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Residential Property

If you are buying or selling a residential property, you need to contact us for a quote and a chat. You will not get better service or value for money anywhere else.

Not only does Gayle have vast experience acting for clients in residential property transactions and can deal with any legal issue that arises, she also understands that moving home can be stressful. She will make sure that the process goes as smoothly as possible for you. We will keep you fully up to date with developments and every step will be explained to you in a language you understand, as we go along. We will liaise with the estate agent, your bank or broker and surveyor to ensure that everyone is working together and in your interests.

We take pride in being there for our clients and will go that extra mile to ensure that the keys are exchanged without delay. We give more than is expected. Gayle will personally handle every step of your transaction so you can have complete reassurance that all aspects will be dealt with by a fully qualified solicitor with ample residential property experience.

Gayle has tutored conveyancing to trainee solicitors in the Law Society for many years.

We charge a flat cost for conveyancing where possible. Our rates INCLUDE professional fee, VAT  at 23% and Property Registration Authority fees, commissioners’ fees and legal searches (stamp duty excluded). *

We endeavour to charge the following “all in” fee for residential transactions, regardless of whether the property you are buying is newly built or second hand.

Sale €2,400
Purchase €3,000

Reductions available if you are buying and selling at the same time-discounted rates will be offered.

Fees for other property transactions shall be quoted for on request. High value transactions will require an increase in the costs quoted above.

*In the event that unforeseen difficulties arise in the transaction, for example, there is an issue with the title or planning leading to additional work on our part we reserve the right to charge on the basis of the extra time involved.

Justice cannot be for one side alone,
but must be for both