Conveyancing Services in Wandsworth

Wandsworth is a south-west borough of Inner London including districts like Clapham, Putney, Streatham, Tooting, Graveney and Wandsworth. The borough borders the River Thames to the north with the River Wandle running through the middle.

You know where you are with Capital Conveyancing. Our conveyancing solicitors will make sure that you are aware of any planning or environmental issues in the area of Wandsworth you are looking at buying or selling. Through careful property searches and reports, our expert solicitors will ensure that the rivers and churches of this pretty borough will stay part of the scenery, rather than a detriment to your property. We look after sale conveyancing, purchase conveyancing, remortgaging and transfer of equity. Why not click here to get a quote in under a minute?

Wandsworth Conveyancing Solicitors

Are you buying or selling a property in Wandsworth?

The borough of Wandsworth has varied geography with lush green areas to the south of the River Thames, a bustling apartment district at the former wharf area on the riverfront, and several dense residential areas.

Wandsworth takes its name from the River Wandle running through the centre of the borough. This interesting snippet of history hopefully won’t affect your new property but your conveyancer will apply for relevant flood and drainage reports to be on the safe side.

If you are buying or selling property in Wandworth, you will need expert conveyancing solicitors, and at Capital Conveyancing we are regulated by the Council of Licensed Conveyancers. We also have in depth knowledge of the Wandsworth area and the particular conveyancing issues in this London borough.

Why choose Capital Conveyancing for your sale or purchase?

Wandsworth takes its name from the River Wandle running through the centre of the borough. This interesting snippet of history hopefully won’t affect your new property but your conveyancer will apply for relevant flood and drainage reports to be on the safe side.

Our expert solicitors at Capital Conveyancing understand the different areas of London in depth, and can personalise your conveyancing transaction in Wandsworth, whether you are buying, selling, remortgaging or arranging a property solicitor for your transfer of equity.

What are common conveyancing issues in the Wandsworth area?

Wandsworth conveyancers will need to perform several searches in order to properly inform you of any planning or environmental issues specific to the area before you commit to buying a property.

Because of the many green spaces in areas like the affluent Wandsworth Common and the position of the River Wandle running through the centre of the borough, your conveyancer will apply for flood reports as well as groundwater and drainage reports to ensure your new home is safe from water damage.

Due to the many old churches in the area such as the 12th century All Saints Church in Wandsworth, and the 19th century St Anne’s and Holy Trinity Churches, you may be liable to pay chancery repair fees. Your conveyancer will be able to find out how much you will have to pay, and cost will depend on the location of your property.

Areas of Wandsworth we cover:

  • Battersea
  • Putney
  • Roehampton
  • Southfields
  • Streatham Park
  • Tooting
  • Wandsworth
  • Wimbledon Common
  • and many more...

Give Capital Conveyancing a call today on 0207 4065880 for an instant quote on conveyancing for the Wandsworth area. Our team of expert solicitors and conveyancers are waiting to make your dream home a reality, without any hidden catches.

Useful links if you're buying a property in Wandsworth:

Wandsworth Conveyancing Solicitors
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Home buyers and sellers choose the Capital Conveyancing service because it's easy to get information when you need to, we keep in contact with our clients, and we are up front about our fixed fees.

Contact information

Call us on 0207 406 5580

Email us on contact@capitalconveyancing.com

Opening Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 9am - 8pm

Friday: 9am - 6pm

Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays: 10am - 4pm​