We are experienced conveyancing solicitors Sutton Coldfield, we have a wealth of experience to make the whole process run smoothly for you whether you’re a first-time buyer, seller, re-mortgaging, buying to let or need a transfer of equity after a divorce or separation.

We have been property solicitors in Sutton Coldfield for over 360 years and have an excellent relationship with many local estate agents to ensure that your property move is seamless and profitable. We know without the right guidance or legal understanding, the sale of properties can become very stressful, we aim is to minimise this for you, handling everything you need legally so you can focus on what’s important.

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The Eddowes Perry & Osbourne conveyancing team in Sutton Coldfield will advise and handle the whole process on your behalf, whilst keeping you informed of the process. Explaining things in plain English and having full transparency with our clients is important to us.

EPO Lawyers are members of the Law Society conveyancing quality scheme which requires practices to undergo a strict assessment, compulsory training, self-reporting, random audits and annual reviews to maintain CQS status. Get a free conveyancing quote here.

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Our Conveyancing Services In Sutton Coldfield

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We are a one-stop-shop for everything to do with the sale and purchase of commercial and residential property across Sutton Coldfield.

Property services we offer include:

  • BUY – TO – LET


Please do not hesitate to contact us for conveyancing advice in Sutton Coldfield, call us on 01216869444 and ask to speak to a member of our conveyancing department or email us on

Conveyancing FAQs

Conveyancing is the legal name used for selling and buying a property.

Solicitors, Licensed Conveyancers and Legal Executives specialise in the legal process of selling and buying a property.  A conveyancer will go through the legal process to transfer property ownership from one person to another.

The freeholder of a property owns it outright, including the land it's built on. If you buy a freehold, you're responsible for maintaining your property and land, so you'll need to budget for these costs. Most houses are freehold but some might be leasehold – usually through shared-ownership schemes.

You only own a leasehold property for a fixed period of time. You'll have a legal agreement with the landlord (sometimes known as the 'freeholder') called a 'lease'. This tells you how many years you'll own the property. Ownership of the property returns to the landlord when the lease comes to an end.

This will depend on if it’s leasehold or freehold property, along with many other variables i.e. mortgage offers and searches etc.

If you would like more information about your individual conveyancing process, then please don't hesitate to contact our offices today.

Searches' or 'property searches' are completed by your solicitor. They work with the local authority (and other organisations) as part of the home-buying process. They use these to find out any information about the property. As well as any local development plans that may affect the home you plan to purchase.

As soon as a sale or purchase has been agreed on a property you will need to instruct a conveyancer to initiate the process.  The Estate Agent will then prepare a Memorandum of Sale which will contain all the relevant details and contacts of all parties involved in the matter and will distribute amongst them.

If you have sold through an Estate Agent, they may recommend a solicitor to you however it’s always best to ring around for quotes and conduct your own research to find a firm that is suitable for your needs. 

It’s not always best to go with the cheapest quote, you may find it beneficial to look at Google reviews before deciding.

In recent years there has been an increase in ‘factory conveyancing’ firms which are volume based and lack the personal service that a smaller firm may provide.

The exchange of contracts is when both parties swap and sign the contracts. This is the point where you as the buyer will be asked to put down your deposit. This is a crucial stage of buying a home and is legally binding. If you pull out after exchanging, you will lose your deposit and legal proceeding could be issued.

Completion is when both parties hand over the keys to the property and you can move into the property.

For more information on purchasing and selling a property please contact one of our conveyancing experts on 0121 686 9444 or 01543 386 982.

Conveyancing is an essential legal process that ensures that property sales and purchases are carried out correctly. Conveyancing solicitors Sutton Coldfield are responsible for a range of essential legal tasks and act on behalf of clients to facilitate the sale and purchase of a property.

Conveyancing solicitors in Sutton Coldfield facilitate smooth property transactions. They provide expertise in property law and ensure that the interests of their clients are represented and protected throughout the transaction.

Conveyancing Sutton Coldfield: What does it Involve?

Conveyancing encompasses a range of legal procedures that are essential during a property purchase. This can include property searches, title transfers, contract drafting, and the completion of the transaction.

Conveyancing solicitors Sutton Coldfield will conduct thorough searches to uncover if any issues may impact the value or ownership rights of the property. They will also prepare legal documents, such as deeds and contracts, ensuring that all legal requirements are met and that the transaction is completed according to legislative requirements.

Sutton Coldfield homebuyers and sellers can expect a thorough legal service from their conveyancing solicitor. They will guide the buyer and seller through the legal process.

Why do Sutton Coldfield home buyers and sellers need a conveyancer?

While it is technically possible to do your own conveyancing this is rarely advisable if you don’t have a legal background. Conveyancing solicitors in Sutton Coldfield help local buyers and sellers mitigate the risks associated with property transactions. They have the expertise and experience to identify potential legal pitfalls and address them proactively, minimising the likelihood of complications or disputes.

Using a conveyancing solicitor gives anyone involved in a property transaction peace of mind knowing that their interests are safeguarded, and the sale/purchase will proceed smoothly.

Who might require conveyancing solicitors Sutton Coldfield?

A range of different individuals and organisations may require the services of conveyancing solicitors in Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham. These can include homebuyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, and property developers.

Whether it’s a residential property purchase, lease agreement, or land purchase, conveyancing solicitors play a critical role in the transaction. They ensure that any property transaction is completed efficiently while being legally sound.

Comprehensive conveyancing services in Sutton Coldfield

Eddowes, Perry, and Osbourne Conveyancing Solicitors in Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham have a wealth of experience and knowledge in the industry. We take care of the legal requirements and processes associated with a range of different property transactions.

We provide a transparent, open, and accessible service that ensures the transaction progresses smoothly and efficiently. With our attention to detail and commitment to excellent service, we are the first choice for anyone requiring conveyancing services in Sutton Coldfield.

Get a free conveyancing quote here.