Transfer of Equity
Are you planning to transfer the equity in your property? If so, we can help you with a transfer of equity. Our team of conveyancing specialists can provide you with a quick and reliable legal service.
There may be lots of reasons why you may be looking to transfer the equity in your property such as:
You want to add another person or a number of people to the ownership of your property. This could be because you are a newlywed and you want to add your husband/wife to the title deeds, or you want to add your children.
You want to take on the full ownership of your property. This could be because you are getting divorced and you are required to transfer the equity in the property you both own to your spouse.
Whatever your reasons we can provide you with the advice you need. Click below for an instant quote or complete our contact form if you would like us to contact you to discuss further.
Use our handy stamp duty calculator.
STAMP DUTY CALCULATOR
This stamp duty calculator allows you to easily calculate the amount of stamp duty land tax due on a freehold residential property. It will display the calculation in a table with a rundown of the different percentages that make up the total amount. There is also the option to specify whether you are a first-time buyer, a buy-to-let or you have a second property which changes the amount of stamp duty due.
Please note, this calculator assumes it’s a freehold residential property, it does not calculate commercial transactions or leasehold properties.
The calculator is built upon the residential property rates provided here as of 11/12/2017.
It has been updated with the temporary change announced here for the period of 8 July 2020 until 31 March 2021. A new update will be made reverting these changes in March 2021.
This calculator is provided as a guide only and will enable you to budget please seek further advice from us.
This mortgage calculator allows you to enter the amount you want to borrow over a number of years and the interest rate.
It will then calculate the monthly repayment and how much you’ll pay in interest over the term.
Use our handy mortgage calculator.