YSTRAD MYNACH 01443 816622

​​CAERPHILLY 02920 864888

Moving home can be a stressful experience. We aim to get you moved as quickly as possible and with the minimum of fuss.

Our Conveyancing team are all local lawyers based in Caerphilly and Ystrad Mynach. They are highly experienced in Residential Conveyancing as well as acting for property investors and developers.

If you are re-mortgaging – we can deal with all the paperwork for you quickly and efficiently at a competitive cost.

If you are buying or selling a house - come to us first, before you make an offer to buy or (if selling) before you put your property on the market. It costs nothing and could save problems later.

We offer a completely FREE discussion. We can help you with price negotiations, finding finance and choosing the right estate agents – all to make sure you get on the right track, get the best deal and complete matters quickly.

We can also give you a Quotation for a Fixed Fee for the sale and purchase of property.

We are pleased to confirm that this firm is a panel firm for the Help to Buy:ISA Scheme and if you or any member of your family are intending to save money towards a future house purchase in this scheme and you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact either of our offices.

Useful information

Land Registry Property Alert Service - The Land Registry have set up a service whereby you can monitor properties that you believe may be at risk of fraud. By monitoring properties you will be notified by the Land Registry of any activity occurring on that property. This is particularly useful for those who own properties that are either empty or rented. If you would like more information on this service, please feel free to talk to one of our professional Conveyancing Solicitors.


A Government spokesperson said:
"Home buyers and renters should, as far as possible, delay moving to a new house while emergency measures are in place to fight coronavirus.

“If moving is unavoidable for contractual reasons and the parties are unable to reach an agreement to delay, people must follow advice on social distancing to minimise the spread of the virus."
“Anyone with symptoms, self-isolating or shielding from the virus, should follow medical advice and not move house for the time being.”

Additional information:
We will be publishing further guidance as soon as possible.
Where moves do need to go ahead, all those involved should take care to follow Government guidance on social distancing and hygiene. See Public Health England guidance: