Property and Conveyancing

Our Property Department deals with all aspects of property transactions, both private and commercial. Our staff, headed up by partner Chris Mitchell, have in-depth knowledge and extensive experience in the buying, selling or leasing of property, making the process as seamless as possible.

Nichols Marcy Dawson was one of the very earliest firms to obtain Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation, awarded because of its adherence to prudent and efficient conveyancing procedures, integrity and adherence to good practice management standards.

Residential Conveyancing

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There are many reasons for moving home, but what everyone buying or selling a property rightly wants is for the process to be as smooth and as stress-free as possible.

We will inform you of the costs involved at the outset.

Our firm offers a dedicated, personal service so you will always deal with the same person here throughout your transaction who will ensure that all your property documentation is thoroughly checked and explained in plain English and all of your questions are answered.

We will liaise with your lender, estate agent and all relevant parties to ensure that there is clear and efficient communication throughout the conveyancing process.

We give legal help to you so that moving into your new home is achieved as quickly as possible and your interests are properly protected.

Commercial Property

We deal with all aspects of the leasing, purchase or sale of a commercial property. Our expertise includes dealing with:

  • Commercial leasehold and freehold acquisitions for shops, offices and other business premises
  • Lease renewals and extensions for landlords and tenants
  • Option agreements to purchase and sell property

 

Whether you’re buying a commercial property or selling a house, Nichols Marcy Dawson Solicitors will make sure the conveyancing details are taken care of. Please contact us on 01932 219500 if you want to have an informal discussion about your conveyancing requirements.