Conveyancing Solicitors for New Malden

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Are you looking for conveyancing solicitors in New Malden? If you are looking to buy near Richmond Park or Wimbledon Common, sell by Surbiton, or re-mortgage a home by Tolworth, reallymoving can provide you with up to 4 quotes from professional, efficient property lawyers or conveyancing solicitors, regulated by the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority and the Council for Licensed Conveyancers. Simply click ‘Get Quotes’ and fill in our quick and easy form.

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Gorvins Solicitors

4.2 out of 5.0 based on 13 reviews

Gorvins Solicitors is one of the UK's leading providers of conveyancing, consisting of a professional team of conveyancing solicitors and support staff.Read more

Lambert Pugh

4.4 out of 5.0 based on 275 reviews

Our aim is to provide clients with a first class service at a very reasonable cost. We provide both a local and nationwide service, are CQS accredited and on the panels of all major lenders.Read more

RMNJ: A national conveyancing service from long established solicitors. No need to attend our offices; Free update text messages to your mobile; direct email and phone line to your solicitor.Read more

The Owen Kenny Partnership is a leading team of Chichester based lawyers that provide a wide range of personal and comprehensive legal services to clients on a local and national level.Read more

Local information

  • Average property price: £588,635
  • Average number of bedrooms: 2.40
  • reallymoving movers: 180
  • Average distance moved: 33 miles

New Malden, an affluent suburb in the boroughs of Kingston-upon-Thames and Raynes Park, lies within a hugely popular area of South West London, and reallymoving has helped over 158 people move into the area in the last 12 months alone.  With a never-ending demand for property in New Malden and the surrounding boroughs, whether buying, selling, or re-mortgaging it is important to hire an expert conveyancing solicitor to oversee the legal side of any transaction taking place.

Reallymoving can help you find the best conveyancing solicitor for you by providing you with up to 4 directly comparable quotes from local reputable conveyancing solicitors who will deal with all the complicated legal aspects of any property transactions you are making. 

Areas in South West London like Sutton are also undergoing increased development and receiving increased investment as businesses look to settle further out from an expensive city market. Joint with the ever-present demand for property in and around new Malden, it is crucial to employ a conveyancing solicitor when buying, selling, or re-mortgaging a property in New Malden to ensure that you are made aware of any changes or developments that might impact on the property.

Why not also take the time to explore what New Malden has to offer? Whether visiting Henry VIII’s Hampton Court or making the trip over to Wimbledon, there is plenty to do in the area.


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