At IBB Solicitors, our residential conveyancing team is the largest in West London and surrounding home counties with a vast breadth and depth of experience in bespoke as well as standard conveyancing transactions.
Guiding you through the conveyancing process
Our residential conveyancing solicitors provide professional legal advice on all aspects of buying and selling property. The team is based in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, and covers the neighbouring areas of Amersham, Chorleywood, Rickmansworth, The Chalfonts, Gerrards Cross, Beaconsfield, Berkhamsted, the surrounding home counties and West London. We can meet you at our Chiltern office or a mutually convenient location.
A quality service
At IBB Solicitors our process and quality standards ensure all transactions are efficient and we promise to keep you up to date at all times regarding your sale or purchase.
We are also fully accredited and a member of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme – giving you absolute peace of mind that you are getting the best possible conveyancing service. We serve on the panels for all major mortgage lenders in the UK.
Our residential conveyancing experts can advise on a range of services including:
- Buying and selling your home
- Leasehold property purchase and sale
- Equity release
- Transfer of property or a share in a property
- Joint ownership
- Declarations of trust
- First registrations
- Lease extensions and leasehold enfranchisement
- Auction property sales and purchases
- Land acquisition
- Property investment
- Small-scale development
- Landlord services
IBB’s team of property solicitors can advise on all aspects of buying, selling and mortgaging property. We are always happy to speak to you about the progress of your sale/purchase on the telephone at any time. For more information or advice from our residential conveyancing solicitors in Buckinghamshire, call us today on 01494 790013 or 01494 790071 or email us.
This information was sourced from the IBB Solicitors website.
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