Whether you're looking to change mortgage providers, consolidate outstanding debts, or release equity from your home for home improvements, if you're looking to remortgage your home, you'll need the help of an experienced Property Solicitor.
Although remortgaging an existing home is not as complicated as buying a new home outright, it can still be a complex legal process. Our team have worked on behalf of thousands of clients throughout the Northwest region and we're here to help you.
Buying properties with the sole intention of letting them out is an increasingly popular method of investment in the UK. Here at Rowlinsons we have helped thousands of clients successfully procure buy to let homes, helping them through the legal documentation that must be completed, and providing advice and guidance.
Whether you're looking to buy your very first Buy-to-Let property or are looking to add to an existing property portfolio, contact us today to find out how we could help you.
Buying or selling a property at auction can be a great way to grab a bargain, but it's important that you have legal representation prior to the auction taking place.
Unlike traditional property sales, where the sale is not finalised until a contract between the seller and the buyer is formally exchanged, auction sales are considered legally binding as soon as the seller makes the definitive bid.
The contract that is ultimately formed is based on a legal pack that is submitted to the auction prior to the event by the seller.
With this in mind, it's imperative that auction sellers enlist the help of a qualified solicitor to check the contents of the pack and ensure everything is in order. Similarly, auction property buyers should request the packs of any properties they are interested in and send them to their solicitors for evaluation.
Limited Company Property Purchases
If you're looking to buy a property through a Limited Company, contact us today to find out how we can help with your conveyancing needs. Often, buying a property through a Limited Company is more complicated than buying a property in the traditional way, which is why it's imperative that you have the guidance and backing of a qualified and knowledgeable conveyancing professional who is experienced in handling Limited Company Purchases.
In recent years, this type of property purchase has grown in popularity, and we have helped clients throughout Cheshire and the Northwest purchase properties through Limited Companies.
We understand that selling a property through probate can be a very emotional time. We'll do everything we can to make the sale process as easy and as fast-paced as possible for you and your loved ones. Similarly, if you're looking to buy a house that is in probate, you'll need the legal assistance of an experienced solicitor.
Purchasing Repossessed Property
Repossessed homes are bought directly from the mortgage lender, which often means the conveyancing process must progress quickly. Generally speaking, most lenders want the sale of the property finalised within twenty-eight days, which means you'll need the help of an experienced and efficient legal professional if you're looking to buy a repossessed property. Often, repossessed properties come with less information than standard houses, which means surveys are more likely to be required.
Here at Rowlinsons, we have helped clients throughout the Northwest successfully secure repossessed house swiftly and without unnecessary delay, and we're here to help you. From the moment we're instructed, we'll use our knowledge and expertise to set the conveyancing process in motion as soon as possible.
First Time Buyers
For first-time buyers (and even experienced ones), the legal process of buying a house can be incredibly daunting, which is why you'll need a Property Solicitor who is not only a highly experienced legal professional, but also a friendly, approachable and compassionate individual who'll be there for you every step of the way.
Over the years, our dedicated team have helped thousands of first-time buyers purchase the homes of their dreams, overseeing every aspect of the conveyancing journey, from assessing mortgages offers and deposits to exchanging contracts.
Help to Buy
Introduced by the government in 2013, Help to Buy was designed to make it easier for individuals to access the property ladder and buy their own properties. There are many myths concerning the Help to Buy scheme, including the unfounded view that it is only available to first-time buyers.
While the Help to Buy scheme does offer first-time buyers the opportunity to buy a home with only a 5% deposit, it can also be used to secure discounts on council properties and facilitate shared ownership deals. Whatever the circumstances of your Help to Buy purchase, you can be confident that our solicitors are well-versed in the legal complexities of the scheme and are well-placed to help you buy your property.
Shared Ownership, otherwise known as Shared Equity, is a form of property ownership that involves sharing ownership of the property with another person, usually a credited landlord or a Housing Association. Often referred to as 'part rent, part buy' schemes, Shared Ownerships allow buyers to buy a part of their property outright (and pay a mortgage for that amount) and pay rent, directly to a landlord, for the other part. Shared Ownership is becoming an increasingly popular method of property purchase in the UK, and our expert team of solicitors have successfully helped hundreds of clients through the process of purchasing property through a shared ownership scheme.
Right to Buy
The right to buy scheme makes it possible for tenants of council properties to buy their home for a reduced price. Our team are well-versed in helping clients with this, allowing you to buy the home you live in. Our brilliant team at Rowlinsons can help you with the entire process.