Bartletts' Liverpool City Centre based conveyancing solicitors can provide you with a no obligation immediate quotation
based on our transparent fixed fee structure
. There are no hidden fees involved at any stage.
Our job is to make the buying and selling of property go smoothly. Our solicitors are expert at buying or selling property in Liverpool at competitive fixed fee rates. Louise Nelson is a director of Bartletts Solicitors, and has been handling the sales and purchases of residential property in Liverpool and across Merseyside for 39 years. She will be happy to offer you a free telephone consultation. Appointments can also be made with Louise at our offices in Liverpool City Centre.
Our comprehensive conveyancing service offers you the speed, flexibility and quality assurance
you need to ensure your next move is a positive one. You are guaranteed a warm welcome
from our friendly, professional team. We offer a free no obligation fixed fee quotation.
Choosing a conveyancing solicitor who knows your local area is important, as they will have previously carried out the required legal searches in the area, and will have knowledge of any upcoming local developments that the buyer or seller may not be aware of. Experience is also an important factor, as not all solicitors deal with conveyancing matters, and it is essential that the paperwork involved is completed correctly and submitted to the relevant parties on time if delays or more serious problems in the property transaction process are to be avoided.
Conveyancing is the process of legally transferring a property from the seller to the buyer. The job of a conveyancing solicitor is to make this process as fast, smooth, and straightforward as possible, at what is usually a stressful time for both the buyer and seller. A significant amount of paperwork is involved, much of it drafted in antiquated legal jargon, that needs to be properly understood, and handled accurately and in a timely manner. Both property sellers and buyers, therefore, normally require legal assistance and guidance to drive the conveyancing process efficiently towards the successful completion of a sale or purchase. Finally, knowledge of the local area is essential.
Bartletts Solicitors is accredited by the Law Society for Conveyancing Quality. The Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Our firm offers a transparent fixed fee structure for buying or selling a property in Liverpool and Merseyside at competitive rates, and with no hidden costs. Louise and her team will be happy to offer you a free no obligation quotation over the telephone, via e-mail, or at Marldon Chambers.
Our residential conveyancing team can work with our Liverpool divorce solicitors
if you have any questions regarding the disposal of assets, such as property investments, and the divorce process generally.
In addition to residential conveyancing our Liverpool City Centre office offers property services including; commercial conveyancing and commercial property advice. Contact Christopher Bartlett
for these services.
Figures released by Halifax Bank show that the average UK house price reached a record high of £254,606 in March 2021, having increased by 6.5% (around £15,000 on average) over the course of the past year since the series of national lockdowns began in March 2020.
The bank credits the extended stamp duty holiday and ongoing Government support measures as the main reasons behind the robust health of the housing market, which ‘few could have predicted’ 12 months ago when the pandemic-related restrictions began, according to the Halifax’s managing director.
Among the support measures, the new mortgage guarantee scheme (under which the government ‘guarantees’ 95% mortgages for buyers with 5% deposits, and which is partially intended to encourage banks to offer similar mortgage terms) has made home ownership a more realistic prospect for first-time buyers
The stamp duty holiday extension until the end of June 2021 also contributed to the housing market’s resurgence in March, with prices rising by more than 1% from the previous month.
While the long-term outlook remains unpredictable, with buyers’ priorities likely to change due to the impact of the pandemic and the UK’s uncertain economic prospects, the shortage of homes for sale and tempting mortgage offers from lenders are likely to continue to support house prices for at least the remainder of the year.