicated and rather daunting, especially if you are a first time buyer. We have therefore made a short video which explains, very simply, the various stages in the conveyancing process. Please take 5 minutes to watch the video below, it should help you understand the work that we do on your behalf.