First-Time Buyer Solicitors
At ET Law Limited, we want to make sure that all first-time buyers get the best deal possible on their first home. That’s why we aim to simplify and streamline the house buying process for you, to ensure you know exactly what you’re getting for your money.
We specialise in residential property law and believe that all first-time buyers should be given the right tools to find their first home without any hitches.Contact our first-time buyer team today
What happens when you buy your first home?
We can help you navigate the complicated world of buying your first home. Our residential property solicitors will work with you to make sure you are fully aware of all legal aspects affecting your property purchase.
Our property-specific checks include:
Regulated local searches
- Planning permission and building regulations
- Planning designations and proposals
- Traffic schemes & more
Drainage and water searches
- Mains water
- Surface water sewer
- Foul water
Environmental search report
- Contaminated land
- Development constraints & more
Claiming a Help to Buy or Lifetime ISA bonus
Our first-time buyer solicitors can help you access any government bonuses in order to use them towards your first home.
Contact our first-time buyer solicitors
Whether you’re buying a house in Manchester, Warrington or anywhere else in the UK, our residential property team here at ET Law are more than happy to help.
Our specialist team will handle the legal aspects of buying your first home, helping you to get things sorted as quickly as possible.
To find out more about our conveyancing services, including our first-time buyer solicitor fees, use the contact form below to drop us a message and we’ll be in touch promptly. Or, if you prefer, you can call us directly on 0161 865 2673.
Useful first-time buyer guides & resources
In the meantime, here are a few posts our experts have put together to help you out.
- First-time buyer jargon buster
- How much do I offer on a house?
- How do I negotiate a house price?
- What does the interest rate rise mean for first-time buyers?
- Extra costs to budget for when looking to buy a house