At Ashtons Legal, our conveyancing solicitors in Cambridge, Norwich, Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds are dedicated to providing you with a service that is user-friendly and straightforward.
Our experienced team of conveyancing lawyers are an accredited member of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme – the mark of excellence for the home buying process.
Whilst your property sale or purchase is handled by one individual, any member of the team can step in when required. We know that buying or selling your home is both stressful and exciting, and we will keep you well informed throughout the process, guiding you every step of the way. Our lawyers will pay close attention to detail and work hard to minimise delays.
Our residential conveyancing team can assist with
- buying and selling property
- mortgages and re-mortgages
- transfers of equity
- equity release
- lease extensions
- new build and help to buy
- adverse possession
- right to buy
- shared ownership
- voluntary first registrations
- declarations of Trust
- small-scale new build site set up and plot sales (our specialist Plots Sales team deal with larger scale developments).
Working with Ashtons Legal conveyancing solicitors, you will get
- personal attention
- a dedicated team of specialists with years of experience
- professionalism and efficiency
- local knowledge and contacts
- attention to detail
Our pricing of residential property matters is transparent, and we do not believe in ‘hidden extras’. From the outset, we will provide you will a full breakdown of the costs of your transaction and an indication of the likely timescales involved. Should anything change in relation to either once matters are underway, we will let you know as soon as possible.
In general, our conveyancing charges start from £995.00 plus VAT, plus disbursements and expenses (these include search fees, land registry fees, fees to obtain leasehold information packs, bank charges and UK Stamp Duty Land Tax or Welsh Land Transfer Tax.
Any quote that we provide is based on the advice provided to us at that time and assumes that the transaction is ‘standard’ and has no unpredictable issues that may unusually lengthen the process or increase costs and expenses during the course of the transaction. The precise cost to you will depend on a number of factors, which we will discuss with you if you seek an estimation of fees.
While you may be able to get a cheaper estimate elsewhere, we do not believe that you will not get a more thorough or better value service anywhere.
For more information on pricing and what is included in our fees, please see our pricing page.
Our Residential Conveyancing team is also supported by other specialist departments within the firm, including:
- plot development team that deals with all aspects of new build developments
- lifetime planning team who deal with wills, trusts and probate matters
- dispute resolution team who advise on property disputes and tenant issues such as rent arrears/possession proceedings and deal with statutory lease extensions
- planning team who can assist with planning applications and appeals, and construction matters
- commercial property team that specialises in non-residential transactions, such as commercial buildings, shops, hotels, etc.
- agricultural & estates team who deal with farms and related property matters, renewables and farming subsidies.