Need a Property Solicitor?

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If you’re buying or selling a property, changing mortgages, or investing, it's going to be absolutely vital that you have the services of an expert property solicitor in your corner.



If you’re buying or selling a property, changing mortgages, or investing, it's going to be absolutely vital that you have the services of an expert property solicitor in your corner. 

It doesn't matter if you’re located in Dublin, Limerick, Cork,  Galway, Donegal or elsewhere in Ireland, a key component involved in the transaction is hiring top class conveyancing services.  

A property solicitor can ensure that you have peace of mind knowing that your case is in the hands of professionals who will go the extra mile for you. 

 

In this blog post I’m going to touch on some of the key questions that need answered in respect of property solicitors in Ireland.

 

What is a property solicitor called?

A conveyancing solicitor is a fully qualified solicitor who will undertake the conveyancing process on your behalf. A property solicitor will come equipped with a vast skill set that will help ensure that a property transaction will run as smoothly as possible. 

 

What does a property solicitor do?

A property or a conveyancing solicitor will take care of all the aspects involved in purchasing or selling a property. The best property solicitors will keep you abreast of all aspects of the sale or purchase of a property and will endeavor to answer any questions you may have. 

 

How long do solicitors take when buying a house?

The time taken can vary. But for a general guideline, in a sale for a residential property, the process can take anywhere between six and thirteen weeks. The caveat to this estimate is that delays can occur in relation to title issues and also chains of sale with other parties selling and buying at the one time. 

 

How much are conveyancing fees in Ireland?

It depends. Many property solicitors charge a flat fee while others charge a percentage of the sale of the property. The fees some firms charge can come in around the ballpark of 1% or 2%. On average fixed fees come in at the region of €1,500 - to €3,000.

 

How much is stamp duty on a house in Ireland? 

 

When you’re purchasing a property, stamp duty rates will depend on how much a property is valued. In respect of residential properties, stamp duty is 1% on a property that is valued at €1m and 2% on the price of property above €2m. 

 

Property solicitors near me?

 

Cosgrove Gaynard solicitors is a specialist conveyancing law firm who has acted for clients in conveyancing transactions throughout Ireland. We have acted for clients in conveyancing in Dublin, Kildare, Meath, Cork, and throughout the rest of Ireland.

Once you book a consultation with us, we will devise a custom-made strategy to ensure that all your conveyancing needs are completed in as seamless a fashion as possible. Please contact us on (01) 234 0044 or email us at info@cgsolicitors.ie for more information. Solicitor Ireland.

Please check out our blog on conveyancing in Ireland and everything you need to know.


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