Whether you are buying a house or selling a house, our conveyancing team understand the pressures that can come with moving home.
Our conveyancing teams in Leeds, Harrogate and Pontefract pride themselves on being quick and reliable and provide value for money.
We are often asked “What is conveyancing?”. While it is a complex process that demands specialist conveyancing expertise, put simply it is the legal transfer of a property from one owner to another.
Whether you’re a first-time buyer, releasing equity for retirement, or purchasing an investment property, our conveyancing team will advise you every step on the conveyancing journey.
Our conveyancing fees are designed to give you the best value-for-money – find out how by contacting us for a no-obligation conveyancing quote by sending us an email.
Our flexible and pro-active approach to conveyancing – particularly when working with property agents and fellow professionals – ensures everything is completed quickly and reliably, with no hidden conveyancing fees or costs.
Our conveyancing team acts for home buyers and home sellers across Leeds, Harrogate and Pontefract, the wider Yorkshire area as well as nationwide. They are fast and reliable in dealing with all aspects of residential property work, including:
All our conveyancing team are accredited by the Law Society for membership of its Conveyancing Quality Scheme.
This quality standard is also an endorsement of our team’s approach to keeping pace with best practice in conveyancing. It confirms our status as conveyancing experts that clients can trust when buying or selling a house. You can read more about our Conveyancing Quality Scheme award in this news story.
The Law Society has also published this handy guide about buying a home. It explains each step of the home-buying process in detail; demystifies many conveyancing terms and phrases, and offers top tips on purchasing your dream home.
Our conveyancing team are also regular contributors to the Yorkshire Post and its weekly residential property and homes supplement. We provide expert advice on buying a house and selling a house and the whole conveyancing process. Turn to the Yorkshire Post to read one of our latest conveyancing articles.
You can look at the latest news section below to read about all the latest Milners’ updates, including conveyancing.
Our experienced conveyancing department is one of several we have in place to guide you through life.
Others include employment law; debt and bankruptcy; family law, including separation and divorce; personal injury; and wills, trusts and inheritance tax planning.
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As the true impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues to be realised, so does the severe impact on BAME communities – further evidence that Black Lives Matter. Every year, the UK comes together on June 22 to honour the British Caribbean community and the contribution it makes to
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Milners Senior Partner, Giles Ward, sees his latest article on advising businesses how to take steps to survive the COVID-19 pandemic featured in the latest issue of Pest Contol News. You can read the article here: PCN 122 Milners Article
Ben Harrison – Head of Public Law at Milners featured in the Yorkshire Post with his thoughts on the potential for a public inquiry into the handling of Coronavirus here in the UK. Read the article here: https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/opinion/columnists/public-inquiry-governments-handling-coronavirus-crisis-inevitable-ben-harrison-2851044 Public
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