Buying or selling property is often cited as one of the most stressful life experiences. Roe Solicitors are committed to making the whole process as smooth, simple, and stress-free as possible.
As a specialist transactional practice, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional advices in relation to the acquisition and disposal of properties in Ireland. From the opening stage of making an offer or putting a home up for sale and then all the way through to completion, Roe Solicitors will be by your side ensuring every legal aspect is taken care of.
We offer a full range of legal services and we can provide specific advice regarding:
- Buying a new or second hand house or apartment
- Buying an investment property
- First Time Buyers
- Selling your house or apartment
- Site purchases and disposals
- Co-ownership agreements
- Management Companies
- First Time Buyers
- Voluntary transfer of property
- Ex-pat purchases
- Adverse possession
- Rights of way
- Transfer of sites to family members
- New builds
- Residential Tenancies Act
- Social Housing Investment
We will liaise on your behalf with banks, building societies, architects and auctioneers. We will advise on stamp duty and Property Registration Authority registrations. We ensure that you are kept up to date so the process is as stress free as possible.
How does the conveyancing process work?
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another. This is a crucial element of buying or selling a house and any mistakes can have serious long-term implications. The day you buy is the day you sell.
The processes involved can be complicated and getting them right is important. It is important to use a trusted, experienced professional, with a history of handling conveyancing matters to deal with your property purchase or sale.
How long will the conveyancing process take?
There is no set time limit for a conveyancing process, as every sale or purchase is different. The more complex the process is, the longer it can take, but typically the residential conveyancing process takes between 8-12 weeks from a solicitor being instructed. If there is a motivated buyer and seller then these timelines can be reduced.
How much are residential conveyancing fees?
Selling a property is typically less costly than buying one. Our fees cover all of the work required to complete the purchase. We would be happy to provide a fixed fee quote without obligation in most cases. Please call, email or use the "Get A Quote" function on our website for a quote.
Who will handle the conveyancing process for me?
Our residential conveyancing team is headed up by Gordon Roe.
Gordon has extensive experience in dealing with property related matters, including buying and selling freehold and leasehold property, transfer of equity transactions, and re-mortgages.
Why choose roe solicitors ?
Here at Roe Solicitors, we make it our priority to keep all of our clients up to date in all aspects of their conveyancing matter with jargon-free terminology, allowing you to concentrate on the practical aspects of buying or selling a house. We will also assess survey reports, complete any necessary searches on the property, explain the terms and conditions of the mortgage offer and check the title.
A qualified solicitor will be handing your conveyancing matter from start to finish and it will not be left in the hands of a legal executive.
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Get in touch
If you’re ready to get started, you can get in touch with our team by filling out the "Contact Us" form, emailing or calling our office today. We provide a bespoke high-quality professional service.
We have a wealth of knowledge and experience in relation to residential property transactions in Ireland and we are personally invested in our client's success. We provide solution focused advices and seek to bring transactions to a close as soon as possible.
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