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Expert Residential Conveyancing Solicitors

Residential Property Solicitors

Whether you are buying a new home or selling your current one, our experienced residential property solicitors and conveyancers can help you. We can offer you advice on the sales and purchases of houses and flats, re-mortgages, auctions, residential landlord and tenant law, trust properties, probate sales, first registrations of title, transfer of equity, leasehold enfranchisement (freehold purchases and lease extensions) and also general property law. As experienced residential conveyancing solicitors, we are on hand to take some of the stress away from you and offer you straightforward advice and guidance.

Residential Property Conveyancing Services

Residential conveyancing

Do you require a survey of your property? Why not get in touch with our team of surveyors, who will be more than happy to assist you.

If you are thinking of renovating your property, our team of architects are able to assist with any planning considerations and interior design choices.

Estate management and plot creation

Here at Z group, we are on hand to assist residential property solicitors and developers with selling plots, as well as help with the site set up and onward plot conveyancing. Our team of residential property and conveyancing solicitors work closely with our team of architects, who are able to advise on feasibility and any planning considerations that need to be taken into account.

If you find yourself needing any help and advice on changing the class use of a property, then our team of architects can also assist.

Leasehold enfranchisement (freehold purchases and lease extensions)

Whether acting for the freeholder or the flat owner, our experienced team of residential property solicitors are able to assist with a full range of services. Leasehold enfranchisement can often be complicated and overwhelming, our experts are there to offer you the advice and guidance you need to make informed decisions throughout the process. We are able to offer advice on collective enfranchisement (the buying or selling of the freehold of a block of flats) and lease extensions whether by agreement or under statutory provisions (sections 13 or 42 of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993).

Our team of residential conveyancing solicitors are also able to act on matters relating to Section 5 notices under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987. This act states that before a freehold can be sold, the first refusal must first be given to the leaseholders. Our experienced team of conveyancers and housing solicitors can handle your lease extensions or enfranchisement from start to finish, so you don’t have to worry.

We are proud members of the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP).

Should you require a valuation for leasehold extension or enfranchisement purposes, our surveyors team will be able to help.