Most Trusted Residential Property Solicitors In London
"The team were extremely professional in putting my needs first. There was a joined-up approach to catering for the client, and all lawyers involved were briefed and constructive."
Chambers UK 2019
Our Residential Property Team has wide-ranging experience of residential conveyancing. We deal with a variety of transactions including freehold, leasehold, unregistered and newly built properties.
“I am delighted to be able to recommend Osbornes Law which recently handled the sale of my flat. The process was smooth thanks to the prompt and thorough management of the transaction from end to end. I would especially like to compliment Simon Nosworthy and Emma Healy for their professionalism and regular communication which provided peace of mind.”
Osbornes Residential Property Solicitors Approach to Residential Property Law
provide an efficient and thorough service endeavouring to meet our clients’ needs in respect of agreed timescales
ensure that our clients have all the information they require to proceed to completion.
We appreciate that moving house is an important step and as such we will always keep you fully informed and updated with all developments throughout the transaction. You can rest assured that all of our recommendations and advice to you are given with your best interests in the forefront of our mind.
Quick and responsive service from every solicitor
One point of contact throughout the process
A clear pricing plan
We can assist you with a full range of residential property work including:
Right to Buy
Transfer of Share of Property.
Shared Ownership Leases
Secure lending work
Purchases within new developments
Deeds of Variation
Why choose our Residential Property Solicitors?
Osbornes Law underwent a rigorous application and assessment by the Law Society of England and Wales to become part of Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) Accreditation, which recognises high quality in residential conveyancing.
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Following consultation, in 2018, and having received over 2600 responses to the consultation, on the 9th January 2020 the Law Commission published its recommendations for simplifying the process by which Tenants can acquire their freeholds or extend their leases. The aim of the reforms are to make it simpler and cheaper for Tenants to buy […]
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