If you are thinking about buying or selling your property, Horsey Lightly can help. Find out how our conveyancers will help you enjoy a smoother, more cost-effective purchase or sale.
Making your move stress-free
At Horsey Lightly, we understand that moving house can be one of the more stressful experiences in life. That’s why our team of conveyancers will work quickly to relieve you of the pressures you face, removing any obstacles standing between you and completion of your transaction.
Helping you understand the best approach
Whether you are buying your first home, relocating or re-financing, our expert team of conveyancing lawyers will apply the best approach to bring the results you need. Happily, our people will take time to explain the procedures involved. Readily, we will offer the advice and guidance you need, and discuss your individual concerns as necessary.
Conveyancing Quality Scheme
Horsey Lightly is accredited with this Law Society recognised standard. Property transactions can often be testing, particularly if two or more transactions need to be synchronised. Horsey Lightly uses a case management system which is designed specifically to save you time and stress – by merging key conveyancing processes into one seamless process.
New build expertise
Horsey Lightly benefits from a dedicated team of conveyancing solicitors who deal with the acquisition of newly built homes. Over time, we have developed excellent relationships with many developers in the local area and beyond. As a result, this team is involved with many of the local developments and experienced with the associated paperwork - paperwork that can often cause delays. This means we can identify and resolve potential problems before they happen, and all within short timeframes.
Specialists in Freehold and Leasehold law
As specialists in Freehold and Leasehold law, our conveyancing solicitors assist not only with buying and selling property, but also with any questions that can arise from its ownership, including:
- Rights of way
- Boundary disputes
- Joint ownership
- Tenancy agreements
- Service charges and
- Lease extensions