Notice periods for seeking possession of most residential tenancies in England increased to six months
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Our Residential Conveyancing Teams in Norwich and Attleborough are one of the most respected in the region. We will help, guide and support you through the conveyancing process so the transaction is as stress free as possible.
Buying or selling a home can be a daunting process, no matter what type of transaction’s involved. There’s a lot of legal work to be done that absolutely must be completed by a professional. Failing to carry out the proper steps in time could be a costly mistake and potentially even lead to the transaction or chain falling through.
Our aim is to make all transactions as smooth as possible by maintaining communication throughout the process. The team consists of experienced and highly knowledgeable staff who provide swift and professional service.
We take the time to explain all the steps involved in the process and to understand your personal circumstances – from the initial stages of obtaining the title deeds and preparing a draft contract on your sale, through to completing the transaction on the date when you move into your new home.
Conveyancing can be a complicated matter, so our aim is to help and advise you on both legal and practical matters associated with your transaction. We will liaise with estate agents, mortgage brokers and lenders to ensure the transaction is as smooth as possible.
We offer a service based on your requirements. We can deal remotely throughout England & Wales or we can arrange to see you at one of our offices.
So whatever transaction you wish to undertake, whether you are a first time buyer; want to remortgage your house; a repeat property investor; need advice on shared ownership or are moving to a new home, our residential conveyancing solicitors will be able to provide you with the advice and assistance you require.
When you are comparing quotes, always check what’s included in the price, so you can be sure you compare like with like. Our quotes are transparent and fully inclusive of all charges and disbursements, meaning you there will be no surprises when you complete.
We would be delighted to provide a fully detailed conveyancing quotation for your needs, wherever you are in the country.
The prospect of selling your home can be daunting – all the more so if you are looking for another property to buy at the same time. The decisions you make along the way could save you – or cost you – many thousands of pounds. Here at Rogers & Norton we have the skill and experience to guide you through the process.
Whether you are a Landlord looking to build up a portfolio of investment properties or you are buying a ‘buy to let’ property for the first time finding the best conveyancing solicitor can be crucial for a successful purchase. Rogers & Norton have the knowledge and understanding to deal with all aspects of your transactions.
Our specialist team of highly experienced commercial property solicitors can offer expert help and advice whether you are buying, selling or leasing a commercial property. We advise on a wide range of commercial property matters, acting for all types of clients. These include individual owner occupiers and tenants to large property development companies and commercial investors including;
Our Strong links and relationships with a wide variety of other property specialists, including surveyors, architects, developers and local planning authorities, enable us to offer greater support and advice to all our clients.
Our team of solicitors are also experienced in all aspects of Landlord and tenant issues – including letting, sub-letting, assignments, negotiation and the surrender of leases.
The team work very closely with the Company and Commercial department, particularly when dealing with the property aspects of business sales and acquisitions.
Equity release schemes are becoming increasingly more popular with Independent Financial Advisers able to advise on a variety of schemes.
When you have selected your Equity Release scheme it is important to instruct your own solicitor to advise you on the technicalities and intricacies of the scheme and ensure that you fully understand the implications this will have for you during the operation of the mortgage.
Rogers & Norton are fully conversant with all aspects of equity release schemes.
When you come into possession of land or property it maybe that you will need to formally register it under your name.
Working with Rogers & Norton will help protect you against any unforeseen complications and eliminate risk.
The purchase of your first home is an exciting but daunting experience. Rogers & Norton’s talented and experienced conveyancing team can help guide and support you through the entire process, to ensure you have a full understanding at all times.
Rogers & Norton can assist both leaseholders and landlords with exercising rights to extend leases or acquire freeholds together with assessing any entitlement to counter claim.
We can also help with any applications to the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal in connection with disputed claims or put leaseholders or landlords in touch with valuers.
A matrimonial and civil partnership transfer is an option for couples who either own a home or are renting together. It allows the transfer of tenancy, so that one party moves out of the property and the other either takes full ownership or full occupation as a tenant.
Our experienced and knowledgeable new build conveyancing team have a thorough understanding of the process involved in buying a new home. We work closely with developers and clients to meet the strict deadlines set by developers.
Rogers & Norton can handle all of the legal work required for the sale or transfer of property during the administration of an estate. Whether you are the executor of a will or a beneficiary, we can help with everything from obtaining a grant of representation to selling a house at auction or in the public market.
If you’re looking to remortgage either your home or buy to let property, our experienced conveyancing team can guide you through the process. Our remortgage team have helped thousands of people remortgage. Our aim is to make the conveyancing process as simple and stress-free as possible.
