GA Solicitors’ specialist residential conveyancing team has decades of experience in all aspects of residential conveyancing and can ably assist with transfers of equity.
Transfers of equity are relatively common as they could be made in accordance with a divorce settlement, related to a trust, or equity given as a gift to a loved one or family member.
Approval for a transfer of equity is required from your lender if there is a mortgage registered over the property. Once the application has been approved, our team of residential conveyancers can draft the transfer deed.
It may be helpful to note that stamp duty land tax is sometimes payable on transfer of equity transactions.
Our award-winning residential conveyancing lawyers work on a fixed fee basis so you can be sure you are getting a fair deal and know all possible costs at the outset. As we are accredited members of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme, you can also be confident you’ll receive an excellent level of service.