Buying a house or flat

If you are buying a property, having good legal representation will help to make your move go as smoothly as possible. The residential conveyancing team at Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, West Lancashire, has an excellent reputation for delivering first-class property law services.

Our experienced property lawyers in Ormskirk have strong links with estate agents, banks, building societies and other lawyers across West Lancashire and Merseyside. We work closely with everyone involved to set a clear timetable, eliminate delays and keep the process on track.

Whether you are a first-time buyer, moving up the property ladder, or downsizing, we will advise you on your options. As part of our comprehensive service, we will advise you on whether your property is freehold or leasehold, and whether there are any restrictions or potential problems.

If you are buying with another person, you will need to think about how you want to own the property; and enter an agreement for shared ownership. If you are moving in together as a couple, but not married, you may wish to think about a cohabitation agreement.

We aim to keep you fully informed at every stage, from the results of the initial enquiries, feedback on surveys and searches, and progress with exchange of contracts, to setting a date for completion.

From our convenient offices in Ormskirk, with no hidden costs and a same-day response promise, our friendly property lawyers will make your property transaction straightforward and hassle-free. We always speak in plain English, not legal jargon. We explain all the processes clearly, answer any questions you may have and keep you updated along the way.

For more information, contact Susan Ward on 01695 574111 or email email hidden; JavaScript is required to arrange an initial consultation with one of our conveyancing specialists in Ormskirk.  We also offer Skype meetings at a time that suits you.

  Mooney Everett Solicitors is open on Saturday mornings.  

We can also help you with:

  • investment and buy-to-let properties;
  • help to buy;
  • right to buy;
  • transfer of equity;
  • buying a shared ownership property;
  • buying at auction;
  • remortgaging; and
  • changing the ownership of a property.