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Residential Property

Legal matters relating to property can be stressful and fraught with unforeseen problems and delays. At Kitsons we aim to keep you involved with every step of the conveyancing process, at all times giving prompt, practical and professional guidance and help.


We have a large and experienced residential property department which delivers exceptional client service at competitive fees.

We believe that the following stands us apart from our competitors:

  • We give you a key contact and keep you updated at all times
  • We are plain-speaking and explain things clearly
  • We work hard to ensure that we keep to the timescale agreed with you
  • We are honest about costs
  • We have cutting edge case management which helps us to complete matters on time

Areas of specialism:

  • Buying a property
  • Selling a property
  • Auction properties
  • Flats and other leasehold properties
  • Help to Buy Scheme
  • Shared ownership / Joint purchases
  • Lease extensions
  • Conveyancing for repossessed property
  • Conveyancing for builders & developers / Plot sales
  • Mortgages and equity release
  • Buy-to-lets
  • Right-to-buy
  • Planning
  • Compulsory purchase


Buying a property?

We hope our information graphic on the basic process of buying a property will help answer some initial questions you may have, click on the below icon to read more.

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Selling your property?

We understand that selling your home can be a stressful experience and, whilst each property transaction is different, we hope our information graphic of the basic process will help answer some initial questions, click on the below icon to read more.

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Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) Changes: How will it affect you?

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We are members of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme.  This status is awarded to firms for their adherence to prudent and efficient Conveyancing procedures through the schemes protocol.


Is your Will up to date?

Making or updating a Will can be easy to put off or overlook but it is crucial to have a properly drawn Will which deals effectively with your estate after your death and accurately reflects your wishes. Click here to find out more.