If your home is owned by the local council or by a housing association, you may have what is known as the ‘Right to Buy’ your home. Usually, if you have been a tenant in a property for more than a year, you will be entitled to purchase the property at a substantial discount.
If you are looking at exercising the Right to Buy, you should speak to your local council or housing association, who will be able to provide you with details of how to apply and the terms on which they would be prepared to sell the property to you. Once you are happy with the terms being proposed, you will require a solicitor or conveyancer, who will act for you and your mortgage lender to ensure that all matters are in order for your purchase to take place.
Your transaction will be handled by a dedicated lawyer who will ensure that you are provided with easy-to-understand information throughout the right-to-buy process, with regular updates by e-mail, letter and telephone. You can e-mail or call us at any time to check on the progress of your matter.
Ryan Property Law has developed a reputation for providing friendly and clear advice with a personal approach and this is one of the key reasons why so many clients come back to us or recommend us to their friends and family. As your transaction approaches its conclusion, we will invite you into our offices for a detailed meeting where we will discuss with you all of the legal aspects relating to your purchase, giving you complete peace of mind. For those clients who are not able to attend in person, we can provide a service by post or e-mail.
If you are interested in using Ryan Property Law to help you with your transaction, please click on the link for a free, no-obligation quotation, which will include all sums that you might be expected to pay during the transaction.
"Thank you for your support and professionalism in dealing with the matter. I felt that all aspects of the conveyancing were always under tight control throughout the process. "Steven & Jason, Farsley
The Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) provides a quality standard mark for lawyers in residential conveyancing is also recognised by many mortgage lenders. We were one of the first firms in West Yorkshire to be awarded the accreditation.