Property and Real Estate

At HHD all transactions are undertaken by fully qualified experienced solicitors. 

We are members of the Law Society Home Charter Scheme

HHD Solicitors deal with:

  • Sales, Purchases and Re-Mortgages
  • Gifts or Transfers
  • Commercial Transactions
  • Liquor Licensing

Sales, Purchases and Re-Mortgages

Buying or selling a house can be a stressful experience.  We at HHD work closely with your estate agent, lender and mortgage advisor in order to provide a quick and smooth completion.

We provide up front legal expense quotations at competitive rates keeping you fully informed throughout the entire process.

Gifts and Transfers

We help guide you through the complicated laws in relation to whether a gift of property can be validly made. 

We will advise and assist in the transfer of all or part of your home to assist with tax and estate planning and protect against potential nursing home fees.

You may want to transfer a portion of your property to your partner at the point of re-mortgaging or when a relationship ends you may wish to remove your ex-partner's name from the title to the property.  At HHD we complete these transactions as quickly and efficiently as possible.

For further information and advice please contact one of our team:

028 90770770 

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