If you are a council house or housing association tenant, you may be able to buy your home for less than its market rate.
The process for buying under the right to buy scheme is the same as any other residential property purchase, it is important you use a solicitor with experience in the sector, particularly if your partner or spouse does not qualify for the right to buy but will be applying for the mortgage with you.
Shared ownership conveyancing, sales and purchases are more complex than buying or selling a traditional residential property, they can also have confusing terms and conditions.
You need to have a conveyancing solicitor to protect your interests, to clearly explain what you’re buying and to understand how to make sure your shared ownership purchase goes ahead smoothly.
A Transfer of Equity is the process when someone is either added or removed from the title deed(s). It is a reasonably straightforward transaction provided that all parties, including any Lender, agrees.
There are circumstances where Stamp Duty Land Tax may be payable to HM Revenue and Customs on which we will be able to offer professional advice to ensure that everything is as smooth and stress free as possible.
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I was very impressed with the professional service offered by Stephen Palmer and Rogers and Norton. Buying my first home was a daunting experience but the process was made a lot more straightforward by using Rogers and Norton. I was kept up to date at al times. Documents were clear and easy to read and my queries were always answered promptly whether by phone or email. There were no delays in the house buying process caused by Rogers and Norton and I would use them again and recommend to others. Thank you very much!
Mrs P. - Wolverhampton
Friendly and honest advice and felt very supported throughout every step of my house buying journey.
Miss L. Norfolk
Calm, clarity and competence – the qualities that make you feel your project is in good hands.
Mr W. / Norwich
Efficiency of the service & communicating with me in the way I wanted to be.
Mr T. Dereham
Vikki was very responsive to all communications
This is the second time we have used the company the first time Steven Clarke dealt with our house purchase which is why we came back to Rogers and Norton however, Vikki will be the reason we will use the company again!
Mr & Mrs H, Norwich
The stresses and strains of conveyancing are a daily occurrence for you and your team Steve. For people buying and selling their homes it is a rarer occurrence and even though we experience the ups and downs of the process it is all the more pleasurable when it comes together like where we are now. That’s down to dealing with you, your expertise, your experience and the R&N team you have around you.
Mr & Mrs A
Stephen was extremely professional throughout the process and kept us informed at every stage. Stephen made the house selling/buying process as stress-free as it could be.
Mr B. / Norfolk
Vikki was proactive and helpful throughout the process and at the same time, showed patience and compassion (the sale was as a result of bereavement). She kept me informed throughout and only contacted me when it was necessary.
I have already recommended Rogers & Norton to colleagues and friends. In my experience, they are the best solicitors in the area and their people are a true asset.
Ms W. Norwich
Towards the end it was extremely stressful yet Michele kept me informed and made every phone call she could to try and push things a long. Her knowledge with the areas of Forced Help to Buy I found impressive as well, as our buyers were using that and their solicitor was quite difficult!
Ms B. Suffolk
I have to say out of all the solicitors dealing with the purchases you have been by far the best.
Lauren Golder was excellent. Always prompt in reply to any questions and in dealing with the conveyancing process. It felt that Lauren was concerned to get the best and speediest outcome for us personally rather than just going through due legal process, that has not always been the case with other solicitors and other house moves. It made a big difference and we cannot thank her enough.
Mr T. / Norwich
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Bruce specialises in Commercial Property dealing with acquisitions, sales and leases and financing of commercial premises and Landlord and Tenant disputes. He is also recognised as one of the leading licensing lawyers in the region.
Stephen is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Legal Executives and specialises in all aspects of residential Conveyancing. He spent his formative years with a Norfolk based law firm where he headed up the residential property team for a number of years. He is also experienced in acquisition of residential development land and sales of new build properties.
Lauren has been working in residential conveyancing for six years since graduating from King’s College London. She handles sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold properties, including unregistered land. Lauren also has experience in dealing with right to buys, transfers of equity and remortgages.
Amanda is an experienced conveyancer working within our residential conveyancing department. She has experience in dealing with leasehold and freehold property development for both residential and commercial property clients.
Donatas works in our Residential Property department and has experience in dealing with residential freehold and leasehold transactions as well as help-to-buy purchases.
Ashleigh joined the Rogers and Norton team after relocating to Norfolk from Essex and deals with all elements of residential conveyancing with a focus on new build transactions and acting for first time buyers.
Ashleigh is currently studying towards qualifying as a Licenced Conveyancer.