Menu
Whether you are planning to buy, sell or re-mortgage a residential property, transfer the ownership of your house, extend or refurbish your property or make investments in the residential property market, we understand how important your transactions are.

You, Residential Conveyancing
& Ince, in any case

Our residential conveyancing and building law services are part of our wider Private Wealth offering. For more information, visit our Private Wealth page.

Our property lawyers provide expert and practical legal advice on all aspects of residential conveyancing transactions. From super-prime London properties to development sales, we have the skills and experience to support you.

Our property lawyers and conveyancers will guide you through the whole administrative and commercial process, ensure you fully understand the results of your property’s relevant searches and move you swiftly through to completion and exchanging of contracts. From the sale or purchase of a property and planning consent, to handling landlord and tenant issues and relationships with designers and contractors, our team have the expertise to assist both regionally and internationally. Our services include:

  • Buying and selling freehold and leasehold houses and flats;
  • Mortgages and re-mortgages;
  • Auction sales and purchases;
  • Leasehold enfranchisement;
  • Property investment and ‘buy to let’;
  • Residential development and ‘new build’ properties;
  • Construction advice;
  • Retirement living complex schemes;
  • Tenancy agreements for both landlords and tenants;
  • Releases and transfers of equity;
  • International purchases of UK property;
  • Declarations of trust; and
  • Landlord management matters, licences to assign, underlet and alter.

Our team have long-standing relationships with leading estate agents, brokers and search agents. As well as private individuals, high net worth and high-profile clients, we act for developers, surveyors, local authorities and banks.

We pride ourselves on providing a high-calibre, personal and prompt service, and will be delighted to help you with your property needs.

Our residential conveyancing fees are estimated costs, which are highly dependent on the individual conveyancer’s level of experience and seniority, the value of the property and the complexity of the transaction involved. For more information, please contact us for specific guidance on the cost of your transaction:

Click the links below to see our residential conveyancing fee estimates:

Cardiff/Bristol 

London

Alen-Buckley (part of The Ince Group)

Case Studies

Complex sale of high-value property with deceased co-owner

Our client wanted to sell a high-value property they had previously co-owned as a joint tenant. However, the co-owner was deceased, and due to the sensitive nature of the death, they wanted to remove the deceased from the property title before selling. 

News & insights on Residential Conveyancing

News / Is a gift of property by an LPA attorney void or voidable?

03-02-2022 /

Many of us give gifts to others throughout our lives to express our love, communicate our appreciation and show that we care. However, the provisions of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA 2005) limit an attorney’s ability to make gifts, on behalf of a Donor, under a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). This article discusses the different types of gifts that attorneys can make, and the consequences of making gifts that go beyond the scope of their powers.

Is a gift of property by an LPA attorney void or voidable?

Get in touch

All fields marked * are mandatory

Share this page: