Conveyancing, the buying of a new home or the selling of your existing home, is probably the largest transaction that most people undertake in their lives. Here at Willett & Co Solicitors we can help you move house as swiftly and efficiently as possible to minimise what can be a stressful time.
Often transactions extend beyond our immediate control. Timing, negotiations and communication all play a vital part in achieving a successful outcome for you. Many factors are outside our (and your) control but we can guarantee that those factors which we can influence will be dealt with promptly. Our aim is to listen to your needs first of all and then to advise how they can best be realised.
At Willett & Co Solicitors we deal with local house sales and purchases in Bury St Edmunds, throughout Suffolk, the neighbouring counties in East Anglia of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex together with properties across England and Wales.
The quality of service is paramount and our charges reflect this whilst still aiming to be highly competitive.
Willett & Co Solicitors are accredited under the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). The Conveyancing Quality Scheme is a recognised professional quality standard for residential conveyancing services and practices.
By obtaining CQS accreditation Willett & Co Solicitors have demonstrated that it has the skill and expertise to provide quality residential conveyancing advice and reassurance to clients that we are able to provide all the information clients need to understand the process, options, costs and timescales from the outset.
CQS also enables us to provide access to mortgage lenders and demonstrate that we are able to provide residential conveyancing advice of the level expected by clients, banks, building societies and the wider residential conveyancing community.
CQS accreditation demonstrates this firm follows best practice and meets the required standards of technical expertise and client service as well as satisfying regulators, lenders, brokers, independent financial advisors and insurers.
Our firm has the added benefit of having a sophisticated conveyancing case management system to assist in the conveyancing process leaving our Solicitors free to deal with you, your estate agents and anyone else involved in the transaction.
Please take some time to browse our residential property Library section of our site, keeping you up to date with the latest legal news and visit our Useful Links section on our website for help with some of the following: