Whether you are buying or selling a property, residential transactions present significant financial exposure, but also a tremendous opportunity. Skilled legal advice ensures you can reduce risk whilst increasing the likelihood of a successful outcome.
Our residential property law services
Keystone’s residential property lawyers advise on property transactions of all sizes, from ultra-high-value real estate, agricultural and landed estates, through to houses and flats. In addition to acquisitions and disposals, our team also deal with easements and covenants, leasehold enfranchisement, mortgaging and re-mortgaging, and Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) matters.
The team has extensive experience in landlord and tenant matters, including helping to resolve any disputes that arise.
Keystone offers specialist bilingual advice on all aspects of Spanish property law and Spanish succession, probate and administration of estates. Our English-speaking Spanish lawyer (abogado) and UK solicitor provides professional Spanish legal advice and has extensive knowledge and experience of Spanish law.
Who do we advise?
Our team of residential property experts act for private clients, high-net-worth individuals, landlords, property developers and investors, and estate agents.
Why choose our residential property team?
Private clients and businesses benefit from our seasoned, sensible solutions whatever the nature, scale or complexity of the transaction. Industry awareness, pragmatism and foresight are among our skills, and our experience will ensure you meet your personal goals quickly, with minimum expense.
Each member of our team has been a specialist in this area of law for many years, and we have individuals listed in legal directory The Legal 500 as leading advisers on property transactions and disputes.
Keystone Law is accredited by the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme, this means we can typically act for your chosen lender as well as you. This will ensure a seamless, and where necessary, rapid transaction.
For further information or to discuss a residential property matter, please telephone 020 3319 3700 or click here to email us.
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