“We have a long track record of making sure your house moves go smoothly with as little stress as possible.”

Angela Newman LLB
Solicitor

Angela Newman LLB

Tips for Reducing Stress when Moving Home

Moving house is one of the most stressful times of your life. For many, it is the conveyancing process in particular which causes their stress levels to rise. So is there anything you can do to reduce the hassle of your property transaction?

Here are our 5 Top Tips for Reducing Stress When Moving Home

To help reduce stress during the conveyancing process, remember to follow these tips:-

1.  Seek early legal advice

When buying or selling a property, it is a good idea to seek legal help as soon as possible. That way you will ensure any problems or pitfalls are quickly identified, helping you save time and money.

2.  Choose the right solicitor

When it comes to appointing a legal expert, it is important not to make a hasty decision. That is because the skill and expertise of your conveyancing team can help reduce tension. Choosing a good conveyancing solicitor is key to making your transaction proceed as easy as possible and helping to make your life less stressful. With the right legal assistance, you can be confident your transaction will:-

  • Be completed within your preferred deadline if at all possible;
  • Run smoothly;
  • Provide you with all the information to make the right decision
  • Proceed with minimal stress.

3.  Be organised

Instruct your solicitor as soon as you can. There is a lot of information to be gathered and forms that need to be completed before your transaction can proceed.  A good solicitor will help you put all these together reducing delays and stress.

4.  Be clear about the financial costs

Factor the cost of conveyancing into your overall budget. Make sure you instruct a solicitor who can satisfy you that there will be no hidden costs, or you could encounter unexpected expenses. While you may wish to keep costs to a minimum, it is important to remember that choosing the cheapest solicitor does not necessarily mean they are the best, and in general ‘you get what you pay for’.

5.  Communicate

Lastly, don’t forget to communicate with your solicitor. If there is a problem, it is vital you tell him/her as quickly as possible. If you have any queries, your legal team is there to help you, so do not hesitate to ask questions. The more information you have, the less stressful you will feel.

What Can Davis Gregory Do For You?

For most people their home is their most valuable asset. So when it comes to buying and selling a property, there is often a large amount at stake. It is a huge investment, not only financially, but also emotionally.

That is why our conveyancing team will do everything in their power to ensure your property transaction runs as smoothly as possible. We understand the trust you have placed in our hands, and promise to deliver a fast, efficient and friendly service.

Whether you are buying or selling, we offer:-

  • An expert service for residential and commercial properties
  • Competitive prices
  • No hidden costs
  • A solicitor who will deal personally with your transaction from start to finish
  • Clear advice