You will need to appoint a solicitor or licensed conveyancer as soon as possible after your offer is accepted.

"Conveyancing" is the legal process that must be followed to transfer the ownership of the property from the seller to you.

The legal aspects of buying a home can be complicated. Although in theory you can do the legal work yourself, in practice most home-buyers appoint a solicitor or a licensed conveyancer to do the legal work involved in buying a property. That person, known as the conveyancer, will be your legal adviser and will act for you.

If you do not have preferred solicitors please complete the contact form below and we will source one who is registered with the Law Society.