We work with trusted and highly recommended nationwide conveyancing lawyers and property solicitors. Our property lawyers offer a first rate conveyancing service to property buyers and sellers within Goodwick. Our conveyancing solicitors can work on a no sale no fee basis, so you won’t have to pay legal fees if your sale or purchase doesn’t complete.
There are a number of independent conveyancing solicitors handling property transactions in Goodwick. Our trusted solicitors and conveyancers offer an award winning, personal service to each and every client.
Why do clients choose us and recommend our Goodwick conveyancing service?
If you are purchasing a property in Goodwick (or anywhere in England and Wales), for more than £125,000, you will be subject to Stamp Duty Land Tax (or SDLT for short). This tax is calculated in brackets, like the UK income tax system. When you get a quote with us, we calculate the Stamp Duty (SDLT) you’ll have to pay for you.
Our recommended property lawyers have completed hundreds of remortgages in Goodwick. Our specialist team of remortgage conveyancing solicitors can act for 99% of all UK Mortgage Lenders. They work quickly and have one the lowest UK timelines for remortgage conveyancing.
Our online conveyancing service means there is no need to visit our offices – unless you want to. We offer an unbeatable personal service – all our conveyancers are available by phone 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday. You’ll also receive an online case tracking login, so you can stay updated with the progress of your transaction 24/7.
A sale transaction in Goodwick can take anywhere between 4 weeks – 3 months, dependent on a number of different factors. Our conveyancers work very quickly and have some of the fastest timelines in the country. Certain factors can slow transactions down, for example the speed of the other property lawyer or the mortgage lender. Our highly-experienced solicitors are focused on completing the legal process as quickly as possible. For more information, please see our “how long does conveyancing take” page.
Goodwick (English /ˈɡʊdᵻk/; Welsh: Wdig) is a coastal town in Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales, immediately west of its twin town of Fishguard. The coasts of Wales were subjected to Norse raids during the Viking Era and, in the latter 10th century, Norse trading posts and settlements became established. The place name probably derives from a combination of the old Norse forms: góðr (good) and vik (bay or cove) giving góðrvik. Compare formation with Reykjavík (Smoking Bay) where reykr = ‘smoke’. However the South East facing hillside of Goodwick is sheltered from prevailing and salty SW winds and therefore naturally well tree-covered compared with the exposed headland above and the wet land of the bay. Many older developments in Goodwick have the name ‘Goedwig’ meaning forest – Goedwig Terrace, Villas, Chapel etc. Thus an alternative explanation for the name may be that it was Goedwig and Goorvik may just have been a happy coincidence for the invaders. Goodwick was a small fishing village in the parish of Llanwnda, but in 1887 work commenced on a railway connection and harbour, and the village grew rapidly to service this. The main industry is now tourism although in the town’s industrial past brick making was once an important industry. Some fishing still takes place on a small scale but most activity is centered on Milford Haven. The local beach, Goowick Sands, is where the defeated French invasion force assembled prior to their unconditional surrender on 24 February 1797.
Pembrokeshire is a county in the south west of Wales. It borders Carmarthenshire to the east and Ceredigion to the north east. Pembrokeshire County Council’s headquarters are in the county town of Haverfordwest.
The county is home to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal national park of its kind in the United Kingdom and one of three national parks in Wales, the others being Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons. Over the years Pembrokeshire’s beaches have been received many International Blue Flag Awards, Green Coast Awards and Seaside Awards. In 2011 it had 39 beaches recommended by the Marine Conservation Society.
Industry is nowadays focused on agriculture and tourism, but historically mining and fishing were important activities. The county has a diverse geography and a complex history. Pembrokeshire’s population was 122,400 at the 2011 census, an increase of 7.2% from the 2001 figure of 114,131
Our conveyancers act for each area within Goodwick including: