Our residential property solicitors in Wiltshire will ensure the legal advice they provide gives you the results you want. Middletons is a member of CQS – the Law Society quality mark, which means we meet the standards which have been set for a quality conveyancing service.
Property is a significant aspect in many peoples’ lives. Buying, selling or moving from a property to another can be confusing, but it’s crucial you know your rights.
Our residential property solicitors are experienced with the process of buying or selling a house, along with the many other residential property transactions.
Real estate is one of the most valuable assets to a person, and because it’s such a big investment, we ensure that our advice is tailored to suit your situation.
We’re an approachable team that is friendly and understanding. Upon deciding to work with Middletons, you will be assigned one of our specialist residential property solicitors. They will be available for you to speak with via email, telephone or in face to face meetings.
As part of our membership with the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), it’s our duty to meet the high standards set and provide a quality conveyancing service for all our clients.
Some of the terminology in residential property can be difficult to understand. Even though we’ve written the content on our website in an easily digestible manner, we still recommend you speak with us about your case.
If you’d like to find out more specific information regarding your personal case, then get in touch with any of our residential property solicitors in Wiltshire. You can find their contact information located on the right.
Buy to let properties are becoming extremely popular in the UK, but there are certain expectations and challenges within the process. Our solicitors are here to guide you through the process and are available for ongoing support.
Buying or selling a house, flat or land can be stressful, but our specialist residential property law solicitors are available to ease your anxiety about the process.
Boundary disputes are more common than you might think. Our solicitors can support you in commercial, residential and agricultural boundary disputes.
Deeds of easement and grant of right of way focusses on the cases where privately owned land needs to be legally used by the general public, a neighbour or specific individuals.
In terms of residential leases, there are a great deal of legal rights for a property owner, landlord and tenant. Our legal advice covers residential leases and tenancy agreements.
Our conveyance solicitors are extremely experienced with the legal procedures of new mortgages and the process of re-mortgaging.
For residential tenancy agreements, there are a great range of laws, which can be at the centre of disputes between a property owner and tenant. We’re available to advise our clients and support them in a range of cases.
Transfers of equity is a circumstance which focusses on the legal ownership or status of a property changing. The transfer of equity can be complex, and ensuring the process is completed correctly is key.
Equity release focusses on the access of a person over the age of 55 to their equity (money) tied up in their home or property. The money can be taken in a lump sum or in smaller amounts.
Middletons has a reputation for excellence with offices based in Warminster, Wiltshire, Andover and Stockbridge, Hampshire. With more than 50 years experience across all areas of corporate and individual law, our team of lawyers provides the highest standard of advice and service.
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