Once your offer has been accepted on a property, contact us and we'll send you an engagement letter, including a request for two forms of identification (for each named buyer). We will also send a letter to the seller's solicitors confirming that we are acting on your behalf and requesting they provide a contract package including a draft contract.
We deal with post-completion formalities, like registering the property in your name at the Land Registry and submitting the Stamp Duty Land Tax Transaction Return, so you can focus on enjoying your new home.
We have collected a list of the most frequently asked questions. See if your query has been answered before.
We don’t just provide conveyancing services in the East Midlands, we work nationally too.
BHW Residential are specialists in New Build conveyancing, dedicated to you.
BHW Shortlisted for Conveyancing Awards
BHW Solicitors have been shortlisted for the 2018 Regional Conveyancing Firm of the Year award.
HM Land Registry is Going Digital
The Government has approved changes to the Land Registration Rules 2003 that will enable the HM Land Registry to continue its digital transformation.
Top Residential Property Solicitor Joins Leading Conveyancing Law Firm
BHW Solicitors has further boosted its conveyancing team with the appointment of a highly respected specialist residential property solicitor.
Compare the Conveyancer
As part of the Land Registry's customer care policy, the Registry has announced a new proposal to publish data which would reveal how well (and how badly) a conveyancer is performing in completing their Land Registry applications.
BHW Residential Now Offering No Move No Fee Guarantee
BHW Residential are pleased to announce the launch of a new No Move No Fee Guarantee. Unfortunately, there is a risk with every conveyancing transaction that it will not proceed, often through no fault of your own.
How to avoid 'Friday afternoon fraud'
We are all familiar with the threat of cybercrime. Unsurprisingly, the legal industry is a favourite target of fraudsters and criminals. Large sums of money are often transferred between clients, law firms, and banks or other lenders. Scammers prey on the trust between solicitors and their clients.