Buy to let
Buy to let property services
If you are investing in a buy-to-let property, you will need to follow additional legal requirements on the purchase. Our specialist conveyancing solicitors can advise you of your legal obligations and guide you through the buy-to-let process, helping you during the entire conveyancing transaction.
Buy to let solicitors across Blackpool, the Fylde coast and nationwide
Easthams has provided residential conveyancing services across the Fylde Coast and to clients nationwide for many years. Our proactive approach means your transaction will proceed as quickly as possible. We are also proud to hold the CQS Accreditation from the Law Society, the recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices.
Once you have decided to purchase a buy-to-let property, we recommend contacting us as soon as possible. We realise that buy to let conveyancing matters can seem complex, and you will be looking for advice on how to proceed. We are on hand to talk through your specific issue and explain how we can help. Our specialist property lawyers can advise you on all aspects of buy to let residential properties, including:
- Guidance on the sale or purchase of freehold and leasehold properties for the purpose of letting.
- Advice on the key restrictions and special conditions contained in buy to let mortgages.
Our focus is to deliver expert legal advice in a clear, easy to understand manner to ensure your transaction is as stress-free as possible.
We will normally work to a fixed fee for our Buy to Let conveyancing services, for single Buy to Let property sale or purchases that are being purchased with a vacant possession, and these will be at competitive rates. You will be made fully aware of all the costs involved and you can obtain full information on the fees we charge for a single Buy to Let property sale or purchase by getting a quote here. This assumes that there is no existing tenant in the property, and that it is a single unit. If that is not the case then there would be additional fixed fees. Details of the most common additional charges can be found here.
What is involved in the conveyancing process?
We have produced a leaflet to explain the key stages of a residential property sale and/or purchase. That can be accessed here. The key stages in a residential remortgage or transfer of equity are a little shorter and can be accessed here.
Our Conveyancing team
Our specialist conveyancing team are experts in property law. Easthams holds the CQS Accreditation from The Law Society which is a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Meet our approachable and effective team.