Residential and Commercial Conveyancing
Our team has substantial experience of conveyancing and offers a full range of professional legal advice on buying and selling residential and commercial property in and around Edinburgh. Developments in property law take place regularly so it is important for clients to have the support of a highly experienced and informed team. We can explain the property buying and selling system in straightforward terms and guide you through each stage of the process.
Working closely with our solicitors, our dedicated team of property managers ensure that the process of buying or selling property is as stress-free as possible.
If you are buying, we will advise you on how much you can expect to pay, making use of our access to the ESPC past sales database. Additionally, we will look after all the technical aspects of the proceess for you. If you are buying for investment or letting, we can advise you on legal requirements and tax implications. If you require a mortgage, we have contacts who are independent mortgage advisers, and will be able to assist you to find the right motgage product.
When handling the sale of a property, you can expect our team to market your property efficiently and effectively, and achieve a competitive market price. We will handle all aspects of the sale from the estate agency through to the conveyancing and completion. We have tested various marketing strategies and all our properties will feature on our website and locally in our shop and offices in Corstorphine. As members of the ESPC, all properties have the opportunity to be displayed on the ESPC website and in the George Street showroom, as well as in their weekly property publication.
In commercial real estate we deal with a range of small businesses including properties such as offices, hotels and shops. We offer specialist advice on matters relating to property contracts/agreements, leases and transfers. Retail outlets are one of our specialist areas and we act for many successful small businesses and start-ups.
For more information please contact Chris Jurgenson or Iain Armstrong.