What is property law?
Within our day-to-day business, we act for customers selling, buying or remortgaging residential property. However when discussing the term ‘property law’ it actually covers a wider scope of both residential and commercial property, the latter also further segments into private and public sector projects.
Some solicitors/conveyancers will cover both residential property law as well as commercial property law, providing legal services for individuals, groups, developers, companies, investors, public bodies or even governments, while others will focus purely on property law relating to the buying and selling of residential homes (also known as residential conveyancing) or commercial property.
Experts in our field
As property law experts, here at enact conveyancing, we’re here to make the process of home buying and/or selling that little bit easier. Whether that’s a freehold property, a new-build with or without a scheme such as Help to Buy, a right-to-buy or a leasehold dwelling we have a fantastic team of specialists that are experts in their field.
Our conveyancing quote is fixed meaning there are no hidden charges and the fee reflects the time spent managing your case.
Here with you every step of the way
From instruction through to completion, our team will provide straightforward, jargon-free advice. What’s more, we are licensed conveyancers, which means we are regulated specifically to conduct property-related transactions in Leeds as well as nationally.
With many years of experience dealing with all kinds of properties our team of specialists are here from 8.30am – 8pm. We appreciate that your time is precious, therefore, we’re happy to get in touch with you by phone, text message, post or video conference. You’ll also have access to our online case tracker allowing you to follow progress 24/7, to view messages from your property law expert, and download important documents when it suits you.
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Help and Advice
- New guidance for material information was released in November 2023, what will this mean for agents and consumers?New guidance from the National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team (NTSELAT) has been released on “material information” in property listings.Read more
- Property prices and interest rates – summer 2023 reviewWith mortgage and interest rates at some of their highest rates in 15 years and a notable contraction in mortgaged house purchases, it’s a troubling time for home buyers.Read more
- House price projections through the remainder of 2023 and beyond2023 has been a tough year for the property market so far, in the main due to increases in interest rates, and the knock on effect this has had on mortgage deals.Read more
Get in touch
We can be contacted 8:30am – 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am – 5pm Saturday to discuss any queries you may have about moving home.