AML Solicitors of Manchester





Residential Property Conveyancing

Conveyancing is the term used to describe the buying, selling and transferring of properties.

The buying and selling of your home can prove to be very stressful and complex. It requires dealing with solicitors, estate agents, banks and mortgage brokers whilst not truly understanding the entire process . With AML Solicitors, you can be assured that our thousands of completions successfully  executed by our extremely trusted and experienced staff, the conveyance of your property is in safe hands.

AML Solicitors ensure that only a trained and experienced specialist team of conveyancers look after your property transaction from beginning to end so that it is as hassle-free and as smooth as possible for you.

We are based in Manchester and work with partners across the North West and most parts of England. Our specialist service caters from first time buyers taking their first step on the property ladder to seasoned investors making substantial advances on the Manchester property market.

AML Solicitors Property Services

AML Solicitors can also help with settling property disputes, land disputes, owning a joint property and transferring equity. We have experience in dealing with houses, flats, re-mortgage, shariah mortgage, Shariah conveyancing, shared ownership, leasehold enfranchisement, auction properties, development plots and portfolio acquisition and disposals

AML Solicitors Fixed- Cost Conveyancing

AML Solicitors offer competitive fixed cost packages for all residential property conveyancing services. With no hidden extras or nasty surprises, you can be clear on what the legal fees will be right from the start of the conveyancing process.

Commercial Property Conveyancing

At AML Solicitors, our commercial team deals with all legal aspects of the acquisition, disposal, development, including the financing of transactions, planning, construction and any property matters. This has included, Healthcare, Industrial, Investments, Leisure, Residential development and Retail.

Our experienced 5 star reviewed Conveyancers are here to help and offer you support. Please call for a free initial consultation. Our fees are comparably cheaper than most of the big city law firms.

Why does a lender need to instruct a solicitor on my home purchase?

When you buy a property with a mortgage, your lender will need to ensure that the money they are lending is ‘safe’.

When you take out a mortgage, the loan is ‘secured’ on the property being purchased. A mortgage lender must therefore be satisfied that the property has a ‘good and marketable title’ to ensure that the property can be sold without legal issue.

Most solicitors aren’t on all lender panels.

There are around 100 mortgage lenders in the UK.

Each lender has a set of specific requirements that a solicitor must fulfil in order to be able to represent the lender.

Whether a solicitor’s firm is or is not on the panel of a particular lender is not usually a reflection of the competence of the firm.

Some lenders will only appoint firms with three or more partners. Some lenders will only work with firms that regularly handle a certain volume of residential conveyancing work for them.

AML Solicitors are currently on the panels of the following lenders:

  • Abbey National
  • Accord Mortgages
  • Aldermore Mortgages
  • Alliance & Leicester
  • Bank of Ireland
  • Bristol & West
  • Chelsea Building Society
  • Godiva
  • Halifax
  • Leeds Building Society
  • Lloyds TSB
  • Nationwide
  • Northern Rock
  • Norwich & Peterborough
  • Principality
  • Santander
  • Skipton Building Society
  • The Mortgage Works
  • The Woolwich
  • Together Finance
  • TSB
  • Virgin Money
  • Yorkshire Building Society

AML Solicitors act for both  commercial and residential clients relating to any property transactions.  For example:- buying, selling, transfers of equity, re-mortgages, buy to lets, option agreements, any land deals, development, SIPP transfers and much more.

AML Solicitors are not on the Kensington Home Loans or Foundation Home Loans Panels.

What if my preferred solicitor is not on my lender’s panel?

If it is discovered that your solicitor is not on your lender’s panel, the lender/broker will insist on using a different solicitor to conduct the legal work.  This will entail a new solicitor carrying out all initial paperwork again, which could waste valuable time.

AML Solicitor make applications to lenders and have received quick responses from lenders.  AML Solicitors can help you with your purchase whether your lender is stated in the above list or not.

If you require any assistance, please email us on or call through to reception, who are willing to take any messages.