Buying property on a buy-to-let basis can be an exciting experience. However, as a commercial transaction it does come with a number of obligations and legal requirements which are time consuming and need to be handled correctly from the outset – which is why our conveyancing solicitors are here to help.
With over 150 years’ experience of handing commercial property needs for our clients, we have the capability to deal with every legal aspect of a client’s buy-to-let purchase.
Whether you’re an experienced landlord with a wide property portfolio or making your first buy-to-let acquisition, by working with our professional team of conveyancing solicitors you’ll find the journey far more rewarding, both in the short and long term. We will advise you on your legal rights and obligations as well as all financial implications, so you know exactly what you’re letting yourself into.
We always provide a professional and personal approach, and you’ll work directly with one of our property lawyers who will manage your transaction from initial offer through to completion.
Our buy-to-let service is comprehensive, competitive, and tailored for your individual purchase and needs.
As a guide, we can help you with:
We are here to support you at every stage of the purchase process, advising you on all legal aspects of your buy-to-let property acquisition. Responsive to your requirements, we provide an efficient and seamless service that won’t delay the transaction – but will ensure any potential issues are highlighted and dealt with immediately to save you stress at a later date.
Our understanding of property rentals and the buy-to-let market is thorough and current, which is why our property lawyers are able to provide a complete service to all clients.
Highly accredited and committed to making sure every buy-to-let transaction is a success and in the best interest of the client, our property lawyers can help with your purchase, regardless of the size of property or transaction.
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