Conveyancing Solicitors

Whether you’re buying a new home or selling an old one, property transactions can often be stressful for those involved. At least, that’s what we’ve heard.

Here at Graham Evans & Partners, our team of expert conveyancing solicitors have been assisting clients to move house with ease for years. With offices in Bridgend & Swansea our conveyancing solicitors are local to you. We believe that these transactions should be straightforward; and when they get complex, we have the expertise necessary to deal with them in a timely manner. Just as our offices expand through Wales, our reputation for high quality conveyancing service and level of client care continues to grow each day.

Our commitment is to offer you a quality service at a competitive cost. Our conveyancing solicitors high standards being evidenced by our Law Society Conveyancing accreditation setting the firm out as a specialist practice for the sale and purchase of property.

With a friendly attitude but determined approach, it’s the feeling satisfaction our clients get upon completion that drives us. For years, our conveyancing solicitors have been working with the community in Wales to ensure smooth property transactions from start to finish. Through this experience, we have gained an in depth understanding of each and every property related matter and the potential pitfalls that come with buying and selling property. This means that whatever issues occur during the process we’ll be at hand with a solution. It also means that you can guarantee a bespoke service from our conveyancing solicitors, with advice that’s tailored to fit your unique circumstances.

Buying and Selling property

When it comes to buying and selling property, we will keep you informed at all stages of the transaction. If a straightforward matter becomes complicated or circumstances arise which affect the moving date discussed with us then we will let you know and will discuss a revised time-scale. Once the matter has commenced, our conveyancing solicitors shall review it weekly and will report to you on progress when any steps are taken. You’ll never be kept in the dark, and we’ll always be here to help.

If you have any queries please call us on 01792 655822 or alternatively, you can email your enquiries to mail@geplegal.co.uk and one of our solicitors will be in touch as soon as they can.

Conveyancing Services

Our residential property team can assist you with the following:

  • Sales
  • Purchases
  • Remortgages
  • Buy to Let Mortgages
  • Transfer of Equity
  • Equity Release

Conveyancing FAQs

What is the conveyancing process?

The conveyancing process is the act of preparing the necessary documents in buying a residential property. This includes raising enquiries to decipher all relevant information regarding the property, as well as accepting a mortgage offer from a lender and exchanging contracts. While it can be done alone, instructing a specialist can reduce the time taken.

How long will it take?

While there is no guaranteed time frame, a straightforward property transaction usually takes between 6-8 weeks on average. This is usually down to the length of time it takes for a mortgage lender to issue an offer; or if the property is leasehold, how fast the seller is planning on moving out. If complications arise, the process might take 10-12 weeks, but it will rarely last longer than this.

At what stage can the buyer or seller pull out?

The buyer as well as the seller has the right to pull out of the transaction if they no longer wish to proceed at any point until the exchange of the contracts. 

What exactly are property searches?

Searches are the enquiries submitted to various relevant authorities to determine certain information about the property in question. This includes checking the legal title from the land registers, inspecting the regulation history of the property to determine any potential work needed, water and drainage searches as well as environmental searches. The information gained from these property searches are vital and can play a crucial role in a buyers decision to proceed with the purchase.