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Buy to Let Investment Property - Conveyancing Solicitors

When you purchase a buy to let property you are either buying it for potential growth in the property value or you are buying it to receive a rental income. For the fortunate and savvy investor you might get both these attributes.

When you purchase the property you use professionals to ensure that you are making the right choice. The Conveyancing process is similar to that carried out when buying your home but a buy to let investment requires additional knowledge by the Conveyancer.

It's all in the detail when buying a buy to let.

Deeds

The property may have restrictive Covenants that limit the use
You may want to enlarge or renovate the property, but again a restriction may apply

Existing Tenants

Are you buying the property with tenants already in?
What paperwork is required in this case?
Do you understand your obligations as a landlord?
Does the property include furniture?

Mortgage Requirements

Your solicitor or licensed conveyancer will discuss what you must do to ensure that my mortgage offer can proceed.

Are you a savvy Landlord / Investor?

Conveyancing is a requirement and as such use professionals that know what they are doing. After all you may want a Portfolio of properties and costs will certainly hit hard if you receive poor advice and legal representation.

Some basic advice. If you want the property to rent fast then consider:

  • Installing high speed internet access or Broadband
  • Starting as you mean to go on and plan your decoration to appeal to many
  • Don’t cut corners on your refurbishment as properties need minimal repairs if you do it well
  • Establish from a few letting companies what rents you can expect and how to match the standards required by the all important discerning tenant.

If you want to find a buy to let property Solicitor that can act for you then instead of choosing a Solicitor that is near to the property we would use a local solicitor that is close to where you live.

When using the search engine please use your Home Postcode instead of the purchase property postcode.