Buying a property in England can prove challenging for many overseas buyers who are unfamiliar with UK property law and our taxation system for property ownership.

Whether you are looking to relocate and make England your home, or are buying property here as an investment, or to have a base close to family, perhaps whilst children are at school or university here, you need expert advice from solicitors who are experienced in these issues.

Stone King's real estate and taxation solicitors have extensive experience assisting overseas residents purchase residential property in London, Cambridge and Bath.

Our specialist team will provide you with a first-class personal and commercially-focused service, which goes beyond the pure property elements of a purchase.

We work closely with dedicated property buying agents and can introduce you to them, to help you search for and find the right house or apartment.

Our real estate solicitors work closely with our taxation solicitors and company and commercial solicitors to advise overseas individuals, companies and trusts upon the most tax-efficient structures for property ownership here.

The real estate team also works closely with our family team to protect any financial investment from parents to purchase a property in England for their children in the event that their children go on to marry or cohabit with partners.

We also assist international clients with and provide advice on both contentious and non-contentious matters in a wide range of areas

What our clients say

"We just wanted to email to say thank you so much for the level of service you provided us on our purchase and remortgage. We have been so impressed by the high level of client care and constant updates, particularly given how many years our purchase has spanned".

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