Residential Property Department
Gregory Abrams Davidson’s specialist property team believes in efficiency, transparency and speed, delivered with expert knowledge gained through over 40 years of experience.
Our Specialist Conveyancing Team
Our specialist team of lawyers and support staff have, between them, many years of conveyancing experience and they are experts in delivering high quality work in all matters relating to property.
Irrespective of who works on your matter, you will receive the same high level of service, care and experience – whatever the transaction.
To find out a bit more about some of the areas related to residential property transactions, why not have a look at some of our informative factsheets.
- Buying development land and making a profit
- Listed buildings and conservation areas
- Boundary disputes and rights over property
- Sharing property with the elderly
- Stamp Duty Land Tax, and
- Property investment – buy to let
Alternatively, for a full list of factsheets please go to our main personal factsheet page.
Find out what others think of the services we offer.
The conveyancing process is not always easy to understand and with all of the other things that you have to think about when moving house it can sometimes seem somewhat overwhelming. Here at Gregory Abrams Davidson we hope to help you cope with everything that moving house can bring.
With a team that spans the country, Gregory Abrams Davidson offers a fast, effective and economical service, and will help you to manage the process with complete transparency over all costs, including stamp duty and Land Registry fees.
To help make understanding the whole process that little bit easier, please follow the links below to our various information pages.
Our Conveyancing Services
Follow the links below to find out a little more about what is involved in several of the types of property work that we undertake.
Please note that we also undertake the following types of property related work:
- Tenancy agreements
- Probate sales
- Right to buy from your landlord
- Enfranchisement (buying your flat’s freehold)
If you would like further information about these or any other of our services then please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
What are the costs?
There are two elements to the costs of a property transaction – the fees we charge for doing the work and the payments we have to make in order to carry out the transaction for you.
Our fees, and the payments we make on your behalf, will depend upon the value of the property, the nature of the transaction and where the property is located. We will always make sure that you are fully aware of all of the charges that apply.
How long will it take?
We will always try and make sure that your property transaction takes no longer than is absolutely necessary. However, the length of time may be dependent upon factors outside of your or our control.
The average process takes between 8-12 weeks. Sometimes, if it is a simple transaction without a long chain of related transactions then it might be quicker. however, if there are lots of parties involved and a long chain of transactions, it might take longer.
For example, if you are a first time buyer, purchasing a new build property with a mortgage that has been agreed, it could take 8-10 weeks. However, if you are buying and selling a property and those to whom you are selling have not had a mortgage approved or those from whom your buying have problems with their related transaction then it can take considerably longer. This may also be reflected in the price that we need to charge – especially if substantial negotiations are involved.
We will always make sure that you are kept fully up-to-date with the likely time-scale.