We specialise in residential transactions, re-mortgages, equity release and commercial conveyancing, so contact us now if you need any advice or guidance on a conveyancing-related matter.
When buying or selling a property, there are many things you need to consider, not least of which are the legal requirements that accompany any transaction involving a residential property.
Buying or selling a property can be very daunting and extremely stressful. Let’s face it, it’s probably the largest and most significant financial transaction most of us are ever likely to make. So it’s comforting and reassuring to know that someone capable and efficient is on your side and acting in your very best interests.
For many years we have been acting on behalf of clients in the South Devon area, and as a result we have an extensive knowledge of the residential property market and have built up excellent relationships with local estate agents and related agencies.
There are many potential pitfalls waiting when buying or selling a property and it is our job to guide you safely through the process. We strive to keep you fully informed at all stages of the process to shoulder the burden of conveyancing and alleviate the stress.
It is now compulsory when selling most homes for the seller to provide an EPC to show to potential buyers containing advice on how to cut carbon emmissions and fuel bills.
The person responsible for marketing a property must have commissioned an EPC by the time that the property is on the market.
Almy & Thomas are able to commission an Energy Performance Certificate on your behalf.
To put your mind at rest further, when the process begins, we will provide you with an informative ‘Guide to buying and selling your home’. This will explain the whole basis of conveyancing and what you can expect from us during the legal process right through to completion.
The guide will take you step-by-step through buying or selling your home, as well as outlining your legal responsibilities. Whether you are a vendor or buyer, there are many things that need to be attended to before the whole process is complete.
In short, you can be assured of receiving a friendly and efficient service from our conveyancing department, which operates from our Abbey Road office in Torquay.