Conveyancing Solicitors In Birmingham

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  • Stone King LLP

    Specialist legal advice

    Stone King LLP

    Stone King LLP

    Specialist legal advice

    I Hub Offices, Colmore Gate, 2-6 Colmore Row, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 2QD

    0121 516 3151

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  • Glover Priest Solicitors Limited

    Expert Knowledge, Considerable Experience and a Personable Nature

    Glover Priest Solicitors Limited

    Glover Priest Solicitors Limited

    Expert Knowledge, Considerable Experience and a Personable Nature

    56 Springfield Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B14 7DY

    01214440030

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  • Barnes and Partners

    Barnes and Partners

    65 Church Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 2DP

    01212274721

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  • Weightmans LLP

    Weightmans LLP

    St Philips Point, Temple Row, Birmingham, West Midlands, B2 5AF

    0121 632 6100

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  • Mantilla & Stonerwood Solicitors

    Mantilla & Stonerwood Solicitors

    Unit 116 Albert Wing, The Argent Centre, 60 Frederick Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 3HS

    0121 236 7959

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  • Walters and Co Limited

    Walters and Co Limited

    2nd Floor, Quayside Tower, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2HF

    01216982000

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  • Z.legal Solicitors

    Z.legal Solicitors

    52 Lozells Road, Lozells, Birmingham, B19 2TJ

    0121 523 2970

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  • Margetts & Ritchie

    Margetts & Ritchie

    Coleridge Chambers, 177 Corporation Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 6RL

    0121 236 5517

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  • Gateley Plc

    Gateley Plc

    111 Edmund Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 2HJ

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  • Clarke Willmott Trust Corporation Limited

    Clarke Willmott Trust Corporation Limited

    138 Edmund Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 2ES

    0845 209 1000

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  • Simon Burn Solicitors Limited

    Simon Burn Solicitors Limited

    43 Temple Row, Birmingham, Birmingham, West Midlands, B2 5LS

    0121 371 0301

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  • Riley Hayes & Co

    Riley Hayes & Co

    911, Walsall Road, Great Barr, Birmingham, W Midlands, B42 1TN

    01215222331

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  • Capsticks Solicitors LLP

    Capsticks Solicitors LLP

    35 Newhall Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 3PU

    0121 230 1500

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  • Wildings Solicitors LLP

    Wildings Solicitors LLP

    862-864 Washwood Heath Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B8 2NG

    0121 786 2555

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  • E S N Solicitors

    E S N Solicitors

    267 - 269 High Street, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, B23 6SR

    0121 377 7773

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Guide To Birmingham Conveyancing And Property Law Solicitors

Buying or selling a property can be a stressful and tense undertaking, though finding a skilled and experienced conveyancing solicitor in Birmingham need not become an additional concern. Our database holds the contact details of no less than 165 different conveyancing solicitors in the city, enabling clients to quickly and easily find and compare local solicitors to assist with a multitude of conveyancing needs. With individuals advised to seek out quotes from at least three firms prior to instructing one, our easy to navigate database makes contacting solicitors in Birmingham and nearby incredibly quick and easy.

Can a conveyancing solicitor in Birmingham help me buy my first home?

Buying your first home is an exciting and nerve racking time and so ensuring that your rights and new property are protected from the outset is wise and encouraged. A Birmingham conveyancing solicitor will help first time buyers in ensuring that they have completed all necessary forms properly and that all requirements are submitted in time.

The solicitor can help to protect their client's purchase through giving advice with regards to surveys, energy ratings and important insurances. The solicitor will be knowledgeable and experienced in assessing areas of vulnerability, such as those presented in areas of flood risks or properties built from non-standard materials. In turn, they will help the buyer to recognise potential threats and overcome them by ensuring that the client is legally protected in some way, whether that be through agreements or insurances.

Can a conveyancing solicitor in Birmingham help me if I am gazumped?

Being gazumped means that a seller accepts your offer on their property and then afterwards accepts a higher bid from somebody else. Your options in this case are to offer yet another higher bid or cut your losses and find another property.

Gazumping is an entirely legal action in England and Wales, and so the solicitor will not be able to force the seller to honour your original offer, but they can offer sound advice on whether a higher bid from yourself is realistic and advisable. The solicitor will explain the risks of further gazumping and help you to understand ways in which you might prevent further disappointment. The solicitor may suggest that offers made on a property are subject to the agreement of the seller that they will immediately remove the property from the market and will not take further offers. By entering into such an arrangement, the buyer is better protected from future disappointments.

Can a conveyancing solicitor assist me in arranging financial matters for a house purchase?

It will be your responsibility to source and provide the funds for your house purchase. This may mean that you apply for a mortgage from one of the countless lenders available or that you arrange for the release of savings or investments. Your solicitor will help you to understand the most beneficial ways to fund a purchase based on your personal circumstances.

The conveyancing solicitor will also hold the responsibility for holding and transferring deposit payments and balances at the necessary times. This allows the client the security of knowing that funds are managed by the solicitor, rather than entering into personal bank transfer arrangements.

How much will a Birmingham solicitor charge me?

The amount that your solicitor charges you will vary depending upon a number of factors such as the firm's rates, the solicitor's experience levels, the complexity of your case and how and when payment will be made.

Many solicitors offer an initial consultation at no charge and so clients are able to source quotes and find out about how and when fees should be paid, prior to instructing a firm. This is an excellent opportunity for clients to see whether set-fees are offered by the solicitor or whether their charges are variable dependent upon how the case progresses. It is vital to understand the information concerning costs and payments from the outset to ensure that expectations and finances can be managed effectively.

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