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Conveyancing solicitors in Leeds

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Every year thousands of people move home within the Leeds area.

As an approachable, efficient and innovative practice, situated in North Leeds, we are ideally placed to assist in all of your conveyancing needs.

You may be contemplating buying your first home or simply moving along the property ladder. Your requirements could be as an investor on a "Buy to Let" basis or a gift to a loved one through a simple Transfer of Equity.

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Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS)

Winston Solicitors LLP is an approved Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) practice. CQS improves efficiency within conveyancing by applying common, consistent standards and service levels. Consumers can recognise practices that provide a quality, reliable and efficient residential conveyancing service. The Law Society regulates the scheme to ensure high standards in the home buying process and to prevent fraud in the residential property market.

We offer a high quality conveyancing service led by senior specialists who can ensure that your transaction is dealt with in an efficient and professional manner.

The transaction process will be explained in a user friendly way and regular updates will be provided at each key stage of the process.

Our solicitors, who have a wealth of experience, are able to deal with both simple and complex cases comprising freehold, leasehold, registered and unregistered property, helping to ensure that your transaction is dealt with in an efficient and professional manner with updates provided at each key stage of the process.

If you are thinking about purchasing a house see our Stamp Duty Land Tax Calculator to see how much tax you might need to pay.

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