Property

Property

Property

E. Rex Makin & Co offers a full service relating to all property matters whether you are buying, selling, renting residential property or entering into a commercial arrangement for business premises.

We deal with the following:

Buying a Property

Whether you are a First Time Buyer, are already on the property ladder, are an investor, at E. Rex Makin & Co. our property team can provide you with the expert advice you need. Our solicitors understand that buying a property can be one of the most stressful times in your life and we are on hand to guide you through the legal and practical steps to complete the process as smoothly as possible.

We have been recognised by The Law Society as specialist conveyancers in attaining their quality mark: Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). This means we work to the very best standards to get the very best for our clients in and around Liverpool, Cheshire, Wirral and Lancashire.

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Selling a Property

E. Rex Makin & Co have been helping people sell their properties for more than 60 years. Our team of specialist conveyancing solicitors are on hand to guide you through the legal and practical steps to complete the process as smoothly and as quickly as possible.

To discuss selling your property with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Gifting a Property

Our conveyancing solicitors work alongside our Private Client team to ensure there is true partnership working when it comes to gifting of property to children and family members, either by way of Will upon your death, or during your lifetime.

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Commercial Leases

Our conveyancing solicitors act for a range of clients on many issues relating to commercial leases including:

  • Advice on commercial leases
  • Buying and selling business property (and associated businesses if applicable)
  • Landlord and tenant arrangements including rent reviews and renewals
  • Compulsory purchases
  • Sales by agreement

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Buy to Let transactions

Purchasing a property by way of investment requires specialist advice in relation to certain statutory requirements which will be required of you as Landlord. Our CQS accredited solicitors are here to help.

Our advice is tailored to the complex legal issues which can arise from such transactions including :

  • Conditions imposed by lenders under a Buy-to Let mortgage
  • Planning conditions
  • Multiple occupancy

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Re-mortgage transactions

When re-mortgaging your property E. Rex Makin & Co’s expert solicitors can  take the stress out of the transaction and guide you through the legal and practical steps to complete the process as smoothly and quickly as possible.

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Equity release transactions

Almost two million homeowners aged over 50 plan to access the equity in their home to unlock capital and/or provide an income for their retirement.

You may want to release some of the equity in your home to assist family members with university fees, to get on the property ladder or to fulfil your ambitions and travel the world. Whatever you decide, our team can help you fully understand the implications these terms will have and the impact on your estate, through a no nonsense approach.

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Ownership agreements & disputes

Our specialist solicitors can help you to protect your assets with an Asset Protection Trust (APT) before you marry or cohabit, so you can avoid losing them if the relationship goes wrong in the future. Assets ring-fenced by the APT do not form part of the marital assets in a divorce settlement. This also applies to relationship failures of your beneficiaries.

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Matrimonial Transfers of Property

If you have recently divorced and require the transfer of your property into your sole name or to reflect an Order made by the Court our expert solicitors are able to assist.

With the recent changes to Legal Aid many individuals are undertaking the divorce process on their own without legal assistance and become unstuck at the stage where a legal transfer of property is required.

We understand that property transactions can be extremely stressful and we are on hand to guide you through the legal and practical steps to complete the process as smoothly and quickly as possible.

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Nuisance, adverse possession and boundary dispute claims

If you do not occupy and use the entire area of your land you could be open to a dispute, perhaps because you are encroaching on someone’s property or they are on yours.

Many disputes of this nature can be extremely personal and involving for the parties, and our solicitors strive to provide clear concise advice to allow you to approach it in a commercial manner.

Disputes of this type that involve the court rarely end to the satisfaction of the successful party because courts generally prefer the aggrieved neighbours to take a sensible view.

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.

Landlord and tenant disputes

The conclusion of a business tenancy can be more expensive and the procedures more complex than expected. At E. Rex Makin & Co we can advise and assist you choose the best method to either continue the tenancy or terminate it in the least expensive way.

To discuss your requirements with one of our experienced solicitors call 0151 709 4491 or click here to contact us by email.