Leeds Property & Conveyancing Solicitors
Keebles is one of Yorkshire’s largest law firms, with three offices across the region. In our Leeds City Centre office, Residential Conveyancing is one of the many areas of law in which we specialise.
If you are looking for conveyancing quotes in Leeds, pick a service you require a quote for:
From our Leeds city centre offices we provide specialist conveyancing services, carrying out property transactions both in Leeds and nationwide. Our expert property solicitors and residential conveyancing department has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in all property related matters, and we strive to give a friendly, efficient and affordable service.
Getting a free conveyancing quote for your property transaction could not be easier – simply choose one of the services above to get a free, no obligation quote, call us on 0113 399 3434 to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff, or alternatively fill in the “Get in Touch” form on this page to give us a brief description of your transaction, and we will contact you as soon as possible.
If you are looking for a full breakdown of our Leeds Conveyancing Costs, Prices and Fees, feel free to follow the link to learn more about what is included in our conveyancing quotes.
When do you need Conveyancing in Leeds?
Conveyancing Solicitors are there to help you when you are buying, selling or remortgaging a property. They handle the legal side of the move, and deal with your mortgage lender (where applicable) once you have a mortgage offer approved. Moving house can be one of the most stressful times of your life, but picking the right property lawyer can help make the move as painless as possible.
Here are some commonly asked questions about Leeds Conveyancing Solicitors:
When buying a property, when should you appoint a Leeds Conveyancer?
When buying a property, most people tend to appoint their conveyancer/solicitor when they have, or are just about to have, an offer accepted on a property. You will find that most estate agents will not take a property “off the market” until you have given details of your chosen property solicitors. It is therefore a good idea to line up which firm of solicitors you want to proceed with prior to having an offer accepted, so that you can instruct the solicitors straight away and give the details to the estate agents.
When selling a property, when should you appoint your Leeds Conveyancer?
When putting your property on the market, your estate agent will often ask you if you have a conveyancer in mind. This is the time that most people start comparing conveyancing quotes for their sale. However, it is normally when it looks like an acceptable offer is imminent that people choose to instruct their property solicitor. Here at Keebles we are happy for you to instruct us straight away when the property goes on the market, or wait until you believe you are about to accept an offer – the choice is yours.
What does the Leeds Conveyancing process involve?
When you appoint Keebles to act on your behalf, we will deal with the solicitors acting for the other party and liaise with your mortgage lender where appropriate. Moving house can be a complicated time, so we have created a Guide to Buying and Selling Property.
Are you experienced in dealing with First Time Buyers in Leeds?
We deal with hundreds of first time buyers and help them to take their first step on the property ladder. Our friendly, knowledgeable team will guide you through the process from start to finish, and answer any questions to help put your mind at ease. Have a look at our First Time Buyers Solicitors in Leeds page for further information.
Do you deal with Leeds Council Right to Buy purchases?
Our Leeds office is based in Leeds City Centre, and as such we deal with many Council tenants exercising their Right to Buy, and barely a week goes by when we are not completing a purchase of a clients Council property. Our expert team of Leeds Council Right to Buy Solicitors will guide you through the process, and you are more than welcome to visit our offices to discuss the process.
Have a look at some of our Keebles Leeds reviews and testimonials to see what some of our former clients have said.
More About Keebles in Leeds.
We are proud to say that we can trace our history in Leeds to the late 1930’s.
Keeble Hawson and R C Morehouse and Co merged in 1998, and a further merger between hlw and Keeble Hawson in 2011 led to what we are today – Keebles.
If you are looking for expert conveyancing solicitors in Leeds, or anywhere else in England and Wales, do not hesitate to contact us to get a free conveyancing quote.