Residential Conveyancing

Moving house, purchasing or selling a property can be an exciting time in your life; however, it can also be quite stressful. Whether you are a seasoned property professional or a first-time buyer, a helping hand from our dedicated conveyancing team will minimise any difficulties which may arise.  Throughout the whole procedure we are at hand; easy to reach and easy to talk to!


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Why choose us?

We at Redkite appreciate that every clients needs are different.  Our Solicitors in Brecon strive to meet your individual requirements and pre-emp issues wherever possible.  We maintain meticulous attention to detail, apply our intensive knowledge of property law and provide you with clear, concise communications.

For over 100 years, our conveyancing solicitors have helped to sell and purchase properties across Wales and England; we have built an enviable reputation with our developers, estate agents, and clients for our ability to resolve problems pragmatically and creatively, meeting tight deadlines and overcoming obstacles.

Whether you are investing in rental property, selling your house, or purchasing your first home, you can rely on our team of experts to keep the process straightforward and smooth; from start to finish.

Our dedicated team will keep things simple and provide you with straightforward, clear advice through the medium of Welsh or English. We ensure that you know exactly what is going on with your transaction, throughout the whole process. We will update you on our every move: face-to-face, email, or telephone, whichever suits you.

When starting the conveyancing process – we are here for you. Our dedicated and highly experienced residential property team provide an exceptional service at reasonable rates. We efficiently and effectively tackle every stage of the conveyancing process as well as providing advice on:

  • Tax planning
  • Probate sales
  • Transfers on divorce
  • Equity release schemes
  • Re-mortgages
  • Gifts
  • Tenancies
  • Holiday homes (UK)
  • Investment property
  • Leasehold property
  • Freehold property

For specialist advice and assistance for your property conveyancing matters, get in touch with a member of our dedicated Brecon team today.

Call 01874 625 151  or complete our online enquiry form.


What our clients say

I was very pleased with the courtesy of the ladies who attended to my requests and particularly so at the time when I had my accident – they were extremely helpful.

Paul James' support has been invaluable in effectively progressing key contractual requirements. His knowledge and expertise in contract and procurement matters is exceptional. Would not hesitate to engage Paul's services again in future should the requirement and opportunity arise.” (dated March 2017).

The reason I used Redkite is that most solicitors don’t have the area of expertise that I required.

Redkite have provided assistance through several particularly difficult issues. Their advice has been professional, thorough and specifically tailoured to the needs of our business. The staff are approachable, knowledgeable and realistic in the advice they provide.

Redkite were recommended to me and I would do the same, fantastic service.

I have to say that everyone I have come into contact with from the receptionists to the solicitors have always been excellent. The advice I have been given formally and informally has always been clear and concise which is always a weight off your mind when you are dealing with the affairs of your loved ones.

RedKite Solicitors are with you every step of the way

RedKite Solicitors pride ourselves on delivering professional and timely advice with a reliable and friendly manner, making the entire transaction as worry-free as possible.

We are an accredited member of the Law Society for our professionalism in residential conveyancing, and so your case will be in the right hands. Our offices are located across Gloucester and Wales.

Guide to purchasing a house

If you’re thinking about purchasing a house, feel free to contact us for advice. We will need you to produce the following documents:

  • Proof of address and identity
  • A Memorandum of Sale, which is produced by your Estate Agent
  • Details of your funding and supporting documents like bank statements

From there, you can leave all the conveyancing work to our specialists. We will:

  • Organise the property searches
  • Check the contract package produced by the seller
  • Investigate the legal title
  • Prepare a legal report on your behalf and provide guidance
  • Check your mortgage offer
  • Ask essential legal questions of your seller
  • Review Leasehold information from the Landlord & Management company in case of a Leasehold
  • Prepare the Transfer Deed

We will ask you to sign documents and give us specific details throughout the pre-conveyancing procedure. You can move house after the completion has taken place.

Guide to selling a house

The three most important legal aspects, which must be considered when selling a house are:

  • The house selling process
  • Exchange contracts
  • Legal completion

Once you’ve agreed on a sale, we can help you throughout your property selling process. We will ask you to sign our Business Terms and Conditions and produce:

  • proof of address and identity
  • A memorandum for sale (usually provided by the estate agent)
  • A property information form

We will:

  • Organise land registry documents & draft a contract
  • Request a redemption from the mortgage provider
  • Answer any legal questions from the buyer
  • Request the LIP (Leasehold Information Pack) from the Management Company, in case of Leasehold property

We will also ask you to provide certain information and sign documents throughout the conveyancing process.

Jargon Buster

Throughout the conveyancing process, you may experience some unfamiliar phrases and words. We have put together a helpful list of selling and purchasing jargon to help you make sense of it all.

  • Completion date – The moving date; when the seller is paid, and the buyer gets the keys
  • Contracts – The agreement between the seller and the buyer to sell the home at an agreed price on an agreed date
  • Deposit – Amount paid by the potential buyer when contracts are exchanged
  • Environment research – A search that gives all the details of the past uses of the property; it is carried out by an environmental agency
  • Freehold – Owning the grounds and building your property rests upon
  • EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) – A guide provided to the buyer detailing some information about the house, such as performance, typical fuel bills, and energy use
  • Title deeds – The legal documentation that proves ownership of the land and property

Price of purchasing your property

Our fees normally cover the work needed to finish the sale of your property, including:

  • Dealing with the procurement
  • Coordinating standard pre-contract & reasonable extra enquiries
  • Negotiating and agreeing with the contract, as well as transfer documents
  • Review & basic reporting of title information

Price of selling your property

Our fees typically cover the legal work needed to complete the buying of your new property, including dealing with the SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) payments and the registration at Land Registry, if the property you desire to purchase is in Wales.

Price of re-mortgaging

At Red Kite, our fees usually cover all of the work needed to finish the re-mortgage of your property, including dealing with the redemption of any current mortgage and the registration at the Land Registry of the new mortgage.

Conveyancing FAQ

What is conveyancing?


Purchasing your first property can be a daunting experience without the aid of a property lawyer to guide you through the entire conveyancing process. However, what exactly does conveyancing mean?

Conveyancing is the procedure for transferring the ownership or legal title of property or land from one person to another. Respective solicitors will take care of the conveyancing process for both the buyer and seller. Stages of this procedure typically differ depending on whether you’re a seller or a buyer. Both sides must assess others’ details carefully to make sure it’s legal and comprehensive before a contract can be exchanged and drawn up.

During your first appointment with one of our friendly, qualified conveyancing team, we’ll lay out what work requires to be carried out, as well as let you know exactly what we need from you to move forward with the transaction.

How long will the conveyancing process take?


It’s impossible to be particular as no two transactions are the same. On average, we will take ten to fifteen weeks; however, it depends on whether there is a chain of a transaction and how swiftly finances are arranged.

The conveyancing procedure is more complicated than most assume and usually involves several third parties. Our solicitors are highly experienced in the area of law, and we know how to perfectly deal with problems before they become incredibly harmful to the transaction.


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