Additional property services

Management and buying the freehold

We have extensive experience in advising and dealing with the management of developments and agreements relating to their long-term operation. Once the sales of leasehold units have completed then the sale of the superior title can be arranged - either as a result of an earlier contract or after serving Section 5 notices.

Infrastructure agreements

Section 38's, 104's, 278's, transfers or leases to utility providers etc can be dealt with according to requirements.

Part exchanges

Our expert conveyancers carry out searches, investigations of titles and preparation of detailed reports for part exchange properties quickly and cost-effectively.

Property can also be re-sold with equal speed and efficiency.

Recommend to buyers?

Purchasers on estates always receive a comprehensive and efficient service. Because this initiative has proved successful a near 100% record of meeting exchange deadlines for national builders whose customers are recommended has been achieved.

The usual thorough and professional advice to clients and their lenders is provided. Through our considerable experience of dealing with newly built properties, it is ensured that the paperwork supplied from developers is fit for purpose which enables a smooth transaction. Once familiar with a new development, advising buyers on the same estate becomes more efficient for all parties.

To find out more about our additional property services contact Stella Perry, Head of the Residential Conveyancing and Property service, on +44(0) 118 959 7711 or email [email protected].

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16/09/2019 - BY INVITE ONLY: Boyes Turner partner Derek Ching will lead discussions to cover topics such as how to make selling new homes easier, and help to buy procedures - things to watch out for.

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