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Buying/Selling your Home in Scotland | Conveyancing Lawyers

buying selling your home scotland conveyancing solictors glasgowWithout a doubt, buying or selling a home can be one of the most stressful experiences of your life, so ensuring you have the best help along the way will make things much easier. At Jones Whyte Law, our property lawyers based in Glasgow will use our years of experience to help guide you through the entire process, from placing a bid or managing offers to the completion of the transaction. We know the ins and outs of buying or selling property in Scotland and always aim to take the stress out of property transactions. Please contact us to discuss your options, free of charge, and find out what we can do.

Buying Property in Scotland

Buying a home in Scotland involves a number of stages. Once you’ve found a property you’d like to make an offer on, you need to instruct a solicitor to note interest. If you decide to make an offer, your solicitor will need to formally do this on your behalf. Once your offer is accepted, the transaction enters into a phase of agreeing the terms of the contract. This is when offers and counteroffers are made until an agreement is reached, which is also known as concluding missives. The next step involves legal checks on the title deeds (the documents of ownership). If these are all in order, then the payment of funds will be made and ownership will be transferred.

Selling Property in Scotland

Selling a home in Scotland can be just as stressful as buying, so having someone to turn to and take care of all the details will make it a much more manageable situation. Once you’ve made the decision to put your property on the market, a solicitor and surveyor will help you compile the Home Report you need to sell your home. Your solicitor or estate agent will then let you know when interest has been noted on your property and the offers that are made. Once you accept an offer, solicitors will communicate counteroffers until the missives are concluded (this is when the terms of the sale are agreed). Once the buyer’s solicitor has checked all the documents of ownership, your solicitor will then oversee the payment of funds and ownership will be transferred.

Jones Whyte Law – Conveyancing & Property Lawyers Glasgow Scotland

If you are considering buying or selling a home in Scotland, or have already started the process but would like some advice or guidance, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our dedicated team of property law experts. You can rely on our diligent and thorough approach to help your property transaction run as smoothly as possible.

“Many thanks for all of your help with our purchase and for making things run as smoothly as they did. We really appreciate it.”

Andrew Lee and John Struthers

“Thanks for the way you handled my recent house sale. I really appreciated your professionalism and calm head during a really stressful time.”

Paul Brown 

"I would have no hesitation in continually using and thereby recommending the legal services of Jones Whyte. I have used the conveyancing legal services many times and found it efficient, thorough and professional. Advice is always at hand and given without delay providing peace of mind that you are in safe competent hands."

Roy Hawes

We’re a team of young, dynamic, client-focused solicitors, who pride ourselves on providing innovative and effective solutions. Operating throughout Scotland, we offer an open door policy and legal services tailored to your needs and budget. For legal advice and assistance from solicitors who will always put your best interests first, please contact us via our online contact form or give us a call on 01413751222.

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