Buy to Let

Residential Conveyancing

Buy to Let Solicitors

Before you decide on buying properties, whether it is to let, rent or lease, there are many matters to consider. It is also essential to think about the additional costs when budgeting to ensure the investment matches your circumstances before deciding whether becoming a landlord is the right thing for you.


Buy to Let Property Solicitors Chelsea and Putney

Buying and selling a property can be a stressful and complicated process. While it is possible to handle your own conveyancing, it is advisable to use a legal representative’s professional knowledge and expertise to ensure that all the complicated and legal matters have been dealt with correctly and sufficiently.


Why do I need legal assistance to buy and sell a property?

Our experienced property solicitors at Leon Kaye act for both private individuals and companies. We can assist you whether you are buying, selling, or leasing a property. Our team of dedicated and meticulous residential conveyancing solicitors will enable your transaction to be carried out smoothly, avoiding unnecessary complications and delays.


What can Leon Kaye’s Residential Conveyancing Solicitor do for me?

Similarly, to buying a property you intend on living in, once the seller accepts your offer, you need a solicitor to support you and act on your behalf throughout the buy-to-let conveyancing procedure. Your conveyancer will ensure all the legal matters around your homeownership are taken care of.

Your conveyancer will make sure no restrictions are preventing you from letting your chosen property. They’ll also make sure you have the appropriate mortgage – as you’ll need a specialist buy to let home loan.

Leon Kaye Solicitors are dedicated to ensuring you have chosen the best buy to let property for your purposes, looking toward your future success as a landlord. A few of the points that we cover with you include, but are not limited to:

  • Rental income – A suitable range of how much you charge your tenants. Conducting the relevant research regarding buy to let mortgage deals and ensuring that the rent covers the mortgage and other outgoings.
  • Location – Consideration of the surrounding area and the distance from any amenities such as city centres, shops, schools, universities, and public transport links.
  • Freehold versus leasehold – Reviewing lease documents on your behalf prior to you committing to the property, identifying the limitations or restrictions that come with a leasehold property, i.e., renting or renovations. 
  • Resale value – How far the buy to let property is an investment, helping you plan towards when you will want to sell and the likelihood of making a profit.


Get in touch with our Buy to Let Lawyers

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss your requirements with our experienced residential conveyancing team. Call us on 020 7228 2020 (Chelsea Office) or email us at or fill out our contact form here.