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Buying, selling or dealing with residential property is likely to be one of the biggest and costliest transactions you will complete in your life. That’s why getting the right advice and support so you can make decisions confidently is of the utmost importance.
Whether you are buying, selling or remortgaging property, looking to extend a lease, or you need help with a landlord and tenant dispute, our expert residential property solicitors are here to help.
At Taylor Fordyce, we can assist with a wide range of residential property matters. We regularly help all types of client, from first time buyers to seasoned property investors and landlords. So whatever your needs and expectations, you can trust us to get the job done.
We pride ourselves on delivering positive outcomes efficiently and for a competitive price. Our firm are members of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme for our high standards of advice and representation in sales and purchases of residential property. This accreditation also marks us as a trusted legal practitioner for lenders, brokers, insurers and other vital stakeholders who will be involved in your transaction.
Our clients come to us from across Berkshire and Hampshire for our experience and personal, tailored service. For reliable advice about residential property, get in touch with our friendly, approachable solicitors by giving us a call at your local branch in Alresford, Sunningdale or Winchester. Alternatively, you can get in touch by filling in our online enquiry form.
Our residential property solicitors’ expertise
We have crafted our residential property service to meet the needs of real people. We can offer you:
- Legal expertise
- A direct line to our residential property team
- A listening ear
- Personal advice tailored to your interests
- A proactive and responsive service
Our expertise includes:
Moving home is a huge step. Whether you are buying your first home, upsizing to grow your family, or downsizing for retirement, we can help you achieve your property goals. Our conveyancing solicitors will handle all legal aspects of the transaction on your behalf, including:
- Undertaking checks and searches to ensure there are no issues with the property
- Liaising with stakeholders such as your mortgage lender
- Ensuring the transaction is completed accurately at the Land Registry
Our ultimate goal will be to make the conveyancing process as seamless and stress-free as possible. We work quickly, are highly responsive, and promise to provide regular updates on the progress of your residential property transaction.
Visit our Residential Pricing page for information about how much your transaction could cost. You can also visit our dedicated Conveyancing Solicitors page for more detailed information about our service.
How does the conveyancing process work?
We’ve put together this handy flowchart to give you an idea of how your conveyancing transaction will progress. For more tailored information, please do not hesitate to get in touch for a quote and discussion about your individual transaction.
Remortgaging can have many benefits, such as saving you a significant amount of money or helping you free up equity to pay for things like home improvements. Our remortgage solicitors can handle the legal aspects of the process on your behalf, such as liaising with your lender and ensuring the transaction is properly registered at the Land Registry.
Visit our Remortgage Pricing page for information about how much your remortgage legal fees could cost.
If you own a leasehold property (usually a flat, but sometimes a house can also be leasehold), you are likely to have important legal rights that you can use to strengthen your ownership. We can provide advice about:
- Buying or selling a leasehold property
- Lease extension – to make your lease longer and increase its value
- Collective enfranchisement – the process of collectively buying the freehold to your flat building with the other flat owners
- Buying the freehold of house
- Right to manage – taking over the management of your flat building
- Right of first refusal – the right to collectively enfranchise if your freeholder wants to sell your building
Visit our Leasehold Residential Purchase Pricing page for information about how much it could cost to buy a leasehold home.
If you have an assured shorthold tenancy or a periodic tenancy, we can provide advice on your rights and obligations and provide a robust dispute resolution and litigation service. We act for both landlords and tenants in matters such as:
- Rent arrears disputes
- Repairs and maintenance
- Deposit disputes
- Restrictive covenants
- Possession proceedings
- Residential evictions
We take a constructive approach to disputes where possible. Although you are likely to feel frustrated about the situation, you could save considerable time, costs and stress by settling the matter out of court. We will always strive to achieve the best outcome for you while keeping costs proportionate and preserving relationships.
For more information, please visit our Landlord and Tenant page.
Residential property dispute resolution and litigation
Our highly skilled litigation solicitors can help you resolve a wide range of residential property disputes, including:
- Rent arrears
- Possession proceedings
- Ground rent and service charge disputes
- Lease extension and enfranchisement disputes
- Rights of way and boundary disputes
- Planning disputes and appeals
- Restrictive covenants
- Trespass and adverse possession
In the majority of cases, we can utilise strong negotiation skills to strategically secure positive solutions without the dispute escalating to court. That being said, we will vigorously fight your corner throughout the matter, including robustly representing you during court proceedings if that is the best option for you.
Get in touch with our residential property solicitors today
For reliable advice about residential property, get in touch with our friendly, approachable solicitors by giving us a call at your local branch in Alresford, Sunningdale or Winchester. Alternatively, you can get in touch by filling in our online enquiry form.