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Buying & Selling Property

Our team of residential property experts bring a wide range of specialist knowledge to the conveyancing process. We help clients who are buying and selling freehold and leasehold property, unregistered properties and new build homes all over England and Wales.

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Conveyancing & Property Solicitors

Buying & Selling High Value Property

From city dwellings to country estates, we know that buying or selling a high value property requires attention to detail. We provide a bespoke service that ensures your property matter is dealt with professionally and you receive the right advice at the right time.

As a firm, our conveyancing solicitors are approved to act for all major mortgage lenders in England and Wales which means we can act for both you and your mortgage lender. This avoids the need for the lender to appoint its own solicitor, normally at the borrower’s expense.

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Contact-less conveyancing without compromising

There are points during a property transaction that will require you to meet with your conveyancer or property lawyer. We understand that this isn’t always practical or the preferred method of communication for our clients, so we offer a high end contact-less service without compromising on personal service.

Fixed fee conveyancing in Bristol and London

Conveyancing costs depend on the value and type of property involved and how complex the transaction may be.  We offer fixed fee conveyancing so that you can stay in control of costs. See our conveyancing costs information for details and find out how much your conveyancing could cost.

Contact our Conveyancing solicitors in Bristol or London

Let’s talk. You can call us on 0117 906 9400 or email hello@gl.law for further information from our conveyancing teams in Bristol and London. Alternatively, please complete our contact form

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