Conveyancing Solicitors in Bramhope

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Get moving with Levi Solicitors

If you are moving house or dealing with another type of property transaction, such as a remortgage or transfer, you need experts in conveyancing law on your side. At Levi Solicitors, our conveyancing solicitors in Bramhope can give you the advice and representation you need.

We know that you may want to move quickly, and we always do all we can to ensure that a transaction is ready to complete without delay. We will explain the conveyancing process to you in plain English and make sure that you have a clear quote for the conveyancing costs at the outset.

We deal with a full range of property transactions, including sales, purchases, transfers and remortgages. For information on our costs, see our residential conveyancing prices or get an instant conveyancing quote below.

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Conveyancing with Levi Solicitors​

Our property solicitors routinely handle complex and high value transactions, and our legal expertise means that we will be able to deal with any difficulties promptly and effectively. We are also known for the excellent level of service we provide. We will stay in touch with you throughout your time with us and keep you updated on the progress of your transaction.

We hold the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation in recognition of our competence in providing legal advice on conveyancing, risk management and client service.

Residential Conveyancing

What our clients say

ReviewSolicitors rank us highly for conveyancing in West Yorkshire. Read some of our reviews here.

“Thank you for supporting me with all the legal side of moving house. My case was handed really well and my move went smoothly and quickly. I didn’t have to worry everything was explained and taken care of.”

“Very professional clear advice a pleasure to deal with.”

Our residential conveyancing services in Bramhope

| Property purchases

We offer an excellent property purchase service, including in respect of more complex purchases and leasehold properties. Where necessary, we will tie in a related sale and also represent your mortgage lender.

The main stages you will need to go through in buying a property are as follows:

Securing a mortgage

If you need a mortgage, then you can ask a lender to provide you with a mortgage decision in principle before you start looking for somewhere to buy. This will give you the chance to select a lender and establish the amount they are likely to lend you. You can also start putting together the documentation they will need.

Once you have a mortgage decision in principle, you will be in a stronger position when making offers on properties.

Asking a solicitor to represent you

You can also instruct a solicitor early on in the transaction. If you ask us to represent you, we will let you have the preliminary forms for completion, verify your identity and open a file in readiness. As soon as you have an offer accepted, you can pass our details to the estate agent, who will forward them to the seller’s solicitor. They can then send us the initial contract package as soon as it is available. Having a solicitor in place and ready to go can cut down on the time taken to reach readiness for exchange of contracts.

Ordering a survey

It is always advisable to have a professional survey carried out when you purchase a property and not to rely on your lender’s valuation. A surveyor will be able to recommend a survey with the right level of detail for your requirements. For example, if you are buying an older or unusual property or you want to make substantial alterations, a full structural survey may be recommended.

If any issues are revealed in the survey, you may be able to agree on an allowance against the purchase price to take into account the cost of remedial works.

Having searches and enquiries carried out

As soon as we receive the contract package from your seller’s solicitor, we will start work. We will go through the legal title and any other documentation we are sent and return to the other side with a list of enquiries. We will also order the necessary searches such as a local search and drainage enquiries.

Signing the paperwork

Once we have all of the information we need, along with your mortgage offer, we will report to you, drawing your attention in particular to anything unusual. If you are happy to proceed, you can sign the contract and the mortgage deed so that we are ready to exchange contracts. You will also need to let us have cleared funds for the deposit which we will need to pay to the other side when the exchange takes place. This is usually for 10% of the purchase price, but it is possible to use the deposit on a related sale if you have one.

Exchanging contracts

We will discuss completion dates with you and check with the other side and the rest of the chain to see if a date can be agreed upon. Once everyone is ready to proceed, contracts can be exchanged, and the completion date can be set.

Arranging completion

We will order your mortgage advance and let you know how much we will need from you to complete the purchase. The final checks of the title will be made, then on the day of completion we will send the balance of purchase money to the seller’s solicitor. We will let you know once they have the funds, and they will advise the estate agent that the keys can be released to you.

| Property sales

If you are selling a property, you can ask us to represent you as soon as you decide to put the property on the market. This will give you plenty of time to fill in the property information forms and fixtures and fittings list and let us have the initial information we will need from you to start work.

We can then make sure that the contract package is ready to be sent to your buyer’s solicitor as soon as you agree on a sale.

We always stay in close touch with other parties to ensure that transactions keep moving forward effectively.

We will obtain a mortgage redemption statement and let you know how much will be payable to you on completion. Once everyone in the chain is ready to exchange, we will liaise with you as to dates and then deal with the exchange.

On the day of completion, we will redeem any existing mortgage and forward the balance of the sale proceeds to you.

| Transfers of equity

If a property is being transferred from joint names to your sole name or from your sole name into joint names, we can prepare the transfer document and advise you on the implications of the transaction.

It is particularly important to take steps to protect your interests if you are transferring your property into joint names with someone else and we can make sure that you have the representation you need.

We can also deal with related matters such as a remortgage and making a will.

| Property remortgage

If you are remortgaging your property, you will generally need a solicitor to represent you and your new lender. We will need to carry out similar work that is done on a purchase to satisfy the lender that the title is sound and the search results acceptable.

We know that it is often important to move to a new deal without delay and we will work proactively to complete as quickly as possible.

| Equity release

Equity release policies allow you to free capital from your home while still being able to live there. There are pros and cons to equity release, and we will make sure that you are aware of the implications before you go ahead, providing you with the independent legal advice that you are required to have.

For more information about our services, see our residential conveyancing solicitors page.

Contact our residential conveyancing solicitors in Bramhope

If you are looking for local conveyancing solicitors in the Bramhope or Leeds area, we will be delighted to help.

Get a quote online or call us today on 0800 988 7756 for a FREE initial discussion with our residential conveyancing solicitors in Bramhope. We deal with conveyancing in Leeds, the wider West Yorkshire area and beyond. Our telephone lines are open 8.30am – 9pm, seven days a week.


Residential Conveyancing Team

Alan Tai


0113 297 3170

Alan is a partner and he is the head of the firm’s residential property department. Read More.

Andrew Lancaster


0113 532 7193

Andrew is a partner. He joined the firm’s residential property team in 2018, based in our Leeds office. Read More.

Gillian Sandford


0113 297 3157

Gillian is a qualified Licensed Conveyancer and partner in our Leeds office. Read More.

Afsha Ayub


01924 666273

Afsha is a partner based in our Leeds office, specialising in residential conveyancing. Read More.

Waseem Afzal


0113 487 4183

Waseem is a solicitor in our residential property team, based at our Leeds City Centre office. Read More.

Georgia Hunt


0113 532 7187

Georgia is a solicitor and joined the firm’s residential property team in 2018, based in our Leeds office. Read More.

Navjit Degun


0113 297 3168

Navjit is a solicitor. He deals with both commercial and residential property transactions. Read More.

Chanelle Rushforth


0113 468 4096

Chanelle Rushforth is a Solicitor in our Conveyancing department. Chanelle is based in Leeds. Read More.

Sue Simpson

Senior Conveyancer

0113 468 4093

Sue is an experienced conveyancer, who deals with both residential and new build work. Read More.

Donna Spells

Conveyancing Executive

0113 468 4091

Donna is a conveyancer in our residential property team, based in our Leeds office. Read More.

Scott Dickinson

Conveyancing Executive

0113 297 8774

Scott is a Conveyancing Executive based in our Leeds office, specialising in residential conveyancing. Read More.

Laura Lavelle-Marshall

Licensed Conveyancer

0113 297 3182

Laura Lavelle-Marshall is a Licensed Conveyancer based in our Moortown office.  Read More.

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