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Conveyancing Property Solicitors in Nuneaton and Warwick

At Bromfield Legal, we understand that property transactions and mortgage contracts can be difficult to work through on your own. With the help of a qualified property solicitor in Nuneaton and Warwick, you’ll save time and make a legally watertight transaction. We appreciate that it is more than just a property and our property law experts can help you through a range of legal processes to do with your home.

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When you’re buying, or selling a house, there are many steps you should take. Some of these steps are legally required and others are to cover your back. We’ll help make the conveyancing process smoother by providing expert legal advice and preparing all necessary documentation. These services can be used for existing properties, new homes or land.



Think you’ve found a mortgage with better rates or do you need a way to consolidate all your existing debts? Re-mortgaging can be a way to reduce your interest rates and payment instalments on your mortgage, or on other debts. As legal experts, we can help to ensure that it is dealt with properly.

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Transfers of equity

Are you the sole owner of a property or looking to add your partner or child to the title deed for your home? Or do you need a name removed from the deed? Bromfield Legal will take care of the transfer of equity for you, ensuring that every legal step is taken so that the transfer is secure.

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New builds

Are you buying a newly-built property, or planning to? Our property solicitor team can deal with all the legal issues and documentation, so you don’t have to worry. Leave all the forms and legislation to us. We’ll make sure that every requirement is met so your purchase goes smoothly.

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What our customers say about us

“Thank you for dealing with the conveyancing of my flat. You were very professional and re-assuring.”

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“Thank you for your time and your skills to get the outcome I wanted. If anyone I know needs you services I will recommend them to you.”

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“Thank you for your great service and for achieving a wonderful result for me. I would highly recommend Bromfield Legal to anyone.”

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“Thank you so much for all you have done for me during my divorce and settlement, and for your help and determination in getting me to the position I am today. I will always be extremely grateful.”

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“Thank you so much for your advice and support. Your staff have been tremendously efficient, helpful and friendly. Excellent service - I would definitely recommend this firm of Solicitors to my friends and family.”


Property Law


What is the average cost of conveyancing in the UK?

Conveyancing fees within the UK start at around £400 and increase depending on the price of the house.

What does a residential solicitor do?

A residential solicitor handles all of the legal aspects of buying and selling property. This includes examining documents to ensure you are getting a fair deal, and verifying that the contract you are signing is valid and legal.

What does a conveyancer do?

A conveyancer is a specialist in the legal aspects of purchasing or selling a property. The main difference between conveyancers and solicitors is that the latter can offer a much broader range of legal services, not only property conveyancing.

What does a conveyancer do when remortgaging?

During a remortgage, your conveyancer or solicitor will act on behalf of both you and your new lender. For you, the conveyancer will check that everything complies with the new specific terms imposed by your new lender. For your new mortgage lender, a conveyancer will ensure the property is good security for the mortgage loan.


Do you need a conveyancer for a remortgage?

When you are remortgaging to a new lender, a conveyancer or solicitor will be required to help with the legal paperwork for this process.

How long does conveyancing take after a remortgage offer?

From the receipt of a mortgage offer, conveyancing usually takes between 3-4 weeks.

Transfers of Equity

Do I need a solicitor for a transfer of equity?

Although you may be able to complete a transfer of equity yourself in straightforward situations. We highly recommend that you reach out to a solicitor if your case is more complex to ensure everything is in order. Read more about the transferring of equity in our blog here.

What is required for the transfer of equity?

To amend your property title or deed legally, you need an official copy of the title deed of the property. Discover how the whole process works here.

New Builds

Do you need a solicitor when buying a new build house?

Yes, you would need a solicitor or conveyancer when buying a new build property. Buying a new build property is often more complicated than buying an existing one due to a higher potential of issues, including incomplete roads and sewers.

How long do solicitors take when buying a new build?

The usual estimated time for conveyancing is between 12 to 16 weeks.

To discuss our property law services, call our team today on 024 7638 2343 or visit our offices

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