Delays in the Conveyancing Process Guide

The conveyancing process can be delayed by many things and it’s important to note that often these are out of the control of your conveyancer or estate agent. Typically, delays in the conveyancing process are caused further down the property chain when waiting for information from other parties involved in the transaction. The longer the… Read more »

Conveyancing Fees

Our residential property solicitors will expertly guide you through the conveyancing process of moving house, with all its highs and lows in what can be an incredibly stressful time. We will carefully handle your sale or purchase from start to finish, keeping you informed every step of the way. Our conveyancing costs: Our Conveyancing team… Read more »

Extension on a Private Property Lease

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We acted for a client who was selling a private flat. Only when a sale had been agreed and we were instructed, did she realise that the lease had only 60 years to run and was not acceptable as security to the buyer’s lender, and therefore not acceptable to any buyer, without the lease being… Read more »

Lost Title Deeds

If you have lost the title deeds to your property or land and it’s not registered with the Land Registry, there could be knock on effects when looking to sell or if another party is trying to claim possession. Our team of Residential Property Solicitors can advise you on replacing lost title deeds and how… Read more »

Land Registry First Registration

The registration of land and property was created back in 1925 and is now compulsory when buying a property or piece of land. However, it is still common, particularly throughout the North West region, for land to be unregistered. Our Residential Property Solicitors can help you through the land registry first registration process to provide… Read more »

Joint Ownership of a Property and Co-ownership

If you’re purchasing a property with a friend, family member or partner you need to consider how you hold the property and how you protect your interests should there be any disputes in the future. At SAS Daniels we can help you iron out each component when it comes to the joint ownership of a… Read more »

Remortgage Conveyancing Solicitors

If you’re considering remortgaging your home, whether it’s to get a better rate from your lender or change to a buy-to-let mortgage, our Conveyancing team can guide you through the process from start to finish ensuring your remortgage is dealt to the highest standard. What’s involved in the remortgage conveyancing process? When it comes to… Read more »

Transfer of Equity

Transfer of Equity (or Transfer of Ownership) is the legal process for changing the legal ownership of a property, whether you wish to add or remove a person from the ownership of a property, or even change the person(s) entirely. At SAS Daniels, we aim to provide clear and sensible advice about your available options… Read more »

Buying a Retirement Home

The process of buying a retirement home is slightly different to the purchase of a standard flat or apartment due to the restrictions on occupation and conditions imposed by landlords. Our Residential Property team have specialist knowledge and experience in this area of conveyancing and can guide you through the process of buying a retirement… Read more »