Residential Property

Residential conveyancing

Verisona Law's experienced residential conveyancing team in Portsmouth offer a friendly and personal service.

Buying or selling a property can have its obstacles, from kinks in the ‘chain’ to missing land records, but at least when you instruct Verisona Law to act in your conveyancing, you can be confident your property lawyers are on the case. This is partly down to systems but mostly down to attitude. We want to be part of the solution, moving things forward as smoothly, efficiently and quickly as the law and other parties will allow.

With Verisona Law you will be dealing with the same team every time, rather than dialling a call centre and waiting on hold while they call up your notes. By your moving date we will probably know your pet’s name and enough about your life to flag up other issues, such as the safest way for you to share ownership if you buy with someone else. There is no hard sell involved, but if we think we could make you more secure legally or save you money down the way we will say.

As well as conveyancing we and our colleagues at Verisona Law can advise you on a wide range of property matters, from becoming a landlord to extending your lease. 

Get in touch online or call us today on 023 9224 6729 for a no-obligation conversation about how we might be able to help.

  • Carla Burt

    Carla Burt

    Conveyancing Assistant - Residential Property

    T: 023 9224 6729

  • Tracey Longdon

    Tracey Longdon

    Head of Residential Property

    T: 023 9224 6729

  • Ryan Morris

    Ryan Morris

    Conveyancing Assistant - Residential Property

    T: 023 9224 6710

  • Conveyancing
  • Sale and purchases
  • Freehold and leasehold
  • Buy to let
  • Re-mortgages
  • Shared ownership
  • New builds
  • Help to buy
  • Transfer of Equity

"Could I thank you both for all the help and assistance you have provided since we first contacted you.  You have both been very patient and helpful throughout all stages of the buying process.  As you both know where we are going to be living, if you’d like to pop in for a coffee you’d be very welcome."


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