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Residential Conveyancing Solicitors

Moving house can be an exciting yet daunting experience. At Wildings Solicitors, we understand the complexities of residential conveyancing and are here to guide you through every step, ensuring a smooth and stress-free transition. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, a seasoned homeowner, or navigating an investment property, our experienced team provides comprehensive legal expertise and unwavering support.

Our Residential Conveyancing Services:

  • Purchases: We handle all legal aspects of buying a property, from negotiating contracts and searches to exchange and completion.
  • Sales: We manage the legal process of selling your property, ensuring compliance, maximizing your return, and minimizing delays.
  • Remortgages: We assist with refinancing your existing mortgage, securing competitive rates and navigating legal formalities.
  • Transfer of Equity: We facilitate the legal transfer of property ownership shares between co-owners.
  • Leasehold Transactions: We guide you through the legalities of buying, selling, or extending leasehold properties.

Why Choose Wildings Solicitors?

  • Proven Track Record: We boast a strong success rate in handling residential conveyancing transactions across the UK.
  • Client-Centric Approach: We prioritize your needs and preferences, keeping you informed and involved throughout the process.
  • Clear Communication: We explain legal complexities in straightforward terms, ensuring you understand every step.
  • Efficient & Proactive: We work diligently to meet deadlines and anticipate potential challenges, minimizing delays and disruptions.
  • Cost-Effective Solutions: We offer transparent fee structures and work efficiently to manage your legal expenses.
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If you are selling a property Wildings Solicitors have the experience and expertise to ensure that the process runs smoothly. Selling a house can be a stressful experience: with huge amounts of information to consider, dates to arrange and documents to complete; the process can become quite overwhelming.

When you instruct a residential conveyancing solicitor, you ensure that any stress will be avoided and your assets will be protected.

As well as offering you informed and jargon-free advice, there are a variety of things a solicitor can assist with when selling a property.

Our residential conveyancing solicitors in Birmingham & residential conveyancing solicitors in Manchester can help with the following:

  • Drafting a contract for the sale
  • Arranging for the contracts to be signed
  • Arranging title deeds
  • Assisting you with the completion of the required documentation

Book your free initial consultation to discuss selling a house today. Freephone 0330 333 8797, request a callback or email info@wildings-solicitors.co.uk.


As well as being extremely exciting, buying a property can be complicated and stressful. Having the support of a specialist conveyancing solicitor can help to make the process more manageable.

When buying a property, a Residential Conveyancing solicitor can assist you with the actual process, with property searches, extra legal considerations (inheritance, wills etc…).

Our team give our clients practical advice and jargon-free explanations of any complex procedures or legislation. Contact our offices for your initial non-obligation call with a specialist today. Freephone 0330 333 8797, request a callback or email us at info@wildings-solicitors.co.uk.

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A re-mortgage is the process by which you take out a new mortgage on a property that you already own.

Whether you are looking for a better rate, your current deal is about to end or you wish to borrow extra money, re-mortgages are becoming an increasingly popular option for many homeowners.

There are a variety of ways in which a solicitor can assist you when it comes to re-mortgages. Our solicitors in Birmingham have 30 years of experience in providing clients with specialist residential conveyancing advice. Below are some of the ways that our team of experts can assist:

  • Dealing with the requirements of the new lender
  • Investigating the title
  • Checking the rights and burdens affecting the property
  • Completion of statements

A Transfer of Equity changes the legal ownership of a property. This could be either by adding someone onto the property or removing someone from the title.

A Transfer of Equity can be used in different types of situations and purposes, for example:

  • In marriage – one spouse may wish to make a transfer of equity in the family property to the other spouse
  • For re-mortgage purposes, to improve credit rating
  • Divorce or separation- one party may purchase the others share or it may be transferred as part of a court settlement
  • As a gift – parents often gift a share of the property or the entire property to their children

Our specialist Residential Conveyancing solicitors have considerable experience in dealing with all types of Deeds of Gifts or Transfer of Equity and will be happy to offer specialist support and advice at all stages of the transfer of equity process.

Please be reassured that we are particularly sensitive to the fact that in certain situations there are multiple parties involved in a transfer, such as outgoing parties, incoming parties and mortgage lenders. We have the experience to ensure that the Transfer of Equity process runs smoothly.

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Under the Right to Buy scheme if have been a secure tenant for two years or more in a property owned by a local authority or certain housing associations, you may be able to buy your home at discount calculated on the length of the tenancy.

Our Residential Conveyancing Solicitors can assist if you wish to exercise your right to buy. Book your initial non-obligation call with our team for more information about the Right to Buy scheme. Freephone 0330 333 8797, request a callback or email info@wildings-solicitors.co.uk.


You must meet the criteria below to be eligible for Right to Buy:

  • You are required to be a council tenant
  • The particular property must be the only home you are a resident of.
  • You must have resided in the property for more than three years
  • You must be free from any legal debt
  • You cannot have any outstanding possession orders against you
  • The property must not have an outstanding demolition order

Often the starting point will be to complete a notice claiming a right to buy. You will also have to consider how the purchase will be funded and you may need to get a loan or mortgage to enable you to exercise the Right to Buy.

It is important to get the right legal advice from the outset so that you are aware what the implications of the purchase will be and Wildings Solicitors will be happy to advise you.

Some of the issues you will need to consider are your potential responsibilities for the costs of maintaining the property including routine repairs and major structural repairs and improvements. If you become a leaseholder by buying your flat, you should be aware that you will have to pay service charges each year, and also meet the costs of major repairs and refurbishment which can be substantial.

Once you have instructed Wildings we will ask for the paperwork from the council/housing association and peruse the documentation and report to you accordingly.

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At Wildings our property solicitors have years of experience advising clients in relation to purchases of plots of land. We also regularly assist individuals who buys a new build house.

Our property solicitors can make you aware of any potential pitfalls or legal issues related to purchases or sales, saving you significant time with the necessary paperwork and enquiries.

Wildings property solicitors have acted for numerous private buyers over the years in relation to new builds.

Buying a new build house is a more complex transaction than the purchase of an existing house or building and some matters additional to those relevant to a purchase of an existing property must be considered. For these reasons it is advisable to seek the services of an expert property solicitor.

Wildings can assist with the purchases of properties that have been developed or bought on a bespoke plot sale basis.

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Wildings residential conveyancing solicitors can assist you with property auction sales and purchases.

Our residential conveyancing solicitors have many years of experience in dealing with the sale and purchase of properties by way of a property auction and can guide you through the process.

Buying and selling through property auctions has become much more common over the last few years and we can assist in all aspects of such transactions.

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To continue to develop our reputation for trustworthiness, respect for individuals, families and businesses.

Don't Let Legal Complexities Derail Your Move

Wildings Solicitors empowers you to navigate the intricacies of residential conveyancing with confidence. We handle the legal formalities, advocate for your best interests, and ensure a smooth transition to your new home. Contact us today for a free initial consultation and discover how our expertise can guide you through every step of your property journey.

Questions You Might Have (FAQs)

While not mandatory, legal expertise ensures smooth transactions,protects your interests, and minimizes risks.

We offer transparent fee structures, and our costs vary depending on the complexity of your transaction.

Timeframes depend on factors like chain breaks and property type, but typically range from 6-8 weeks.

We guide you through the legal steps and advise on potential compensation you may be entitled to.

Absolutely! We walk you through the process step-by-step, explaining unfamiliar terms and ensuring your confidence.

It is essential for us to give you right guidance, please do not delay to take the first step and contact us!

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