Harold Benjamin’s extensive experience in the residential property sector enables us to understand our clients’ business and personal goals to provide proactive and bespoke advice to ensure their objectives are achieved expediently.
We handle an impressively wide range of work for a variety of commercial and private clients and our Residential Property team comprises qualified solicitors and Fellows of the Society of Legal Executives. With decades of experience of handling all types of residential property, we can foresee any potential problems and keep the entire process of dealing with your property smooth, straightforward and on schedule.
Whilst we are accredited by the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) in recognition of the high quality of our property services and we follow the CQS Charter which is designed to set client expectations on what they can expect from a CQS accredited firm, we provide a friendly, personal and efficient service to new and existing clients, with a strong emphasis on good communication.
Our aim is to eliminate the stress so often associated in the sale or purchase of a property and we offer a comprehensive range of residential property services for clients in London and throughout the South East, including:
- Selling residential property
- Shared Ownership schemes
- Transfer of Equity
- Deeds of Variation
- Leasehold property services
- Buying residential property
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