You will need to instruct a solicitor to act on your behalf if you have agreed to sell or purchase a property. The estate agent will need the solicitor's name as soon as possible after sale is agreed to avoid any unnecessary delay. There are lots of solicitor firms to choose from, but they are not all the same.
Try to find a solicitor firm that has a reputation for specialising in property conveyancing, and if possible get a recommendation from a friend or family member who has used a solicitor for a property transaction.
We deal with solicitor firms throughout Northern Ireland on a daily basis in the course of the property transactions we handle, and understand the difference it makes to have a specialist conveyancer involved in a sale or purchase.
We can instruct a solicitor on your behalf that we trust to handle your case efficiently and at a very competitive fee which has been discounted for us. You will be allocated a specialist conveyancer and provided their direct contact details. You will also be able to track your case online to get daily updates, and you can carry out the entire transaction via email and post if it is difficult to get time off to go to the solicitors' office.
Call us at (028) 90 925050 or email us at email@example.com if you would like us to instruct a conveyancing solicitor on your behalf.