Conveyancing

Frank Buttimer & Company offers clients professional, dedicated and highly experienced conveyancing legal services.
Our conveyancing solicitors offer both individuals and corporate entities peace of mind when buying, selling or otherwise transferring a property.
The experience of our solicitors encompasses both private property transfers and commercial property transfers. We oversee all aspects of the transfer ensuring that the legal and tax obligations of our clients are met.
In cases involving inter-generational property transfers, we can advise on tax-efficient property transfer solutions.

Are you selling, buying our otherwise transferring a property? Schedule a consultation with our conveyancing solicitors today. (021) 427 7330

FOR LEGAL ADVICE AND LEGAL SERVICES CONCERNING PROPERTY SALES, PROPERTY PURCHASING, PROPERTY DISPUTES AND VOLUNTARY TRANSFERS, SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION WITH FRANK BUTTIMER & COMPANY TODAY.

Our Conveyancing legal Services Include:

  • Mortgage of Property - The decision to mortgage a property is a serious financial undertaking. It is in a individual's or a business’s interest to ensure they get the best deal possible legal advice and representation. Our professional mortgage solicitors are available to assist clients nationwide
  • Purchase of Property - From first-time residential property buyers to companies expanding their property portfolio, Frank Buttimer & Company ensures that the property purchasing processes is as smooth, straightforward and as stress-free as possible.
  • Sale of Property - Our experienced and professional conveyancing solicitors ensure that our all our client’s legal and tax obligations are met when selling a property. We make the process as streamlined and as time-efficient as possible.
  • Property Disputes - Our team of conveyancing solicitors represent and protect the interests of clients who are involved in a property dispute with a third party. Disputes can take the form of ownership conflicts, boundary issues and construction disputes.
  • Voluntary Transfers - In cases of a voluntary transfer, Frank Buttimer & Company can draft the deed of transfer and advise on how to make the transfer as tax-efficient as possible.

To schedule a consultation with one of our conveyancing solicitors, get in contact with Frank Buttimer & Company today. (021) 427 7330

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