Buy to Let Solicitors

Leading Buy to Let Conveyancing Solicitors

The buy to let industry has grown significantly over the last few years, providing a steady income and sound investment for many landlords.

The process of buying an investment property, however, is not always as straightforward as it might sound. Whether you are a landlord adding to your portfolio of properties or a first-time buyer dipping your toes into the market, our legal team can guide you through the potential pitfalls.

There are a number of statutory requirements which must be fulfilled and at Browell Smith & Co Solicitors our conveyancing team can provide advice in all areas.

We will explain the whole process from start to finish, providing regular updates on all aspects of your buy to let transaction.

You can trust Browell Smith & Co to maximise your investment and provide friendly, cost-effective advice you can rely on.

Rodger Wilkinson

Solicitor - Conveyancing

Catriona Graham

Solicitor & Head of Residential Conveyancing

Buy to Let Conveyancing Process

The buy to let conveyancing process is very similar to residential conveyancing. Once you instruct a buy to let solicitor they will ensure all legal requirements are in place when buying a property to rent out. A buy to let solicitor will check that you have the right mortgage type (buy to let mortgage) and confirm that the property can be rented out, as in some cases they can’t! They will also make sure you have the correct permissions to rent the property, and of course, support you with any legal documentation related to your buy to let purchase.

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