Residential Property

Residential Property

Buying and selling property, an image of a stately home

We offer a bespoke conveyancing service across England and Wales tailored to meet your needs.

Our Newton Abbot based Property Team offer a bespoke conveyancing service, tailored to meet your needs, with clients across England and Wales.

Whether you are selling a manor house on Dartmoor, making an investment purchase or buying your first home, we have a team of skilled and respected property lawyers who will guide you safely through the pitfalls of moving. We are also able to assist with both commercial and agricultural property transactions, be that, for example, the Lease of a new office or the purchase of a pony paddock.

We pride ourselves on our level of service, combining a traditional personal approach with speed and efficiency using the latest technology, and are accredited under the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme. A significant amount of our work is received through recommendations from clients we have helped move in the past. We are often recommended by established local agents who trust us to do an efficient and proper job. We do not pay any referral fees for these recommendations.

Some of the property transactions we frequently help clients with are: house sales and purchases, buy-to-lets, mortgages, re-mortgages and transfers of equity.

If you want to learn more about the buying or selling process, please take a look at our guides to buying your home and selling your home.

What clients say

Unbelievably good service and value for money. Of all the companies I dealt with in our house move, commissioning Tozers was undoubtedly the best decision made.

Graham Kirk

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