• Doncaster

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  • Clowne

    01246 810 050
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  • Rotherham

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  • Sheffield - Waterthorpe

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Property and Conveyancing Solicitors for the South Yorkshire Region

Moving house is an exciting prospect, but dealing with the legal aspects can be complicated and stressful. This is where our property team can help. Our years of experience and knowledge mean that we can assist with every legal element of your property transaction to help put your mind at ease.

We deal with all property matters, regarding conveyance or otherwise, with speed and efficiency, without making any compromises on quality. This means that you can guarantee great service when you work with us.

What can Foys do for you?

Whether you want our assistance to help buy or sell a property or you want us to prepare a lease agreement, we are here to help.

  • Buying and selling properties

Buying a property, especially if it’s your first one, is thrilling but not entirely stress-free. This is also true for those who wish to sell a property. Foys Solicitors can assist you with cutting through all the legal talk to ensure that you are aware of what’s going on and to outline any requirements you may have.

  • Renting and letting properties, including buy-to-let

Foys can give you the guidance you need if you are thinking about renting or letting a property. Sometimes you may be met with a lease agreement that is difficult to understand and requires some consultation before you decide to sign. If this is the case, Foys can work with you to make sure that you comprehend the agreement so that you can confidently sign as an informed tenant, not a confused one.

  • Preparing tenancy and lease agreements

If you already own a property and are interested in renting it out to tenants, we can help you draw up tenancy and lease agreements. These are particularly important because they outline what the rules and regulations are for tenants while they remain in your property, and ultimately work to keep your property safe.

  • Trust Deeds

We can also help with more complex situations, such as if you want to purchase a property with another person that is held in unequal shares, for example, if one person is paying a larger deposit than the other. In these circumstances, our property team can advise you on how to protect your interests with an appropriate Trust Deed. We are here to help you with your property transaction, but also to advise how to protect you and your property to suit your needs.

Other issues our property team deal with include:

  • Re-mortgaging
  • Buying a council house (Right to buy)
  • Declarations of trust

Foys: The property solicitors for you

We pride ourselves on offering a property service that is comprehensive and straightforward. You don’t have to worry about decoding legal jargon while working with us as we can break down the process in a way that’s easy to understand. Our ultimate focus is to ensure that you are happy with the way your property is being managed, whether you’re looking to buy a new property, sell one, or are wanting to prepare a lease agreement. We recognise that every situation is different, which is why we take the time to understand the service you need and give you beneficial advice to help you move forward.

We offer competitive fixed fees for all transactions and are happy to discuss your situation with you first during a free initial consultation. During this time, we can assess what specific services you need and give you an idea of prospective costs.

We also work with a selection of dedicated and experienced property solicitors, so you know that you’re getting the best advice and assistance possible.

Foys Solicitors work in partnership with:

For more information on how we can help you with your property, or to answer any property questions you may have, call your local Foys Solicitors office today.